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Gross Motor vs. Fine Motor

Fine Motor skills are definitely not used much in personal protection or self-defense, but they aren’t used much in martial arts either. Fine Motor skills involve the picking up of very fine and small objects, or writing, and drawing. Basically they are focused on finger to hand and eye coordination. And that’s about it….

Anti-Trafficking

Anti-Trafficking

“Learning self defense was very fun and super helpful [especially] for girls since most of us don’t know how to defend ourselves and it was a great experience in which I will like to participate again.” Said Abigail Deng

Explosive Hands

Explosive Hands

Sometimes it will even manifest itself in ways that are not directly relevant to power development such as a grimace or change in facial expression. We’ve even heard some MMA fighters who begin to make their “Kiai” before they actually make contact.

Jurus Part 2

Jurus Part 2

Continuing where we left off, basically with a no bullshit discussion of Jurus-jurus (meaning plural—Indonesian language does not pluralize with the addition of an "S" but by double usage). Part 2 So you’ve got these forms in your training and maybe there are 4 or 5 or 10 or 12? More? It doesn’t really matter...
It’s a spectrum

It’s a spectrum

It’s a spectrum of Movement and responses over time. Analytically combat is about dissecting time. And hopefully having the necessary tools to take advantage of opportunity across the spectrum. Personal Combat is about very quick slices of time where large format combat can take years. The way that Silat Dirty Boxing (PSP) is designed is…

Jurus Survey

Jurus Survey

This is a quick survey on the study of jurus-jurus within pencak silat systems. I’d love to hear your thoughts on them. [os-widget path=”/silatjunkie/jurus-forms-training” of=”silatjunkie”]