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Jakarta, Minggu, 12 Maret 2017| 22:00 WIB
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Pengurus KOBI berfoto bersama para peserta Pelatihan Wasit & Juri KOBI di Jakarta.

VIVA.co.id – Ketua Komite Olahraga Beladiri Indonesia (KOBI) Anindra Ardiansyah Bakrie memberikan pengarahan kepada para peserta Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi untuk wasit serta juri yang diadakan oleh KOBI (Komite Olahraga Beladiri Indonesia) di Jakarta. Pelatihan tersebut diikuti oleh 18 peserta dari seluruh Indonesia, pelatihan ini bertujuan untuk memberikan pendidikan serta bekal untuk menjadi wasit dan juri dalam memimpin duel.

Ada 18 calon wasit dan juri yang ikut dalam seminar dan pelatihan kali ini. Mereka merupakan calon wasit dan juri terpilih yang sudah mengirimkan CV, saat masa rekrutmen dibuka.

“Jadi, Dewan Wasit memeriksa CV mereka terlebih dulu. Rekam jejaknya dipantau, baru kami panggil,” kata Ketua Umum KOBI, Anindra Ardiansyah Bakrie, saat ditemui VIVA.co.id. Dewan Wasit langsung memberikan materi terkait peraturan dasar pertandingan MMA. Ini adalah bekal terpenting yang harus dimiliki oleh wasit dan juri.

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Unified Rules and Other MMA Regulations
1. Definitions

“Mixed martial arts” means unarmed combat involving the use, subject to any applicable limitations set forth in these Unified Rules and other regulations of the applicable Commission, of a combination of techniques from different disciplines of the martial arts, including, without limitation, grappling, submission holds, kicking and striking.
“Unarmed Combat” means any form of competition in which a blow is usually struck which may reasonably be expected to inflict injury.
“Unarmed Combatant” means any person who engages in unarmed combat.
“Commission” means the applicable athletic commission or regulatory body overseeing the bouts, exhibitions or competitions of mixed martial arts.

2. Weight Divisions

Except with the approval of the Commission, or its executive director, the classes for mixed martial arts contests or exhibitions and the weights for each class shall be:

Strawweight  up to 115 pounds
Flyweight  over 115 pounds to 125
Bantamweight  over 125 to 135 pounds
Women’s Bantamweight  over 125 to 135 pounds
Featherweight  over 135 to 145 pounds
Lightweight  over 145 to 155 pounds
Welterweight  over 155 to 170 pounds
Middleweight  over 170 to 185 pounds
Light Heavyweight over 185 to 205 pounds
Heavyweight  over 205 to 265 pounds
Super Heavyweight over 265 pounds

In non-championship fights, there shall be allowed a 1 pound weigh allowance.  In championship fights, the participants must weigh no more than that permitted for the relevant weight division.
The Commission may also approve catch weight bouts, subject to their review and discretion.  For example, the Commission may still decide to allow the contest the maximum weight allowed is 177 pounds if it feels that the contest would still be fair, safe and competitive.
In addition, if one athlete weighs 264 pounds while the opponent weighs 267 pounds, the Commission may still decide to allow the contest if it determines that the contest would still be fair, safe and competitive in spite of the fact that the two contestants technically weighed in differing weight classes.

3. Ring / Fighting Area Requirements and Equipment
  1. Mixed martial arts contests and exhibitions may be held in a ring or in a fenced area.
  2. A ring used for a contest or exhibition of mixed martial arts must meet the following requirements:
    1. The ring must be no smaller than 20 feet square and no larger than 32 feet square within the ropes. One corner shall have a blue designation and the corner directly opposite must have a red designation.
    2. The ring floor must extend at least 18 inches beyond the ropes. The ring floor must be padded with ensolite or similar closed-cell foam, with at least a 1-inch layer of foam padding. Padding must extend beyond the ring ropes and over the edge of the platform, with a top covering of canvas, duck or similar material tightly stretched and laced to the ring platform. Material that tends to gather in lumps or ridges must not be used.
    3. The ring platform must not be more than 4 feet above the floor of the building and must have suitable steps for the use of the unarmed combatants.
    4. Ring posts must be made of metal, not more than 3 inches in diameter, extending from the floor of the building to a minimum height of 58 inches above the ring floor, and must be properly padded in a manner approved by the Commission. Ring posts must be at least 18 inches away from the ring ropes.
    5. There must be five ring ropes, not less than 1 inch in diameter and wrapped in soft material. The lowest ring rope must be 12 inches above the ring floor.
    6. There must not be any obstruction or object, including, without limitation, a triangular border, on any part of the ring floor.
  3. A fenced area used in a contest or exhibition of mixed martial arts must meet the following requirements:
    1. The fenced area must be circular or have at least six equal sides and must be no smaller than 20 feet wide and no larger than 32 feet wide.
    2. The floor of the fenced area must be padded with ensolite or another similar closed-cell foam, with at least a 1-inch layer of foam padding, with a top covering of canvas, duck or similar material tightly stretched and laced to the platform of the fenced area. Material that tends to gather in lumps or ridges must not be used.
    3. The platform of the fenced area must not be more than 4 feet above the floor of the building and must have suitable steps for the use of the unarmed combatants.
    4. Fence posts must be made of metal, not more than 6 inches in diameter, extending from the floor of the building to a minimum height of 58 inches above the floor of the fenced area, and must be properly padded in a manner approved by the Commission.
    5. The fencing used to enclose the fenced area must be made of a material that will prevent an unarmed combatant from falling out of the fenced area or breaking through the fenced area onto the floor of the building or onto the spectators, including, without limitation, chain link fence coated with vinyl.
    6. Any metal portion of the fenced area must be covered and padded in a manner approved by the Commission and must not be abrasive to the unarmed combatants.
    7. The fenced area must have two entrances.
    8. There must not be any obstruction on any part of the fence surrounding the area in which the unarmed combatants are to be competing.
4. Stools
  1. A stool of a type approved by the Commission shall be available for each contestant.
  2. An appropriate number of stools or chairs, of a type approved by the Commission, shall be available for each contestant’s seconds. Such stoolsor chairs shall be located near each contestant’s corner for use outside of the fighting area.
  3. All stools and chairs used must be thoroughly cleaned or replaced after the conclusion of each bout.
5. Equipment

