Monday, September 1, 2014

Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Founder Flow

chin Funakoshi (船 越 義 珍 Gichin Funakoshi was born in Shuri ?,, Okinawa, 10 November 1868 - died 26 April 1957 at the age of 88 years) was the creator of Shotokan karate flow, which is one of the main flow of karate, and once regarded as the "father of karate modern ".
Funakoshi follow the teachings of Anko Itosu's teacher called to be one of the Okinawan karate master who teaches karate to residents of the main island of Japan in 1921 He taught karate at various Japanese universities, and was appointed as the honorary chairman of the Japan Karate Association when newly established in 1949 .

Funakoshi was born in Shuri, Okinawa around 1868 when Japan was in the time of the Meiji Restoration. Both his parents were natives of Okinawa using the family name TominakoshiAyahnya named Gisu. Upon entering elementary school, Gichin good friends with the son of Anko Asato, a karate and kendo master who later became his first karate teacher.

Funakoshi family strongly opposed legislation that requires people to cut hair styled with hair models chonmage. As with monks, doctor on Meiji era styling is not justified by the model chonmage. The decision to not want to cut the hair, resulting in Funakoshi was not allowed to enter medical school, even though he had passed the exam masuk.Sebagai educated people are educated in Classical Chinese literature and philosophy of Japan, Funakoshi worked as an assistant teacher in Okinawa. At that time also, his relationship with the Asato family grew closer. He started to travel a lot during the night to the Asato family residence to receive karate lessons from Anko Asato.

Shotokan Karate

Funakoshi flow Okinawan karate master both popular at that time, Shorei-ryu-ryu and Shorin. This style of karate, which he founded was named Shotokan derived from Funakoshi's pen name, Shoto, which means pine waves (movement of pine needles when the wind blows). Aside from being a karate master, Funakoshi was a philosopher and a prolific poet. He often preached to walk up a long way in the forest to meditate and write poetry. Kan means training hall, or house, thus Shotokan means the house of Shoto. The name was created by the flow of karate students Funakoshi who put up a signpost bearing the name Shoto right above the entrance to the dojo where they practice.

In the late 1910s, Funakoshi had many students have, which are considered able to pass on the teachings of the teacher. Funakoshi himself to continue his efforts to disseminate Okinawan karate, and ventured into the main islands of Japan in 1922.

In 1939, Funakoshi founded the first Shotokan dojo in Tokyo. He also changed the name for the martial art taught, from Tote (唐 手?) Which consists of two kanji characters: (TO, kara; Tang Dynasty or Chinese) and (te, hand) into karate (空手?, Empty hands ). Both are written with different kanji characters, although actually 唐 手 kun'yomi can be read as karate. Funakoshi believed that the creation of a new term that will not lead to the misconception that karate is derived from Chinese martial arts.

In Tokyo, Funakoshi established the Japan Karate Association (JKA) in 1949, and was appointed as honorary chairman. He remained in Tokyo until his death in 1957.



Funakoshi published several books on karate including his autobiography Karate-Do: My Way of Life. Most important relics in the form of a document containing the philosophy of karate training now referred niju kun, or "20 Principles of Karate". Those principles are fundamental Shotokan thinking for all students, and the publication of the book titled The Twenty Guiding Principles of Karate. In this book, Funakoshi explains 20 principles that must be adhered to karate students in order to "become a better human being". Karate-Do Kyohan "The Master Text" by Funakoshi until now remains the most comprehensive book, containing an explanation of the history, fundamentals, word, and kumite.


