Can you adapt to the violence of a real encounter? Are you prepared for failure? If you said yes, can you show what in your training prepares you for this? Are actually training it?
Understanding your range and the necessity to control the range is far more important than a bunch of terminology. Does your system actually train range or does it assume range?
Aaron Chappell the host of Stepping from Stone to Stone and founding member of Vulture Tactical and Bruise Labs, speaks about his journey in Pencak Silat Pertempuran.
…And why you need to learn it. So many martial arts with, so many different answers exist today. Why? Because they don’t have the key.
In this vlog I tackle one of THE most important principles of Pencak Silat Pertempuran—The Timing Ratio. It is a principle of our system structure, for weighing the material of Pencak Silat Pertempuran, and a strategy for it’s effective use.
Lately, I’ve been inundated with video after video of martial arts experts, combative experts, and street fighting experts pedaling their systems of self-protection, self-defense, and reality based fighting…. Many of these videos have some good material in them. Truly. Some valid ideas and points of clarity. That’s fantastic! I’d say …
SEPTEMBER 24th and 25th, 2016 (Details below) (REGISTRATION IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST) If you’re not familiar with Combat Silat, you will be exposed to street ready silat that is systematic AND organic! I’ll be focusing on giving you the tools to see it coming, being pro-active rather than …
6. Years of training in Pencak Silat Pertempuran have taught me that I still have years of training ahead of me in Pencak Silat Pertempuran. So do you.
5. Practice the same material over and over and over. When you’re done, practice it again and again. This is the way to great depth of understanding.
3. Train hard. Train consistently. Be forever a student so that you will not know when you have gained great skill. May it even surprise you! Besides, it would be a shame to rise up in ability and then stop training because you have assumed success. True success is the …