For each bout, the promoter shall provide a clean water bucket, a clean plastic water bottle, and any other supplies as directed by the Commission, in each corner.
6. Specifications for Handwrapping
  1. In all weight classes, the bandages on each contestant’s hand shall be restricted to soft gauze cloth of not more than 15 yards in length and two inches in width, held in place by not more than 10 feet of surgeon’s tape, one inch in width, for each hand.
  2. Surgeon’s adhesive tape shall be placed directly on each hand for protection near the wrist. The tape may cross the back of the hand twice and extend to cover and protect the knuckles when the hand is clenched to make a fist.
  3. The bandages shall be evenly distributed across the hand.
  4. Bandages and tape shall be placed on the contestant’s hands in the dressing room in the presence of the Commission and in the presence of the manager or chief second of his or her opponent.
  5. Under no circumstances are gloves to be placed on the hands of a contestant until the approval of the Commission is received.
7. Mouthpieces
  1. All contestants are required to wear a mouthpiece during competition. The mouthpiece shall be subject to examination and approval by the attending physician.
  2. The round cannot begin without the mouthpiece in place.
  3. If the mouthpiece is involuntarily dislodged during competition, the referee shall call time, clean the mouthpiece, and reinsert the mouthpiece at the first opportune moment without interfering with the immediate action.
8. Protective Equipment
  1. Male mixed martial artists shall wear a groin protector of their own selection, of a type approved by the Commissioner.
  2. Female mixed martial artists are prohibited from wearing groin protectors.
  3. Female mixed martial artists shall wear a chest protector during competition. The chest protector shall be subject to approval of the Commissioner.
9. Gloves
  1. All contestants shall wear glove which are at least 4 ounces and are approved by the Commission. Generally, gloves should not weigh more than 6 ounces without the approval of the Commission. Certain larger sized gloves, e.g. 2 XL – 4 XL, may be allowed even though they may slightly exceed 6 ounces.
  2. Gloves should be supplied by the promoter and approved by the Commission. No contestant shall supply their own gloves for participation.
10. Apparel
  1. Each contestant shall wear mixed martial arts shorts (board shorts), biking shorts (vale tudo shorts), kick-boxing shorts or other shorts approved by the Commission.
  2. Gi’s or shirts are prohibited during competition except that female contestant’s musts wear shirts approved by the Commission.
  3. Shoes and any type of padding on the feet are prohibited during competition.
11. Appearance
  1. Each unarmed combatant must be clean and present a tidy appearance.
  2. The excessive use of grease or any other foreign substance may not be used on the face or body of an unarmed combatant. The referees or the Commission shall cause any excessive grease or foreign substance to be removed.
  3. The Commission shall determine whether head or facial hair presents any hazard to the safety of the unarmed combatant or his opponent or will interfere with the supervision and conduct of the contest or exhibition. If the head or facial hair of an unarmed combatant presents such a hazard or will interfere with the supervision and conduct of the contest or exhibition, the unarmed combatant may not compete in the contest or exhibition unless the circumstances creating the hazard or potential interference are corrected to the satisfaction of the Commission.
  4. An unarmed combatant may not wear any jewelry or other piercing accessories while competing in the contest or exhibition.
12. Round Length
  1. Each non-championship mixed martial arts contest is to be for 3 rounds, each round no more than 5 minutes duration, with a rest period of 1 minute between each round.
  2. Each championship mixed martial arts contest is to be for 5 rounds, each round no more than 5 minutes duration, with a rest period of 1 minute between each round.
13. Stopping Contest

The referee is the sole arbiter of a contest and is the only individual authorized to stop a contest. The referee may take advice from the ringside physician and/or the Commission with respect to the decision to stop a contest.The referee and the ringside physician are the only individuals authorized to enter the ring/fighting area at any time during competition other than the rest periods and subsequent to the contest ending.