Funakoshi was training with the makiwara, 1924.
Monument to Funakoshi founded by Shotokai at a temple in Kamakura named engaku-ji on December 1, 1968, Stone was designed by Kenji Ogata and inscribed with calligraphy by Funakoshi and head monk named Sogen Asahina (1891-1979). In this memorial stone inscribed with the second principle of the 20 Principles of Karate, "Karate ni sente nashi" ("There is no first attack in karate"). On the right is a stone inscribed with a poem he wrote while traveling to Japan in 1922.
The second stone posts made by Nobuhide Ohama, and translates as: [6]
"Sensei Gichin Funakoshi karate-do was born in Shuri Okinawa on June 10, 1870 Since around the age of eleven, he began to study to-te jutsu of Azato Anko and Itosu Anko. He practiced diligently and in 1912 was appointed as chairman Shobukai Okinawa. In May 1922, he moved to Tokyo and became a professional sensei karate-do. He devoted his whole life for the development of karate-do. He lived to be eighty-eight years, and departed this world on April 26, 1957 While doing reinterpretation to-te jutsu, karate-do Sensei disseminate without losing its original philosophy. Just as bugei (classical martial arts), the peak of the "mu" (enlightenment) is: to purify and make one empty through the transformation of jutsu to do. Through his famous words, "Karate ni sente nashi" ("There is no first attack in karate") and "Karate wa kunshi no bugei" ("Karate is a martial art wise people), Sensei helped us to understand the meaning of jutsu is more configurable well again. We, the faithful disciples, for the purpose of commemorating the services and contribution as a pioneer of modern karate-do, forming Shotokai and set up this monument in Enkakuji. "Kenzen ichi" ("the fist and Zen are one").

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Chung Le

Cung Le (Vietnamese: Lê Cung; born May 25, 1972) is an American mixed martial artist, actor, and former Sanshou kickboxer currently competing as a Middleweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, holding a record of 2-1 with the organization. In Sanshou (Sanda), he is a former International Kickboxing Federation Light Heavyweight World Champion, having a professional Sanshou record of 16-0 before moving to mixed martial arts (Le also held an undefeated kickboxing record of 17-0). He defeated Frank Shamrock to become the second Strikeforce Middleweight Champion before vacating the title to further pursue his acting career. Le is perhaps best known in mixed martial arts for competing in Strikeforce, holding a record of 7-1 with the organization before its demise. In mixed martial arts, 8 of his 9 wins have come by way of knockout.

Early life and education

Le was born in Saigon, South Vietnam (now Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam). In 1975, three days before the Fall of Saigon, Cung Le and his mother Anne left Vietnam by helicopter under heavy gunfire. He ended up in San Jose, California, where early discrimination and bullying inspired him to learn martial arts. His mother enrolled him in Taekwondo classes at the age of 10. Le has disciplines in a variety of martial arts like kuntao, sambo, and was undefeated as a professional kickboxer with a record of 17 wins and 0 losses. He is a three time world champion in kickboxing and also coaches his own team, which is now 11–0 in team competition.

Le began wrestling competitively at age 14 after being inspired by Sylvester Stallone´s Rocky and earned All-American Honors in his junior year of high school.[7] He went on to wrestle for West Valley College in Saratoga, California and won the California Junior College State Championship in the 158 lb weight class in 1990.

Sanda career

Le is undefeated in his Sanda career (17–0).[10] He has won three US Open International Martial Arts Championships (1994, 1995, 1996). In 1998 he won the Shidokan tournament championship. He has also won 4 US National Championships (Orlando, Florida 1994, Dallas, TX, 1995, Baltimore, MD, 1997). He earned three bronze medals in his amateur Sanshou world competition compiling an overall amateur record of 18–3. He has been a three-time captain of the United States teams that competed and was the U.S. team captain at the World Wushu Championships in 1997 (Italy) and 1999 (Hong Kong). On December 15, 2001 he defeated Shonie Carter by unanimous decision in San Jose, California to win the IKF International Kickboxing Federation Pro Light Heavyweight Sanda World Title.[10] In May 2003, Le entered into K-1 competitions where he garnered a 3–0 career record, including 1 knockout.

Mixed martial arts career

Le made his mixed martial arts debut at Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. Gracie on March 10, 2006, at the HP Pavilion at San Jose, knocking out kickboxing rival Mike Altman at 3:51 of the first round. Le first met Altman in San Jose, 1999 in a kickboxing bout where he defeated Altman via a body shot in the third round. Three months later he faced KOTC veteran Brian Warren, knocking him out at 4:19 of the first round. Le had also faced Warren in a K-1 Sanshou bout where he won by decision. At Strikeforce: Triple Threat on December 8, 2006, Le defeated UFC veteran Jason Von Flue in 0:43 of round 1 when the fight had to be stopped due to a cut from a kick strike. Le went on to fight Tony Fryklund who had just suffered a spectacular loss to Anderson Silva. Like Silva, Le beat Fryklund via TKO due to strikes late in the third round. Soon after Le fought Sammy Morgan at Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man Survives where he won the bout via TKO.

