Brunei Daily Coverage – Bruneian Silat going GLOBAL

Brunei Daily Coverage – Bruneian Silat going GLOBAL

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Training, Training And More Training…

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Last night we had our first night time group class in awhile as we moved to 7pm on Sunday night’s at the Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy.  We worked with tools such as sticks, knives and handgun defenses.  We worked on kicks and hand strikes and we worked on Silat Harimau takedowns much to the enjoyment of those present.  Today I had more training on law enforcement procedures developing a specific skill and then it was home to run and make sure my cardio is in tip top shape.  Every day I try to have some kind of training going on so that my skills and attributes are continually being developed!  Find a way to make sure that your skills and attributes are developed each and every day.  You can do it if you work at it just a little bit!

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Brian R. VanCise

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Pentjak Silat: Harimau Techniques

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Pentjak Silat: Harimau Techniques

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Sunday IRT Class Hours…

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The Sunday group class at the Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy is now at 7 pm!  If you want world class training in Weapons/Tools, Kicking, Hand Strikes, Trapping Hands and Joint Manipulation and Grappling come and join us on Sunday nights at 7 pm!

Brian R. VanCise

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Watching Movies And TV Shows…

 

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Watching movies and TV shows for entertainment and inspiration can be rewarding.  Not just for fun but also to keep you motivated to train hard.  Now, actors and what they portray as violence is definitely not real but anything that inspires you to train hard is positive.  Today I am re-watching The Raid.  The original that also spawned a sequel.  I am watching it with Bahasa and English subtitles.  That is definitely how I prefer to watch foreign films.

Brian R. VanCise

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Watch Your Six…

Watch your six!  What does that mean?  Basically it means to watch your back so that you are not ambushed from behind.  This is really sound advice.  If someone can attack you from behind by ambushing you or blindsiding you it may be enough that you simply will not be able to defend yourself.  If someone wishes you serious harm they probably will want to take the first shot at you without you seeing it.  That way you won’t be able to defend yourself.  So not allowing this happen is essential and that is where your skill development can come in.  Develop the ability to keep your back guarded by having a wall behind you or some type of furniture that would require someone to navigate around it.  When out and about I always make it a point to guard my back by placing a wall at it when possible or some type of obstacle.  When that is impossible I utilize my peripheral vision with head turns to check my six regularly.  I will also try to place myself at an angle that gives me the best vision of an area.  that way I know who comes into that area at any time.  Bottom line most attacks to your back can be avoided if you are aware of your surroundings and the people around you.  If you are vigilant and simply utilize a few measures it probably will be very difficult for someone to sneak up on you.  Watch your six!

Brian R. VanCise

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