14. Judging
  1. All bouts will be evaluated and scored by 3 judges who shall evaluate the contest from different location around the ring/fighting area. The referee may not be one of the 3 judges.
  2. The 10-Point Must System will be the standard system of scoring a bout. Under the 10-Point Must Scoring System, 10 points must be awarded to the winner of the round and 9 points or less must be awarded to the loser, except for a rare even round, which is scored (10-10).
  3. Judges shall evaluate mixed martial arts techniques, such as effective striking, effective grappling, control of the ring/fighting area, effective aggressiveness and defense.
  4. Evaluations shall be made in the order in which the techniques appear in (c) above, giving the most weight in scoring to effective striking, effective grappling, control of the fighting area and effective aggressiveness and defense.
  5. Effective striking is judged by determining the total number of legal strikes landed by a contestant.
  6. Effective grappling is judged by considering the amount of successful executions of a legal takedown and reversals. Examples of factors to consider are take downs from standing position to mount position, passing the guard to mount position, and bottom position fighters using an active threatening guard.
  7. Fighting area control is judged by determining who is dictating the pace, location and position of the bout. Examples of factors to consider are countering a grappler’s attempt at takedown by remaining standing and legally striking, taking down an opponent to force a ground fight, creating threatening submission attempts, passing the guard to achieve mount, and creating striking opportunities.
  8. Effective aggressiveness means moving forward and landing a legal strike.
  9. Effective defense means avoiding being struck, taken down or reversed while countering with offensive attacks.
  10. The following objective scoring criteria shall be utilized by the judges when scoring a round:
    1. a round is to be scored as a 10-10 round when both contestants appear to be fighting evenly and neither contestant shows clear dominance in a round;
    2. a round is to be scored as a 10-9 round when a contestant wins by a close margin, landing the greater number of effective legal strikes, grappling and other maneuvers;
    3. a round is to be scored as a 10-8 round when a contestant overwhelmingly dominates by striking or grappling in a round.
    4. a round is to be scored as a 10-7 round when a contestant totally dominates by striking or grappling in a round.
  11. Judges shall use a sliding scale and recognize the length of time the fighters are either standing or on the ground, as follows:
    1. if the mixed martial artists spent a majority of a round on the canvas, then:
      1. Effective grappling is weighed first; and
      2. Effective striking is then weighed
    2. If the mixed martial artists spent a majority of a round standing, then:
      1. Effective striking is weighed first; and
      2. Effective grappling is then weighed
    3. A round is to be scored as a 10-8 round when a contestant overwhelmingly dominates by striking or grappling in a round.
    4. If a round ends with a relatively even amount of standing and canvas fighting, striking and grappling are weighed equally.
15. Fouls
  1. The following acts constitute fouls in a contest or exhibition of mixed martial arts and may result in penalties, at the discretion of thereferee, if committed:
    1. Butting with the head
    2. Eye gouging of any kind
    3. Biting
    4. Spitting at an opponent
    5. Hair pulling
    6. Fish hooking
    7. Groin attacks of any kind
    8. Putting a finger into any orifice or any cut or laceration of an opponent
    9. Small joint manipulation
    10. Striking downward using the point of the elbow
    11. Striking to the spine or the back of the head
    12. Kicking to the kidney with a heel
    13. Throat strikes of any kind, including, without limitation, grabbing the trachea
    14. Clawing, pinching or twisting the flesh
    15. Grabbing the clavicle
    16. Kicking the head of a grounded opponent
    17. Kneeing the head of a grounded opponent
    18. Stomping a grounded opponent
    19. Holding the fence
    20. Holding the shorts or gloves of an opponent
    21. Using abusive language in fenced ring/fighting area
    22. Engaging in any unsportsmanlike conduct that causes injury to an opponent
    23. Attacking an opponent on or during the break
    24. Attacking an opponent who is under the care of the referee
    25. Attacking an opponent after the bell has sounded the end of the round
    26. Timidity, including, without limitation, avoiding contact with an opponent, intentionally or consistently dropping the mouthpiece or faking an injury
    27. Throwing opponent out of ring/fighting area
    28. Flagrantly disregarding the instructions of the referee
    29. Spiking an opponent to the canvas on his head or neck
    30. Interference by the corner
    31. Applying any foreign substance to the hair or body to gain an advantage
  2. Disqualification may occur after any combination of fouls or after a flagrant foul at the discretion of the referee.
  3. Fouls may result in a point being deducted by the official scorekeeper from the offending contestant’s score. The scorekeeper, not the judges, will be responsible for calculating the true score after factoring in the point deduction.
  4. Only a referee can assess a foul. If the referee does not call the foul, judges must not make that assessment on their own and should not factor such into their scoring calculations.
  5. If a foul is committed:
    1. The referee shall call timeout.
    2. The referee shall order the offending contestant to a neutral location.
    3. The referee shall check the fouled contestant’s condition and safety.
    4. The referee shall then assess the foul to the offending contestant and deduct points if the referee deems it appropriate, and notify the commission, the corners, the official scorekeeper of his decision on whether the foul was accidental or intentional and whether a point is to be taken away.
  6. If a bottom contestant commits a foul, unless the top contestant is injured, the contest will continue and:
    1. The referee will verbally notify the bottom contestant of the foul.
    2. When the round is over, the referee will assess the foul and notify the commission, the corners, the judges and the official scorekeeper.
    3. The referee may terminate a contest based on the severity of a foul. For such a flagrant foul, the contestant committing the foul shall lose by disqualification.
  7. Low Blow Foul:
    1. A fighter who has been struck with a low blow is allowed up to 5 minutes to recover from the foul as long as in the ringside doctor’s opinion the fighter may possibly continue on in the contest.
    2. If the fighter states that they can continue on before the five minutes of time have expired, the referee shall, as soon as practical, restart the fight.
    3. If the fighter goes over the 5 minute time allotment, and the fight cannot be restarted, the contest must come to an end with the outcome determined by the round and time in which the fight was stopped. See Section 16 below.
  8. Fighter Fouled by other than low blow:
    1. If a contest of mixed martial arts is stopped because of an accidental foul, the referee shall determine whether the unarmed combatant who has been fouled can continue or not. If the unarmed combatant’s chance of winning has not been seriously jeopardized as a result of the foul and if the foul did not involve a concussive impact to the head of the unarmed combatant who has been fouled, the referee may order the contest or exhibition continued after a recuperative interval of not more than 5 minutes. Immediately after separating the unarmed combatants, the referee shall inform the Commission’s representative of his determination that the foul was accidental.
    2. If a fighter is fouled by blow that the referee deems illegal, the referee should stop the action and call for time. The referee may take the injured fighter to the ringside doctor and have the ringside doctor examine the fighter as to their ability to continue on in the contest. The ringside doctor has up to 5 minutes to make their determination. If the ringside doctor determines that the fighter can continue in the contest, the referee shall as soon as practical restart the fight. Unlike the low blow foul rule, the fighter does not have up to 5 minutes of time to use, at their discretion, and must continue the fight when instructed to by the referee.
    3. For a foul other than a low blow, if the injured fighter is deemed not fit to continue, by the referee, the referee must immediately call a halt to the bout. If the fighter is deemed not fit to continue, by the referee, even though some of the 5 minute foul time is still remaining, the fighter cannot avail himself of the remaining time and the fight must be stopped.
    4. If the referee stops the contest and employs the use of the ringside doctor, the ringside physician’s examinations shall not exceed 5 minutes. If 5 minutes is exceeded, the fight cannot be re-started and the contest must end.
16. Injuries Sustained by Fair Blows and Fouls
  1. If an injury sustained during competition as a result of a legal maneuver is severe enough to terminate a bout, the injured contestant loses by technical knockout.
  2. If an injury sustained during competition as a result of an intentional foul, as determined by the referee, is severe enough to terminate a bout, the contestant causing the injury loses by disqualification.
  3. If an injury is sustained during competition as a result of an intentional foul, as determined by the referee, and the bout is allowed to continue, the referee shall notify the scorekeeper to automatically deduct two points from the contestant who committed the foul.
  4. If an injury sustained during competition as a result of an intentional foul, as determined by the referee, causes the injured contestant to beunable to continue at a subsequent point in the contest, the injured contestant shall win by technical decision, if he or she is ahead on the scorecards. If the injured contestant is even or behind on the score cards at the time of stoppage, the outcome of the bout shall be declared a technicaldraw.
  5. If a contestant injures himself or herself while attempting to foul his or her opponent, the referee shall not take any action in his or herfavor, and the injury shall be treated in the same manner as an injury produced by a fair blow.
  6. If an injury sustained during competition as a result of an accidental foul, as determined by the referee, is severe enough for the referee tostop the bout immediately, the bout shall result in a no contest if stopped before two rounds have been completed in a three round bout or if stoppedbefore three rounds have been completed in a five round bout.
  7. If an injury sustained during competition as a result of an accidental foul, as determined by the referee, is severe enough for the referee tostop the bout immediately, the bout shall result in a technical decision awarded to the contestant who is ahead on the score cards at the time the boutis stopped only when the bout is stopped after two rounds of a three round bout, or three rounds of a five round bout have been completed.
  8. Incomplete rounds should be scored utilizing the same criteria as the scoring of other rounds up to the point said incomplete round is stopped.
17. Types of Contest Results
  1. Submission by:
    1. Physical Tap Out
    2. Verbal Tap Out
  2. Knockout by:
    1. when Referee stops the contest (TKO)
    2. when an injury as a result of a legal maneuver is sever enough to terminate a bout (TKO)
    3. when contestant being rendered unconscious due strikes or kicks (KO)
  3. Decision via the scorecards, including:
    1. Unanimous Decision – When all three judges score the contest for the same contestant
    2. Split Decision – When two judges score the contest for one contestant and one judge scores for the opponent
    3. Majority Decision – When two judges score the contest for the same contestant and one judge scores a draw
  4. Draws, including:
    1. Unanimous Draw – When all three judges score the contest a draw
    2. Majority Draw – When two judges score the contest a draw
    3. Split Draw – When all three judges score differently
  5. Disqulification
  6. Forfeit
  7. Technical Draw
  8. Technical Decision
  9. No Decision

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Video Manfaat Beladiri bagi Masyarakat …….. (Quote of Parents student)

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Dinas Pariwisata Dukung Taekwondo Indonesia Open Championship 2015

Jumat, 29 Mei 2015 15:49

Dinas Pariwisata Dukung Taekwondo Indonesia Open Championship 2015

Latihan bersama taekwondo di arena car free day

Laporan: Rino Syahril

TRIBUNPEKANBARU.COM, PEKANBARU – Dinas Pariwisata Riau sangat mendukung Pekanbaru menjadi tuan rumah Indonesia Open Championship 2015 tanggal 2-6 September 2015 nanti.