On March 29, 2008, Le defeated a long time MMA veteran Frank Shamrock in a fight co-promoted by Strikeforce and EliteXC at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. Le won via TKO when Frank Shamrocks' right arm was broken after a series of kicks (ulna broken), making him the new Strikeforce Middleweight champion.On September 17, 2009, Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker announced that Le had relinquished his belt after securing a major motion picture deal.

After 21 months since his last fight Le returned to Strikeforce to face Scott Smith at Strikeforce: Evolution on December 19, 2009. Le suffered his first MMA defeat, losing via TKO at 3:25 of round 3. After the match, Le expressed interest in an immediate rematch with Smith. His wish was granted on June 26, Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Werdum in which Le defeated Smith via TKO into the second round to avenge his only MMA loss at the time.

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Le has said that it’s basically the UFC or bust for him at this point in his fighting career. “I know for a fact that if I do fight again, it’s going to be in the UFC. I’ve never fought in the UFC, but I would love to fight in the UFC. But right now because of my contract with Showtime and Stikeforce, hopefully things can work out because there is a show in San Jose that Cain Velasquez is the main event. I would love to fight in San Jose for the UFC ....” said Le.

Le was briefly linked to a matchup with Vitor Belfort on November 19, 2011 at UFC 139. However, Belfort was removed from the bout and replaced by former Pride FC Middleweight Champion Wanderlei Silva. Le managed to confuse Silva with his unorthodox kicks, and landed a spinning backfist that dropped Silva. During the second round, Silva managed to shake Le with huge punches and knees that completely broke Le's nose. Le was stunned, bloody and fell to the ground, and the fight was stopped by the referee. Afterwards in the press conference, Dana White commented that it was a good stoppage and that Cung was taken to the hospital.

Le was scheduled to face former UFC Middleweight Champion Rich Franklin on July 7, 2012 at UFC 148. However, due to an injury to headliner Vitor Belfort, Franklin instead faced Wanderlei Silva in a 190 lb catchweight rematch on June 23, 2012 at UFC 147.[19] Le instead faced former title contender Patrick Côté. He earned his first UFC win via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).

Le faced Rich Franklin in the main event on November 10, 2012 at UFC: Macao. Cung Le won the fight via KO with a powerful hook punch at Franklin's head at 2:17 in the first round.

The Ultimate Fighter: China

In November 2013, it was announced that Le would serve as the chief coach and mentor on The Ultimate Fighter: China, the China-based version of The Ultimate Fighter which begins airing in December 2013.
Acting career

Le co-starred in the live-action Tekken film, based upon the popular martial arts fighting game, as Marshall Law, released November 5, 2009 for the American film market. Le had supporting roles in the science fiction film Pandorum with Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster, and Fighting, released in 2009 alongside Channing Tatum. He also starred in a Hong Kong martial art film Bodyguards and Assassins, which was released on December 18, 2009; his film was the first time he worked with and had a fight scene with Hong Kong martial arts superstar Donnie Yen.

He also appeared in a Vietnamese music show Paris By Night 99 - Tôi Là Người Việt Nam where he was interviewed by Nguyen Cao Ky Duyen; this show also marked one of the few times Le has spoken Vietnamese on camera.

Le had a lead role in the 2012 action film Dragon Eyes, costarring Jean-Claude Van Damme and produced by Joel Silver. The movie is based on the Akira Kurosawa classic Yojimbo and is "MMA-themed". Also in 2012, Le played Bronze Lion in The Man with the Iron Fists, a film directed by RZA.

He recently starred in the explosive action movie Certain Justice, a film directed by Giorgio Serafini and co directed and written by James Coyne. In this fast paced, action revenge tale, he stars alongside Dolph Lundgren, Vinnie Jones, Gianni Capaldi and Briana Evigan.
Personal life

Le has two sons with his ex-wife. He and his second wife Suzanne were married in August 2009. The couple had their first child together, a boy named Robert Eric Le, born in 2010.

