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Martial Arts Video Columnist Antonio Graceffo Studies Silat Techniques and Learns Silat History in Malaysia

Monday, March 18th, 2013

The Warrior Odyssey book author and Destinations columnist for Black Belt magazine learns muay Thai and silat while meeting some of Southeast Asia’s top martial arts masters in this international martial arts adventure video!
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Posted in Southeast Asian Martial Arts History.

Pentjak Silat’s 9 Deadliest Weapons

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Suryadi “Eddie” Jafri is one of the best-known instructors of the Indonesian martial art pentjak silat (also spelled pencak silat). Pentjak refers to the fighting movements, while silat means a “spiritual way.” Jafri’s style of pentjak silat, pera taki sendo, is a close-combat system using empty-hand techniques as well as traditional weapons. His system has
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Posted in Pentjak Silat.