“Karena dengan menjadi tuan rumah bisa mempromosikan Pariwisata kita ke seluruh peserta dari mancanegara,” ujar Sekretaris Dinas Pariwisata Riau Multi H Tintin kepada Tribun, Jumat (29/5/2015).

Menurut Multi, pihaknya sangat mendukung Pekanbaru menjadi tuan rumah selagi tidak melanggar aturan. “Dukungan kita nanti pada acara seremonial Pembukaan dan Penutupan. Kemudian setiap jeda pertandingan kita akan mempromosikan pariwisata kita,” ucap Multi.

Untuk itu kata Multi, agar kegiatan tersebut terlaksana dengan baik, maka Dinas Pariwisata akan mengajukan Proposalnya ke Gubernur Riau agar bisa nanti dianggarkan pada APBD Perubahan,”ungkapnya.

Sebagai persiapan Pekanbaru menjadi tuan rumah Indonesia Open Championship 2015 tanggal 2-6 September 2015 nanti, Kabid Pertandingan Pengurus Besar (PB) Taekwondo Indonesia Toni Juliasto bersama anggotanya didampi Ketua Pengprov TI Riau A Tambis, Jumat (29/5/2015) melakukan pertemuan dengan pihak Dinas Pariwisata Riau dan juga Walikota Pekanbaru.

Dalam pertemuan itu Toni Juliasto memaparkan semua kegiatan yang akan dilakukan baik menjelang pertandingan maupun saat dan usai pertandingan. Menurut Juliasto Indonesia Open akan dilaksanakan pada panggal 2-6 September 2015 nanti. “Kita menunjuk Pekanbaru menjadi tuan rumah karena Kota Pekanbaru sangat bagus dan sangat layak dipromosikan ke seluruh Indonesia serta Dunia.

“Jadi dengan adanya Kejuaraan ini kita sangat harapkan Pemerintah Provinsi Riau khususnya Dinas Pariwisata Riau bisa menjadikan kejuaraan itu sebagai momen untuk memperkenalkan pariwisata Riau ke manca negara,” ujarnya. (*)

Sumber: http://pekanbaru.tribunnews.com/2015/05/29/dinas-pariwisata-dukung-taekwondo-indonesia-open-championship-2015 

methodologi of stretching  Bal­anc­ing the flex­i­bil­ity of all the mus­cles in a joint and improv­ing the strength and endurance of the weaker mus­cles are the eas­i­est mea­sures for pre­ven­tion of injuries. Apply­ing the method­ol­ogy you find advo­cated here in your train­ing will pre­vent you from mak­ing any mis­takes in devel­op­ing your flex­i­bil­ity. These prin­ci­ples are included in the descrip­tions of stretch­ing methods.

Dynamic stretch­ing

Dynamic stretch­ing involves mov­ing parts of your body and grad­u­ally increas­ing reach, speed of move­ment, or both. Per­form your exer­cises (for instance, leg raises or arm swings) in sets of 8 to 12 rep­e­ti­tions. If after a few sets you feel tired, stop. Fatigue causes a decrease in the ampli­tude of your move­ments. Do only the num­ber of rep­e­ti­tions that you can do with­out dimin­ish­ing your range of motion. After reach­ing the max­i­mum range of motion in a joint in any direc­tion of move­ment, you should not do many more rep­e­ti­tions of this move­ment in a given workout.

Dynamic stretches do not involve stop­ping and hold­ing the stretched posi­tion. Such hold­ing is a fea­ture of sta­tic active stretches. Do not con­fuse dynamic stretch­ing with bal­lis­tic stretch­ing either. In bal­lis­tic stretches, you use the momen­tum of a fast-moving body or a limb to forcibly and abruptly increase the range of motion. Bal­lis­tic or bounce stretches may result in imme­di­ate as well as resid­ual pain. In dynamic stretch­ing there are no bob­bing, bounc­ing, or jerky move­ments and the move­ments are con­trolled thor­oughly even though they are quite fast.

Sta­tic active stretching

Sta­tic active stretch­ing involves mov­ing your body into a stretch and hold­ing it there through the ten­sion of the muscle-agonists. You may notice that the harder you tense the ago­nis­tic mus­cles the less resis­tance you feel from the stretched mus­cles. Sta­tic active stretches increase both your sta­tic active range of motion and your sta­tic pas­sive range of motion. Longer (15 sec­onds) sta­tic active stretches are more effec­tive for increas­ing an active range of motion than shorter (5 sec­onds) ones.

Relaxed stretch­ing

Relaxed stretch­ing for sta­tic pas­sive flex­i­bil­ity involves relax­ing your body into a stretch and hold­ing it there by the weight of your body or by some other exter­nal force. This type of stretch­ing is more effec­tive than dynamic stretch­ing for increas­ing the sta­tic pas­sive range of motion and decreas­ing the amount of force needed to hold a stretch. For increas­ing sta­tic range of motion the most effec­tive dura­tion of relaxed stretches is 30 sec­onds, and the most effec­tive fre­quency is once per day.

Relaxed stretches relieve cramps of over stim­u­lated mus­cles. Slow and light relaxed sta­tic stretch­ing is use­ful in reliev­ing spasms occur­ring in mus­cles that are heal­ing after an injury or are just sore. Stretch­ing of sore mus­cles, how­ever, may fur­ther dam­age them. After all, sore­ness is a sign of mus­cle tis­sue dam­age. Stretch­ing may cause delayed onset of mus­cle sore­ness. So, if you feel that a stretch may relieve spasms in the sore mus­cles, to be safe stretch lightly – only as much as it takes to feel relief.

Iso­met­ric stretching

Iso­met­ric stretch­ing for sta­tic pas­sive flex­i­bil­ity uses posi­tions sim­i­lar to those in sta­tic pas­sive stretch­ing and adding the strong ten­sions of stretched mus­cles, you can cause post con­trac­tive relax­ations and, sub­se­quently, increases in the stretch. For a greater effect as you relax the stretched mus­cle, you can tense its antag­o­nists (the mus­cles that oppose it). Even­tu­ally, when you achieve your max­i­mal stretch, you hold the last ten­sion for sev­eral sec­onds. This increases the strength of the mus­cles in this posi­tion. Even with­out these last ten­sions, contract-relax stretch­ing improves your range of motion both in pas­sive and active move­ments as well as your strength in con­cen­tric, iso­met­ric, and espe­cially in eccen­tric actions.

Iso­met­ric stretch­ing is the fastest and the most effi­cient method of increas­ing sta­tic pas­sive range of motion. Because of the strong and long ten­sions in this type of stretch­ing, apply it accord­ing to the same prin­ci­ples as other strength exer­cises. You should allow suf­fi­cient time for recov­ery after exer­cis­ing, depend­ing on your shape and on the total vol­ume of exer­cises, their inten­sity, and the sequence of efforts. Do not exer­cise so hard as to make your mus­cles sore and do not exer­cise sore mus­cles stren­u­ously. Mus­cle sore­ness is accom­pa­nied by loss of strength and of range of motion, so if you make your mus­cles sore often you will reduce your flex­i­bil­ity. Mus­cle short­en­ing is most pro­nounced 2 days after per­form­ing the exer­cises that caused mus­cle sore­ness. It is a good idea to do iso­met­ric stretches in strength work­outs and, on days when recov­er­ing from these work­outs, do either sta­tic relaxed stretches or replace the last, long ten­sion in your iso­met­ric stretches by just hold­ing the relaxed mus­cles in the final stretch.