Championships and accomplishments
Amateur wrestling

    California Community College Athletic Association
        CCCAA State Championship (1990)
        CCCAA All-State (1990)
        West Valley College Wrestling Team Captain (1990, 1991)

    Amateur Athletic Union
        AAU Espoir Freestyle National Championship (1989)
        AAU Espoir Greco-Roman National Championship (1989)


    International Kickboxing Federation
        IKF Sanshou World Light Heavyweight Championship (One time)

    International Sport Karate Association
        ISKA Sanshou North American Light Heavyweight Sanshou Championship (One time)
        ISKA Sanshou U.S. Light Heavyweight Championship (One time)
        ISKA Sanshou U.S. Light Cruiserweight Championship (One time)

    Ho Tet Tae Kwon Do
        Ho Tet Tae Kwon Do Tournament 1994 Grand Champion

    USA International World Championships
        1996 Continuous Sparring Tae Kwon Do World Champion

    World Wide Draka Federation
        1998 Draka Tournament Winner

    Shidokan Cup Bare-Knuckle Full Contact Karate
        1998 Shidokan Cup U.S. Tournament Winner

    International Wushu Federation
        1999 WUF World Wushu Championships Sanshou Bronze Medalist
        1997 WUF World Wushu Championships Sanshou Bronze Medalist
        1995 WUF World Wushu Championships Sanshou Bronze Medalist

    Black Belt Magazine
        2007 Kung Fu Artist of the Year

Mixed martial arts

        Strikeforce Middleweight Championship (One time)

    Ultimate Fighting Championship
        Fight of the Night (One time)
        Knockout of the Night (One time)
        2012 Knockout of the Year vs. Rich Franklin on November 10

    Inside MMA
        2008 Fight of the Year Bazzie Award vs. Frank Shamrock on March 29

Submission grappling

    Amateur Athletic Union
        AAU Espoir Sambo National Championship (1989)

Masutatsu Ōyama Inventor Karate Kyokushin Flow

Kyokushin kaikan (極 真 会館?) Is a school of karate founded by Masutatsu Oyama (大 山 倍 達 Oyama Masutatsu?). This stream emphasizes physical training and full-contact kumite, the sparring (sparring) unprotected. Kyokushin means the highest truth, which is believed by Mas Oyama karate as it should be taught and learned. Kyokushin curriculum emphasizes realistic combat and physical strength.

Masutatsu Oyama, founder of Kyokushin, born as a Korean named Choi Hyung Yee. As a child in Korea, he studied the Korean martial art called Chabee. Chabee under the influence of Chinese martial arts "18 Palms Art" which was further developed by the Korea became Chabee. Since childhood, Choi Hyung Yee is not a child silent and be patient if disturbed. He was frequently involved in fights, especially when he or his friends bullied. Aggressive personality is what he passed on to Kyokushin into a stream that emphasizes offense, and the importance of dropping the opponent as quickly as possible.

During World War 2, Choi Hyung Yee moved to Japan and enrolled as a mechanical fighter. In Japan, he lived with the family perantuan of Korea and adopted their surname, Oyama. At that time many people overseas who adopt Japanese names so you can easily blend in and be accepted by society of Japan. After the war in 1945, he studied Shotokan karate from Funakoshi great teacher. At the same time, he met with fellow overseas from Korea named So Nei Chu. So Nei Chu Goju-Ryu inherited from Gogen Yamaguchi, and Mas Oyama studied Goju-Ryu So Nei Chu.


While in Japan, aggressive personality and does not want to lose yourself still strongly attached to the young Oyama. In Tokyo, he often got into a fight with the gangsters Japanese and American soldiers who served in Japan. He once accidentally killed a famous Japanese gangster expert using a knife (Eventually he was released from custody on the grounds of self-defense). Oyama also nicknamed "Superman of the East" by the local people as they often defend the local people of the American soldiers who do mischief. After a few moments, Tokyo became no longer safe for Mas Oyama, because he sought by many who want to reply to his actions. On the advice So Nei Chu, Mas Oyama eventually withdrew to a mountain to reflect on the purpose of his life.

While in exile, he lived as befits a Yamabushi (Warrior Monk). Face the rigors of nature wrought, he got a lot of inspiration from the life story of Miyamoto Musashi, the famous swordsman in Japan. Every day he studied martial arts practice and meditation to reflect on his life. After a while, he was training in the mountains was enough and decided to go down to the city.


Mas Oyama karate championship and become the champion. However, he still felt disappointed with its capabilities. Feeling still not able to apply what they have learned in a real fight, Mas Oyama shaved her head and once again go up to the mountain to practice.

