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Forum > World of Sports > Pencak Silat in Batusangkar- West Sumatera- Indonesia >
RE:Pencak Silat in Batusangkar- West Sumatera- Indonesia
Pencak Silat in Batusangkar- West Sumatera- IndonesiaMon 03 Apr 17 22:21
airjack
Ramstein-Miesenbach
Germany
 
very interesting... thank you very much!!
Forum > World of Sports > Around the world on a bicycle - cool people from 50 countries needed!
Around the world on a bicycle - cool people from 50 countries needed!Sun 05 Mar 17 17:03
kosmopolack
Warszawa
Poland
 
Hi, I'm Maciej and I am from Poland. On the 1st of May I am going on a journey
of my life - 5 continents, 50 countries, 50000 kilometers around the world on a
bicycle and I am riding alone. I am looking for cool people around the globe who
are on the route and can help me a little during this journey, who would like to
show me their cities or let me stay for the night at their places.

Everything is a 100% safe from my side - I have such partners for this trip as
Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs or G-Shock - this is my own but very serious
project. If you think that you may and would like to help me with it - it would
be awesome.

The route of my journey is enlisted here http://kosmopolack.life/preview/ (incl.
map, dates and all social media links). It's a preview version (due to some
ongoing partners agreements) but the plan is acurate. I cannot say when exactly
I am in your city due to the fact that I am riding a bicycle, but you have date
ranges in every coutry, so please drop a line to m@kosmopolack.life (as a title
of the message please write COUNTRY/CITY) if you can host me for 1-2 nights.
I'll be in touch when I get there.

Greeting from Poland!
Maciej
Forum > World of Sports > Pencak Silat in Batusangkar- West Sumatera- Indonesia
Pencak Silat in Batusangkar- West Sumatera- IndonesiaTue 13 Dec 16 15:32
marjohanusman
padang, west sumatra
Indonesia
 
Pencak silat (Indonesian pronunciation: [ˈpɛntʃaʔ ˈsilat]; pronounced
penchak silat and sometimes spelled pentjak silat in Western writings) is an
umbrella term for a class of related martial arts originating in Indonesia.[1]
It is a full-body fighting form incorporating strikes, grappling and throwing in
addition to weaponry. Every part of the body is used and subject to attack.
Pencak silat was practiced not only for physical defense but also for
psychological ends.[2]

The leading organization of pencak silat in Indonesia is IPSI (Ikatan Pencak
Silat Indonesia, meaning Pencak Silat Association of Indonesia). The liaison
body for international pencak silat is the International Pencak Silat Federation
or PERSILAT (Persekutuan Pencak Silat Antara Bangsa).

The Minangkabau formed the dominant sovereignty in West Sumatra and make up the
majority of Sumatran pencak silat systems. These styles may be referred to as
silat Minangkabau, silat padang (lit. field silat), or silek, the local
pronunciation of silat. Very few systems in Indonesia have not been influenced
by silek, and its techniques form the core of pencak silat throughout Sumatra.
It developed as an extension of the original silat Melayu from Riau. Folklore
traces this to five masters, namely Ninik Datuak Suri Dirajo from Padang
Panjang, Kambiang Utan ("forest goat") from Cambodia, Harimau Campo ("tiger of
Champa") from Vietnam, Kuciang Siam ("Siamese cat") from Thailand and Anjiang
Mualim ("teacher dog") from Gujarat.[13][14] Stealth and ambush were the
preferred Minang war tactics, and they were said to be among the best assassins
in the world when dispatched singly. Silek Minangkabau is characterised by its
low stances and reliance on kicks and leg tactics. The local practice of
paddling rafts with the legs strengthened fighters' lower body muscles. The low
stance is said to have developed to offset the chance of falling on slippery or
wet ground, common in the rice fields of West Sumatra. Hand and arm movements
are fast, honed through an exercise in which the exponent stands across from a
partner tossing sharpened sticks or knives. The exponent must redirect the
sticks or knives and send them back at the thrower, using their hands and a
minimum of movements with the rest of the body.

There are currently around ten major styles of silek, a few of which like Silek
Lintau are commonly practiced even in Malaysia. IPSI recognises Silek Harimau
(tiger silek) and Silek Buaya (crocodile silek) as among the oldest pencak silat
in existence. Silek Harimau, also known as Silek Kuciang or cat silek,
epitomizes the Minang techniques in that it focuses on crouching and kicking
from a low position paired with rapid hand attacks. Silek Tuo is considered by
some to be the oldest Minang system, while others claim it traces to the freedom
fighter Tuanku Nan Tuo. Prominent Minang weapons include the pedang (sword),
tombak (spear), kris (dagger), klewang (longsword), sabit (sickle), payung
(umbrella), kerambit (claw), and various types of knives.

 (note: if you are the backpaper and need my help to take you to the sport ask
me in my email- marjohanusman@yahoo com or send me SMS to 085264340180 
Forum > World of Sports > Yoga for Home
Yoga for HomeThu 06 Oct 16 2:22
amitreiki
Mc Leod Ganj
India
 
Hey guys i have been wanting to share my yoga experience with you, wasn't sure
how to reach many people. And now i found the YouTube, so i make videos for
people to practice at their home, of course for free :) 
I also ask people to let me know if any pose or particular problem they want to
solve then i will make a video on that particular subject and publish :)
Here you can check: https://www.youtube.com/c/AmitNamdev

Or Type in YouTube: Amit Yoga or Amit Namdev Yoga.

Enjoy Yoga at home and stay healhty.
Namaste~
Forum > World of Sports > saturday jan 23 - go snowboarding Erbeskopf (Germany - near Trier)
saturday jan 23 - go snowboarding Erbeskopf (Germany - near Trier)Wed 20 Jan 16 20:36
airjack
Ramstein-Miesenbach
Germany
 
Hallo,
winterseason is opened now on our Little winterresort of Erbeskopf - about 50
min from Saarbruecken and about 30 min from Trier.

I like to go snowboarding there, saturday morning.  like to be there 10 a.m. for
about 2-3 hours.
anyone like to join or meet there.

I am coming from Ramstein area and offer 2 seat in my car, to Transfer over
there.... 
Forum > World of Sports > Holland ajax football dicember 2015
Holland ajax football dicember 2015 Sun 15 Nov 15 13:50
lapeste
Venezia
Italy
 
I m search 2 ticket for football match Ajax in dicember 5.12.2015. It impossible
from italy to buy. Any suggest and information is great from you.
Thanks. 
I d like go with other local people , il you are interested.
Sorry for mistake, i write my ipad.
Gaetano
Venice
Forum > World of Sports > Bozcaada Kite Board Formula Race
Bozcaada Kite Board Formula RaceMon 25 May 15 19:20
alphekka
Çanakkale (Troy)
Turkey
 
for more information pls contact with me 
Forum > World of Sports > Poland - Germany 2:0 >
RE:Poland - Germany 2:0
Poland - Germany 2:0Sun 09 Nov 14 8:42
airjack
Ramstein-Miesenbach
Germany
 
happy that Sport is able to make you feel good :-)

for the german Team it is a importent experience.....
in martial art, one of the main roules is: do not feel over selfconfident
(overproud) - so therefore the ha,ha is very ok.
Forum > World of Sports > Poland - Germany 2:0 >
RE:Poland - Germany 2:0
Poland - Germany 2:0Sat 11 Oct 14 23:08
chrismaboe
Holzminden
Germany
 
:)
Forum > World of Sports > Poland - Germany 2:0
Poland - Germany 2:0Sat 11 Oct 14 22:47
pisklak
Warszawa
Poland
 
Ha ha

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