To increase sta­tic pas­sive flex­i­bil­ity do iso­met­ric stretches as least twice a week, depend­ing on your recov­ery, though. The best time for iso­met­ric stretch­ing is the end of a work­out – this is the time when iso­met­ric stretches are most effec­tive. For main­tain­ing flex­i­bil­ity it may be enough to do iso­met­ric stretch­ing once per week.

Indonesia :

Keseimbangan fleksibilitas otot2 utk meningkatkan kekuatan dan daya tahan otot adalah sesuatu pencegahan cedera yang sangat mudah. Metodologi ini akan menggambarkan bagaimana pencegahan dalam pelaksanaan peregangan.

Peregangan secara berubah2 adalah suatu gerakan2 badan dan peningkatan jangkauan, serta kecepatan gerak. Latihan ini bisa dilakukan dengan set secara 8 s/d 12 pengulangan. Jika terasa lelah, segera istirahat karena akan mempengaruhi penurunan gerakan ayunan. Lakukan sesuai dengan kemampuan masing2.

Peregangan yang statis adalah peregangan yang menggerakkan tubuh dan menahan otot beberapa detik. Semakin keras ketegangan otot ditahan, semakin berkurang resisten yang dirasakan dari peregangan otot tersebut. Lebih kurang 15 detik menahan otot adalah lebih efektif untuk meningkatkan gerakan aktif.

Peregangan yang santai adalah menggerakkan badan dengan rileks dan menahannya dengan berat badan sendiri atau dengan bantuan orang lain. Lama perenganan ini paling efektif 30 detik dan dilakukan sekali sehari. Pereganan ini mengurangi kramp dan kejang otot selama gerakan olahraga beladiri berlangsung dan dapat mengurangi rasa sakit ketika terjadi cedera. Peregangan ini akan menunda rasa sakit pada otot.

Peregangan isometrik dilakukan sama seperti peregangan yang statis dan menambah tekanan yang lebih kuat pada otot yang diregangkan. Untuk mendapatkan pengaruh yang lebih bagus, otot dapat ditekan berlawanan arah dan menahan beberapa detik. Hal ini akan menambah kekuatan otot. Peregangan ini adalah metode paling cepat dan efisien dalam meningkatkan gerakan yang statis. Dengan tekanan yang kuat dan lama akan sama prinsip dengan latihan kekuatan lainnya. Gerakan ini sebaiknya diperlukan waktu yang cukup untuk istirahat setelah latihan tergantung dari jumlah bentuk dan jenis gerakan. Jangan melakukan gerakan ini terlalu keras sehingga menyebabkan sakit pada otot. Jika rasa sakit pada otot sering dirasakan akan mengurangi flexibilitas. Rasa sakit ini akan terasa selama lebih kurang 2 hari setelah latihan. Untuk meningkatkan flexibilitas, lakukan peregangan isometrik paling sedikit 2 kali seminggu tergantung dari rasa sakit yang dirasakan. Waktu paling baik dilakukan adalah akhir dari latihan. Untuk mempertahankan fleksibilitas, sebaiknya lakukan peregangan isometrik sekali seminggu.

Sumber : http://moosin.net/2014/03/method%C2%ADolo%C2%ADgies-of-stretching-for-martial-artist/

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blog injury Mengatasi Cedera Olahraga dg PRICE

Setiap Latihan atau olahraga kita sering mendengar dan kadang-kadang merasakan sendiri cedera pada olahraga. Banyak tindakan-tindakan yang kita lakukan pada saat cedera pada murid-murid atau anggota club olahraga kita. Salah satu mengatasi cedera adalah menggunakan konsep PRICE. Price adalah singkatan dari :

PROTECTION : Lindungi area yang cedera, jangan sampai kotoran-kotoran masuk ke area cedera yang akan mengakibatkan infeksi

REST : Istirahatkan area yang cedera (tidak di urut atau diputar-putar atau di tarik-tarik), kawatir makin memperparah cedera

ICE : Tempelkan es yang dibalut dengan kain/handuk selama 10-15 menit, kemudian lepaskan sebentar agar aliran darah tidak membeku, dan ditempelkan lagi. Lakukan berulang-ulang hingga nyeri berkurang.

COMPRESSION : Balut dengan kain/perban elastis untuk mengurangi bengkak atau peradangan

ELEVATION : Posisikan bagian cedera lebih tinggi dari jantung kita. Bila cedera di kaki, tidur dan sangga kaki lebih tinggi.

Pemberian salep-salep sebaiknya yang bersifat mendinginkan bukan memanaskan (tidak mengandung asam salisilat) karena akan meningkatkan peradangan pada area yang cedera.

Mudah-mudahan bermanfaat bagi kita semua. “Pencegahan Lebih Baik Dari Pada Mengobati”

Eng :

Every training or doing exercise, we usually heard or sometimes felt injuries. We have a lot of actions to solve the problem for our students or member of our club. One of solutions is PRICE concept. PRICE stands for :

PROTECTION : If injured, stop playing and protect the injured part from further damage. Avoid putting weight on the injured part, get help moving to a safe area off the field.

REST : Rest is vital to protect the injured muscle, tendon, ligament or other tissue from further injury. Resting the injured part is important to promote effective healing

ICE : When icing an injury, choose a cold pack, crushed ice or a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a thin towel to provide cold to the injured area. When icing injuries, never apply ice directly to the skin (unless it is moving as in ice massage) and never leave ice on an injury for more than 20 minutes at a time. Longer exposure can damage your skin and even result in frostbite. A good rule is to apply cold compresses for 15 minutes and then leave them off long enough for the skin to re-warm

COMPRESSION : Compression helps limit and reduce swelling, which may delay healing.

ELEVATION : Elevating an injury help control swelling. It’s most effective when the injured area is raised above the level of the heart. For example, if you injure an ankle, try lying on your bed with your foot propped on one or two pillows

Giving a balm is better using a cold than warm because it will be worse.

It’s hoped useful for us. “Preventive is better than Curative.