After more than a year on the mountain, Mas Oyama eventually drop to test the results of his training. In a village, there is a bull to be slaughtered. He asked for permission to drop the bull with his bare hands. However, he failed in his first attempt. After being hit, the bull angry and rummaging through a crowd of people around him. Mas Oyama did not give up. He studied the days of the bulls. After that, he tried again. The bull falls with a single blow to the head direction. News of a karateka menjatuhan bull with his fist spread rapidly. In addition, he also travels around South East Asia held many demonstrations and challenging flow inside and outside of Japan. This caused much sensation and popularized karate internationally.

With this fame capital, Mas Oyama then set up a karate dojo in Tokyo. Karate dojo training emphasizes the importance of full-contact kumite (sparring without protective). According to him, full contact kumite is essential to hone the fighting spirit and skills. This caused some tension with elders from other karate stream found practical application of karate directly is dangerous and unnecessary.

The tension peaks appeared in the 1960s. At that time, Muay Thai boxer stated that Thai Boxing is a martial art that is the strongest, and he has defeated many representatives of martial arts, including karate Japan (At that time, karate was popular internationally, and Muay Thai boxer wants to utilize opportunity to look for the name). Muay Thai boxer is requesting an official representative of Japan to answer the challenge. The official stance from Karate schools in Japan is to not serve these challenges, because the purpose of Karate is to foster mental and forging one of the embodiments of the mental is to avoid unnecessary fights. However, Mas Oyama argues that "Karate is not to look for trouble., But if it comes with its own problems, running away from the problem is the act of a coward". 3 He sent his best students to compete with Thailand for Muay Thai rules. Two of his three wins and they are back to Japan was hailed as a hero who raised the self-esteem of Japan. This adds to the tension between these Oyama flow with streams of Karate others, so many other streams which flow Oyama dub as "instead of Karate" and "knowledge of the brat".

Mas Oyama do not give a damn on the response. He formally established Kyokushin, which means the highest truth as he believes it should be taught and learned Karate. He held a tournament-tournament itself responds following the banning of Kyokushin Karate matches. Although in-'anak-tiri'-kan, Kyokushin is growing rapidly in and outside of Japan, especially since some of the first generation of Kyokushin many challenging various martial arts in Asia and in Western countries.

1964 to 1994

After Kyokushin kaikan officially formed, led Oyama to expand. Oyama chose instructors which he was able to demonstrate the ability and fighting style of Kyokushin to recruit new members. At first, the instructors assigned to open a dojo in another town in Japan. There, the instructor will show off their skills in public areas, for example in the gymnasium, in the gym of police (where the athletes used to practice judo), in the park, or at local festivals.

In addition to Japan, Oyama also spread instructor-instructor to other countries, for example to the Netherlands (Kenji Kurosaki), Australia (Shigeo Kato), the United States (Tadashi Nakamura, Shigeru Oyama and Yasuhiko Oyama, Miyuki Miura) and Brazil (Seiji Isobe) to spread Kyokushin in the same way as in Japan. In 1969, Oyama organized the First All Japan Full Contact Championships in Japan. In addition, the CE 1975, he also organized the First Open Full Contact World Karate Championships. Since then, international matches are held regularly every four years.


After Oyama died, the International Karate Organization (IKO) Kyokushinkaikan had split. The split caused a conflict about who would succeed Oyama as Chairman, as well as about the future structure and philosophy of the organization. Until now, the problem can not be solved. Shokei (Akiyoshi) Matsui Oyama was expected to be the successor after he claimed that he has the intellectual rights to all trademarks, symbols, and the name of Kyokushin. But apparently the Japanese legal system forbids that action so Shokei Matsui forced to return all the intellectual rights to the family Oyama Kyokushin.

