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Tag Archives: Kuntao

Touching New Movie Examines Pencak Silat From a Female Perspective!

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Next up in Black Belt’s new entertainment blog: Yasmine, a unique film that follows a high-school girl in Brunei who sets out to learn the martial art of silat.
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Posted in Pentjak Silat.

Tai Chi Training for Middle-Aged Martial Artists Who Refuse to Quit

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

On our walk down the martial path, we will find that we cannot rely on our martial arts training as we did when we were younger. That head-high kick gets harder and harder to deliver effectively. The power in that once-awesome reverse punch seems to slip, regardless of how much time we invest in practice.
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Posted in Chi Kung Exercises, Chinese Martial Arts, Chinese Martial Arts History, General Martial Arts History, Hsing-i Chuan, Kung Fu, Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi.

Silat: Indonesia and Malaysia’s Deadly Martial Art

Monday, March 21st, 2011

You are minding your own business, buying a newspaper at your local convenience store, when a belligerent drunk decides to take a punch at you simply because you met his stare for a second too long. What the drunk doesn’t know is that you are trained in the Indonesian martial art silat, and you are
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Posted in Pentjak Silat.