Ref :

http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/rehab/a/rice.htm?r=facebook

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Artis Cantik, Atlit Silat

Siapa yang tahu seorang aktris cantik, Hannah Al Rasyid ternyata seorang atlet pencak silat di Inggris. Untuk itu ia ingin tawaran peran untuk film action. Hannah mengatakan bahwa ia dari kecil suka berantem, jadi kalau dapat peran film berantam semangat. Ayahnya Aidinal Al Rasyid merupakan Presiden Federasi Pencak Silat se-Inggris dan juga grand master dari perguruan pencak silatnya Bugis, Makassar, Gerak Ilham.
Berbagai kejuaraan pencak silat pernah diikuti Hannah. Antara lain ‘Pencak Silat Participant World Championships’ (2002, 2004 dan 2007), ‘European Pencak Silat Championships’ (2003, 2005), ‘UK International Pencak Silat Championships’ (2004, 2006), ‘Pencak Silat France Open’ (2003, 2005), dan ‘Pencak Silat Swiss Open’ (2004, 2005).
Sebagai aktris pendatang baru, Hannah ingin mengeksplorasi berbagai macam karakter di film. Bintang ‘Modus Anomali’ itu berharap kemampuan aktingnya makin terasah dengan peran-peran yang menantang. Tapi sekarang ia lagi pengen banget film action, pengen nendang dan mukul, katanya.
Eng :

Who knows a beautiful actress, Hannah Al Rasyid? In fact, she’s Penchak Silat athlete in England. Therefore, she wants to get an action player in a film. She liked fighting when she was kid, so she really like getting as player in action film. Her father, Aidinal Al Rasyid is President of Penchak Silat Federation in England and he’s also a Grand Master of his institution, Gerak Ilham (Bugis Penchak Silat).

She joined a lot of competition which were ‘Pencak Silat Participant World Championships’ (2002, 2004 dan 2007), ‘European Pencak Silat Championships’ (2003, 2005), ‘UK International Pencak Silat Championships’ (2004, 2006), ‘Pencak Silat France Open’ (2003, 2005), dan ‘Pencak Silat Swiss Open’ (2004, 2005).

As a new comer,  she wants to explore a various character in films. As ‘Modus Anomali’ star, she wishes that she can do in chalenging player. Eventhough, she now really wants to get in action film, she wants to kick and punch in a film, she said.

Ref :

http://hot.detik.com/movie/read/2012/04/24/095128/1899876/229/jago-silat-hannah-al-rasyid-ingin-main-film-action?991104topnews

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5 Silat di Indonesia

Ada sejumlah destinasi wisata di Indonesia dimana wisatawan bisa belajar silat. Berikut 5 destinasi wisata  sambil belajar pencak silat ala Mad Dog (Artis The Raid) saat wawancara eksklusif dengan detikTravel:

 

1. Bali
Selain Bali terkenal dengan Pantai Kuta dan Ubud, Bali juga punya kesenian bela diri yang bernama Bakti Negara. Silat ini diperkenalkan oleh 4 tentara pejuang kemerdekaan, yaitu Anak Agung Rai Tokir, I Bagus Made Rai Kemblag, Anak Agung Meranggi dan Sri Empu Dwi Tantra. Sedangkan jabatan ketua dan pengurus diberikan kepada Ida Bagus Oka Dewangkara. Seni bela diri pencak silat ini sudah berjalan sejak tahun 1955 dan terus berjalan sampai sekarang. Kini, pencak silat Bakti Negara merupakan mata pelajaran di sekolah-sekolah di Bali dan hampir setiap desa menjalani kesenian ini.

2. Jawa Timur
Reog, Ludruk, dan Wayang Kulit merupakan yang terkenal di Jawa Timur. Selain itu, Jawa Timur juga terkenal dengan silat dan permainan cluritnya yang menjadi ciri khas aliran ini. Jawa Timur juga terkenal dengan silat Perisai Diri. Tidak tanggung-tanggung, silat ini terkenal hingga Australia, Eropa, Jepang dan AS. Aliran ini mengutamakan bagaimana mengelak dari serangan dan melawan dengan kekuatan yang maksimal.

3. Jawa Barat
Cimande dan Cikalong sangat dikenal di Jawa Barat. Aliran cimande memiliki 5 aspek yaitu olahraga, seni budaya, beladiri, spiritual dan pengobatan. Untuk berlatih pencak silat jenis ini, wisatawan dapat dengan mudah menemui padepokan silat di seluruh daerah di Jawa Barat. Berbagai padepokan siap mengajarkan Anda yang ingin mendalami ilmu bela diri asal Jawa Barat ini.

 4. Sumatera Barat
Sumatera Barat sebagai destinasi wisata, tidak hanya diberkahi dengan wisata alam, namun juga tradisi pencak silat yang kental. Salah satu aliran pencak silat yang tertua di Indonesia adalah Silek Harimau Minangkabau. Seni bela diri ini sudah diwariskan secara turun temurun dari beratus tahun sebelumnya. Alasan utama pencak silat ini adalah bekal untuk keluar dari rumah dan merantau ke pulau lain. Untuk menjaga diri agar tetap aman, mereka dibekali ilmu bela diri.

5. DKI Jakarta

Di Jakarta, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) punya padepokan pencak silat. Padepokan ini berisi berbagai aliran yang ada di Indonesia. Anda ingit lihat langsung?, Silahkan datang setiap hari Sabtu dan Minggu untuk melihat sendiri kegiatan pencak silat lebih dekat.

Eng :

There’re some destinations for tourism in Indonesia where can learn Indonesian martial art, Silat. According to Mad Dog (The Raid Actor), here’s 5 destinations to learn it when he’s interviewed :

1.      Bali

Ubud and Kuta beach is well-known in Bali. In other hand, it has traditional Silat which is named Bakti Negara. This Silat was introduced by 4 armies, which were Anak Agung Rai Tokir, I Bagus Made Rai Kemblag, Anak Agung Meranggi and Sri Empu Dwi Tantra. Ida Bagus Oka Dewangkara was honoured as a chairman and associate member. This Silat has been taken since 1955 and still continue till now. At the moment, Bakti Negara Penchak Silat is one of subjects in Bali’s schools and almost every villages has it.

2.      Jawa Timur

Reog, Ludruk, and Wayang Kulit are famous in East Java. In addition, it has a Silat with playing on sickle. The name of famous Silat in East Java is Perisai Diri. It’s well-known in Australia, Europe, Japan, and USA. This silat’s learned how to defend and attack with a maximal power.

 3.      Jawa Barat

The famous Silat is Cimande and Cikalong in West Java. Cimande style has 5 aspects, which are sport, art and culture, self-defence, spiritual, and medicine. If you want to train the silat, you can easily find at all Silat places (Padepokan/Dojo/Dojang) in West Java.

4.      Sumatera Barat

There are a lot of destination tours in West Sumatera, and Penchak Silat is also famous in it. One of the oldest Silat style in Indonesia is Silek Harimau Minangkabau. It’s been taken for hundreds years ago. The reason of this Silat is to keep persons who want to go out of their country/region to be safety.

5.      DKI Jakarta

There is Penchak Silat’s place (Padepokan) in Jakarta which is named by TMII (Taman Mini Indonesia Indah). There’re a lot of Silat’s styles at the Padepokan. Do you wannna see it? Please come every Saturday and Sunday to see it.