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Monday, January 13, 2014


Below is a piece of history or martial arts 8 Winds in the Chinese BA -called JI GUAN .Kungfu is mythologized by the Chinese as one of the world's strongest martial art widely spread throughout the world since the early 20th century .The kung fu has a characteristic on the attack with a barrage blows directly channeling tremendous explosive power . The practitioners are able to ultimately change the kung fu martial arts power from the outside into the power of kung fu .Bajiquan is a secret kung fu kungfu strongest in the world created by monks Butongpai , spread into two main parts ;
 1 . Mixed with other streams such as Bagua Zhang Kung Fu , Piqua Zhang , Shaolin and Taichi . 
 2. Spread china specialized in the area are Muslims and only taught the Moslem tribes such as Hui , Turkish and Uyghur and others .
Kungfu is rarely deployed because it was considered too dangerous .Consists of several streams but the bottom line is formed in the power of breathing exercises and tactics . Movement and the technique is simple and contains tremendous power . have slow motion movements that contain the explosion blast force . rarely deployed in general because for the first kung fu disseminated to the general public is not the case with martial arts as deadly and dangerous secret .History and Aliran2 kungfu Bajiquan / Kungfu 8 Winds1 .  
The very first time the flow is the flow of WU , which was brought by Wu Zhong , the flow is still developing in the PRC and Japan . This flow is called the first flow of the wedge . In accordance with the historical record left behind , Wu Zhong is recognized introduce the wedge back . Teacher of Wu Zhong is two and a vagabond named Lai Bi who do not want to be named . Allegedly they both actually are government or political fugitives were hiding.The current flow in the forward and held by Master Wu Lian Zhi . Although surnamed Wu , he is not a direct descendant of Wu Zhong .Flow is mainly concentrated in the village of Wu Meng , the home village of the wedge , and there established international schools wedge , Ba Ji Quan Khai Men .2 . The flow rate of Muslims in the PRC , is basically similar to but different flow patterns Wu jurus2nya , this flow is more closed so that the path of development is still in the PRC .3 . LIE flow , which in developed or composed by Bun Syo Lie ( Lie Shu Wen ) - such as the comic story - flow LIE Kenji would eventually split into two , namely the flow HUO and LIU .4 . MO flow , flow Lie teacher Syo Bun - growing in he bei ,
PRC .5 . HUO flow , which was brought by Dien Huo Ge ( Rigid den stiff reply in comics Kenji ) , this flow until now developing in the PRC , Huo flow is still similar to the flow of MO , as Huo dien den ge aka rigid rigid Lie was the first pupil syo bun , so apa2 who learned by syo Lie Huo bun scaled - no apa2 composition .6 . LIU flow , which was brought by Gekkyu Liu / Liu Yun Chiao , this flow is a flow that is perfected by Syo Bun Lie ( Lie Su wen ) in his old age , armed with experience fighting until the old days syo bun Lie , then Lie syo bun throw " unnecessary " and add / modify Bajiquan thus more powerful again , a concrete example , namely the stance phong chui ( if Choso stance on kenji ) , this style is not found in any stream , because this style is the hallmark of the last Bajiquan Lie syo the bun scaled Gekkyu Liu / Liu yun Chiao , the flow develops mainly in Taiwan , and then brought again in the spread to Japan , Canada , America , Malaysia , etc. .7 . in addition to the above there's more aliran2 several family stream flow between laen king , nan jing flow that brought the chi gene Lie ( Lie Yuen tse ) to Taiwan , and so forth .Kungfu 8 Winds flow in Popular CultureOver time Kenji is not master of Kung Fu Eight Winds starting to learn a lot of self-defense techniques to improve its capabilities. Kenji has one rival who often appear in comic stories Kenji named Tony Tan . Tony who also want to master Kung Fu Eight Winds has mastered a variety of techniques including flow of Chinese martial Shaolin Kung Fu Hung Ga and Xinyiliuhequan .Kenji left his grandfather at the age of 7 years later determined to follow his grandfather in China to learn martial arts . Adventure after adventure Kenji passed by on his way . Well, if you also like Kenji adventure in the small or first time you might like to practice some self-defense movement style Kenji Goh .In the game TEKKEN ,
there are also character " Long " is adept moves Eight Winds .Great teachers produce great students , many of his students play an important role in the history of the martial arts world . Some students lishuwen famous of which is Huo Diange aka rigid rigid den ( guard emperor Pu Yi , the last emperor of China ) , Chen Li Wu ( bodyguard to Mao Zedong ) , and Liu Liu aka Yunqiao Gekkyu ( Kuomintang secret agent and martial arts instructor , Chiang Kai Shek's bodyguards ) Bajiquan therefore also called " The Bodyguard Style " .