Ref :

http://travel.detik.com/read/2012/03/26/141707/1876442/1025/3/5-tempat-liburan-sambil-belajar-silat-ala-mad-dog-the-raid

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Kungfu di Atas Awan

Pernah menonton film Karate Kid? Komplek kuil yang menjadi latar film itu bukanlah animasi. Adalah Wudang Shan atau Pegunungan Wudang terletak di Provinsi Hubei, China yang berdiri megah di antara tebing bebatuan. Ini adalah sebuah komplek kuil yang berjejer di sepanjang pegunungan. Ada ribuan tangga batu menuju lokasi, dengan 2 kuil besar, 72 candi yang terbuat dari batu, 12 paviliun, dan 10 tempat beribadah bagi umat Tao, serta 72 puncak bukit, 36 tebing batu, dan 24 aliran air yang mengitari keseluruhan komplek kuil ini. Konon, di sinilah asal mula terciptanya seni bela diri asal China yaitu Kung Fu.

Bangunan pertama di komplek ini adalah The Five Dragon Temple, dibangun pada masa Dinasti Tang (618-907 masehi). Beberapa kuil lain dibangun pada masa pemerintahan yang sama, serta dilanjutkan pada masa Dinasti Ming (1368-1644 masehi). Seluruh bangunannya adalah mahakarya seni arsitektur China yang telah berusia lebih dari 1.000 tahun. Puncak Tianzhu adalah titik tertinggi Wudang Shan, berada di ketinggian 1.612 mdpl. Disebut juga sebagai ‘Golden Top’, karena di puncaknya terdapat kuil dengan atap terbuat dari emas! Ini adalah destinasi suci yang wajib dikunjungi oleh para penganut agama Tao. Dulu, kuil-kuil ini digunakan sebagai tempat berlatih bela diri, meditasi, hingga tempat belajar pengobatan tradisional China. Tentunya jika Anda kuat mendaki ribuan anak tangga. Berani?

Eng:

Have you watched Karate Kid Film? Temples of the film background wasn’t an animation. It’s Wudang Shan or Wudang Mountain that located among the rock mointainside in Hubei Province, China. The site of temples which there’re a thousands of the rock stairs, 2 big temples, 72 rock temples, 36 the rock mountainside, and 24 water flow around the temples. At that time, the beginning of china martial art, Kung Fu had been created.

The first building was The Five Dragon Temple, which was builded at Tang Dinasty (618-907 century), and also other buildings. After that, they’re developed at Ming Dinasty (1368-1644 century). All buildings was the masterpiece of China Architecture that was more than a thousand year ages. The golden top of them is Tianzhu Peak, which is 1.612 masl high. The peak was made of gold. It was holy destination which could be visited by Tao religion. At the time, the temple was used for martial arts training, meditation, and learning on China traditional medicine. You have to be strong to climb a thousands stairs. Do you wanna try???

Ref:

http://travel.detik.com/read/2012/02/06/172522/1835558/1025/5/wudang-shan-negeri-kung-fu-di-atas-awan#topart

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  Kungfu Vettel, Pembalap F1

Kenal dengan Sebastian Vettel, pembalap Red Bull Racing Formula 1 juara dunia 2010 dan 2011? Ternyata pandai beladiri Kungfu China dan bermain film pendek berjudul “Kung Fu Vettel: Drive of the Dragon”, bersama artis dan model cantik dari China, Celina Jade, yang baru-baru ini membintangi film “Man with the Iron Fists”, bersama aktor Russell Crowe.

Dia bukan orang yang terlibat lansung dalam Kung Fu, tetapi menyukai film-film Bruce Lee, dan membayangkan berencana untuk melakukan kursus atau mengikuti beberapa kelas. Dia mengakui latihan beladiri agak sulit, karna harus banyak mengontrol badan. Ada juga beberapa gerakan yang mirip dan banyak gerakan yang harus diingat serta melakukan hal-hal yang penting, bahkan dalam tekanan.

Film “Kung Fu Vettel: Drive of the Dragon” rencana bakal dirilis pada bulan Mei mendatang. Selesai pembuatan film ini, Vettel sudah harus konsentrasi mengenderai mobilnya untuk menghadapi GP China akhir pekan ini.

Eng:

Do you know Sebastian Vettel, a world championship racer of Red Bull Racing F1 in 2010 and 2011? In fact, he can do a martial art specially in China Kungfu, and star of film “Kung Fu Vettel: Drive of the Dragon” with an actress and model from China, Celina Jade, who is a star of film “Man with the Iron Fists”, with an actor Russell Crowe.

He is not a martial artist expert, but he love Bruce Lee film, and plan to take a course or training martial art. He admitted that training of martial art is a bit difficult because of a lot of body control. There’re also a same movement, should be remembered, and do a pressure condition.

This film will be released in next May. After that, he’s to concentrate in driving to compete in China GP this weekend.

Ref :

http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2012/04/12/17115788/Vettel.Bermain.Film.Kung.Fu

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RESTORAN ALA NINJA

Apakah anda benar menyukai beladiri? Khususnya beladiri Ninja? Nah, jangan lewatkan tempat makan yang satu ini karena semua interiornya dibuat dengan gaya klasik perkampungan ninja dan seorang ninja siap melayani anda. Nama restorannya adalah Ninja New York yang berada di Amerika.

Konsep disainnya merujuk pada Kitab Ninja. Saat masuk ke gerbang utama, akan ada sebuah gerbang kayu berwarna hitam dan lampu-lampu gantung ciri khas ninja. Dalam ruangan akan dijumpai taman khas jepang dengan nama menu makanan yang unik, seperti Ninja Pella, Ninja Style Sashimi, Ninja Salmon Star, Batto Jutsu, dll. Keunikan lain adalah hidangan dimasak dengan dicelupkan batu panas 800 derajat celcius.

Cara penyajian dihiburkan dengan para pelayan yang dilatih khusus dan trik-trik ala ninja. Restoran ini hanya dibuka pada malam hari saja. Apakah anda tertarik mencicipi hidangan diperkampungan ninja abad ke-18 ini?

Eng:

Do you really love martial art? Especially in Ninja? If so, don’t hesitate to visit a restaurant that the interior design was made with a style of Ninja Village Classical and a Ninja will serve you. Ninja New York is named which is located in USA.

Design concept was based on Ninja Book. When you enter, you will find a gate made of black wood and a lot of lights are hung up as if Ninja culture. Inside the restaurant, you’ll find a Japanesse Garden with a lot of food menu, which are Ninja Pella, Ninja Style Sashimi, Ninja Salmon Star, Batto Jutsu, etc. Another uniqueness is that all serving is cooked by dyeing a hot stone with 800 celcius.

They serve by attraction like Ninja activities and tricks. It opens in the evening only. Are you interested to eat those food like Ninja village in 18th century?

Ref:

http://food.detik.com/read/2012/02/22/094412/1848572/294/woww-dinner-unik-a-la-ninja-di-new-york

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Martial Arts News 1#

Posted: February 1, 2012 in Hobbies
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BELADIRI LUCY LIU, SILAT.

Siapa yang tidak kenal dengan bintang yang sangat populer sebagai salah satu bintang dalam film laga Charlie’s Angel (2000), Lucy Liu, yang bernama asli Liu Yuling ini.

Beladiri bagi wanita ini merupakan sesuatu yang tidak baru karena ia memang berlatih beladiri dengan perjuangan yang cukup melelahkan dan keras demi meraih kehandalan itu, dan ternyata beladiri yang dipelajarinya tidak hanya dari beladiri negeri nenek moyangnya, Kung Fu China.

Bintang film ini justru lebih menekuni ilmu beladiri dari sebelah selatan negara asal keluarganya, Taiwan, yakni Asia Tenggara, atau lebih tepatnya Indonesia. Pelatihan beladiri jenis Kali Eskrima Silat itu telah memberikan kesan yang cukup mendalam.

Pasalnya, bela diri ini merupakan olah tubuh yang berbentuk keterampilan memainkan pisau, tongkat, dan terutama, bela diri tangan kosong. Olah raga yang datang dari Indonesia dan Malaysia ini kebanyakan polanya mirip tarian, akan tetapi kekuatan tangan kosong yang memiliki daya penghancur layaknya senjata.

Eng:
Who know a popular star in Charlie’s Angel Film (2000), Lucy Liu, who Liu Yuling is a real named. A self-defense is not new thing for her cause she trained for a longtime and hard to be a strong woman. In fact, she wasn’t only training from Kungfu, but also training from Indonesia martial art, Silat (Pencak Silat). It trains a knife, stick, and in specially empty hand. Silat is like a dance, but within empty hand (unarmed) is content a massive power like arms

Ref:
http://www.metrotvnews.com/read/news/2012/01/24/79556/Lucy-Liu-Lihai-Bela-Diri-Berkat

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Martial Arts #12

Posted: November 14, 2011 in Hobbies
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Pekan Olahraga Nasional (PON) XVIII akan diadakan di Provinsi Riau pada tahun 2012 yang venues dibagi masing-masing kabupaten/kota. Kota Pekanbaru sebagai pusat ibukota adalah tempat olahraga yang terbanyak sebagai tempat penyelenggara, salah satunya adalah venue beladiri Taekwondo. Sebelum PON dilaksanakan, pada tanggal 15-18 Desember 2011 di Pekanbaru dilaksanakan Pra PON Cabang Olahraga Taekwondo, tepatnya di Gelanggang Remaja Pekanbaru. Pada tahun 2013, kegiatan yang bersifat internasional untuk cabang beladiri juga dilaksanakan, yaitu ISG (Islamic Solidarity Games). Untuk itu, panitia khususnya untuk panitia lokal provinsi Riau harus siap melaksanakan kegiatan dengan sukses penyelenggara, sukses prestasi, dan sukses pomosi daerah.

Eng :
Indonesia National Sport Games (INSG) XVIII will be held in Riau Province 2012 which venues in every regional. Pekanbaru city as the capital city is more venues as the organizers, which one of them is Taekwondo venue. Before INSG, there is Pra INSG for Taekwondo sport on 15-18 December 2011 at The Gelanggang Remaja Pekanbaru. In 2013, there is also another games for International Games which is called Islamic Solidarity Games (ISG) for Taekwondo sport. Therefore, all committee specially local committee have to prepare all games with organizer success, achievement success, and regional promotion success.

Martial Arts #11

Posted: September 17, 2011 in Hobbies
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Bisnis Beladiri sangat mengasikkan dan tentu pasti menyehatkan. Jika anda serius menjalankannnya, anda tidak hanya sehat dan bisa beladiri tapi juga memperoleh keuntungan yang berlipat ganda. Mulai lah anda menyukai bahkan mencintai dulu olahraga khususnya beladiri. Jika anda memaksakan sesuatu yang seharusnya anda tidak suka tapi harus menjadi suka, sesuatu itu juga tidak akan berjalan lancar sebagaimana mestinya, Begitu juga dg beladiri dipandang dari sudut olahraga maupun bisnis, badan tidak akan sehat bugar jika olahraga beladiri dilakukan setengah2 dan bisnis tidak akan lancar jika tidak bekerja dengan sepenuh hati. Jadi lah diri anda sendiri.

Eng :
Martial arts bussines is very interested and healthy activity. If you do seriously, you`re not only healthy and be able self defence but also obtain more profit. Start loving martial arts. If you force loving martial arts, your body mightn`t health because you did half thing, and also be not better bussines. Be yourself.

Martial Arts #10

Posted: June 30, 2011 in Hobbies
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Martial arts school can be combined to other sport to be a sport center or gym.
When there’s no money but we want to have a gym, don’t hesitate to keep going to build martial art school or gym. You have a skill as a martial art instructor so you can open martial art school for the first time in one style. Focus in your training by teaching some students can be developed continuously so income can be increased. When it was increased, you could add some equipment for training and sell some martial art equipments.
You don’t need own tailor to making of it if you don’t have much income, we could firstly buy from a producer and sell back to users or other instructors who need it.
When income could slowly increased, we could add one martial art style or one sport, and more…..
Ready to have a gym??? Lets do it!!!

By Mishbahuddin

Martial Arts IX

Posted: April 4, 2011 in Hobbies
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Sometimes hobby can be a business or sometimes just for fun or relax. It’s like a Martial Art. I just saw one of places in my country which was a Martial Arts Gym. We can combine some martial arts to be a gym. Customer can choose what martial art they want. One martial art is the same price as other. It also has a fitness center. We only set the schedule up depending on the day and instructor time.

It’s a nice gym. The gym could also be a franchise business. A lot Developed Country have a Martial Arts Franchise Business, it even have overseas.

Can you apply your hobby to be a business? We have to do it. We could see some play groups, formal education, and other formal school in Indonesia has a franchise business. That’s why martial arts school we could apply it. Everything we’re thinking about management, coach/instructor, and students.

So, you do it!

Mishbahuddin

Martial Arts VIII

Posted: February 5, 2011 in Hobbies
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Management of Martial Arts is like management in general. We can look situation of the internal and external environment. It can be used with SWOT analysis. For the internal environment, we look at S (Strengths), W (Weaknesses), and for the other one is O (Opportunities), T (Threats).

What is your Strengths? Such as: 5M (Man = Coach, Money = Invest or Income, Material = Martial Art Equipments, Machine = Technology, Method = your System), Weaknesses, such as: number of students or Look at 5 M as well

O: Supporting from external, and T: your competition (other schools)

Mishbahuddin

Do you want to become a Martial Arts Instructor???

There are three main requirements for becoming a martial arts instructor. First of all, you have to have a high degree of proficiency in martial arts, one of the proof is a ranking of at least black belt. Secondly, you have to have the ability to teach. Many people can achieve the black belt, but have no ability to teach their knowledge to others. The last, you have to have a good business sense, because it is related to working with other people, planning the program, managing a school, the ability for self-promotion, and etc.

Therefore, Who wants to become a Martial Arts Instructor? YOU the next.

Mishbahuddin