History Maenpo Cikaret

Naming Maenpo Cikaret is ask the location where maenpo is growing , ie in Cikaret village , CianjurKari Maenpo Cikaret or better known as Maenpo Cikaret Silat is one of the streams that are rare . Rare here in the sense that the practitioner is in full control of the flow can be counted on the fingers .Despite its name Kari Maenpo Cikaret , but the elements that make up this maenpo Kari flow is not only alone, but there are two other streams that make up this Maenpo , ie flow and flow Sabandar Madi .In the martial arts world , the term " Sabanda - Kari - Madi " is very popular , not only martial arts school in West Java course that uses this term in perguruannya slogan , but the universities outside of West Java was put on this term .

Madi Kari Sabandar actually three different martial flow independent . Sabandar is a martial arts school that has a very subtle Kick , nature ngarubah tangtungan or destroy the balance of the opponent . Kari is a very hard martial stream , fast , aggressive and highly lethal , while the flow of martial madi is famous for last game ( defense ) , play in close proximity even stick ( napel ) and target attack that led to the weak spots and lethal in the human body .Sabandar consists of 5 Kick , Kari Kari has nine bouts, and has 6 moves . The third stream is the basic formula of a variety of martial arts college . Many Silat game that contains elements Sabandar Madi Kari , not containing jurusnya , but contains kaedah - kaedah and Madi Kari Sabandar philosophy .In Indonesia, a lot of colleges are adopting martial kaedah Sabandar Madi Kari , but everything there is to know as to what the original form of the third stream . Some colleges may exist who know the original form Sabandar Sabandar but only just , while Kari and Madi original form , they just know without knowing the extent kaedah jurusnya .Wak Dudun is the only fighter who inherits Sabandar Madi Kari both rules , philosophy and jurusnya complete , he received the knowledge directly from parents , batteries Oha , a figure which is very famous Maenpo Cianjur .Originally Aki Oha teaches moves 12 at Wak Dudun , like Aki Oha teach other students , not the stance 9 ( Kari ) . According to the logic of wak Dudun , when the moment hit 12 , would not blue - blue body . Reality of the matter is : every time wak Dudun usic napel with Aki Oha , body Uwak always blue - blue . This invite curiosity at heart Uwak , so Uwak ventured to ask Aki Oha . " Sir , why my father that was hit , always a blue - blue body , but if use 12 moves , not going to the blue body , this does not make sense ! , How to do so when I hit people , that the body can be blue - blue ? " thus wak Dudun asked his father .Since then Aki Oha began teaching moment on Wak Dudun 9 . He was getting hard teachings of his father , began ba'da practice of Isha until the dawn , every day . Even for one moment only, Uwak have to spend time for 1 year .Wak Dudun is elder maenpo Cianjur highly respected opponent and friend . Not a lot of people who learn maenpo to Wak Dudun , this is because it teaches maenpo maenpo very hard , coupled with teaching Wak tendeng Dudun who do not know the facade . Uwak says: " If you want to know the tastes chili sauce, it must eat chili " , if you want to know the efficacy of curry , then it should be a blow Kari ngerasain how powerful this . That's what makes the people who learn to Uwak , the average never go back again . One more reason why not much is learned maenpo This is because Wak Dudun very selective in choosing students , and of students selected , only a handful survive .About this little student , not just wak Dudun who experience it , as it was indeed history . Aki Oha had many disciples , but the moment passed on 9 only 2 people only, ie Wak Dudun ( his son ) and Kang Dindin ( nephew ) . Oha battery itself is the only student from Aki Pe'I who inherits moment 9 . Actually Aki pe'I many students , but that is simply inherited moment Aki Oha 9 only. People say , Aki Oha is the golden boy Pe'i battery .momentKari stance is that the dominant stance on speed , accuracy and hard , but still there are elements of weakness and power ends . Kick curry a lot playing with punches , elbow , dengkulan and with characteristic low horse . Kick curry there are 9 , 5 and madi Sabandar 6 moves .

Kick philosophyCadu nyekel Cadu kacekel , unclean and unlawful holding kepegang . Implies that the fighter does not want kepegang curry opponent and do not want to hold the opponent , Kari fighter would directly attack the opponent weak titik2 .Personal experience of teachersWhen it wak young Dudun still working as a warehouse keeper . Coming thief goods in the warehouse . When it wak Dudun abdullah own and against 15 people , and all of them can be defeated , 8 people uprooted , others escaped .Such a champion named Haji X. Haji X already crossed the globe For studied and also he is a champion swordsman too . At that time he came Uwak Dudun For exchange experiences and faced by Uwak Dudun . In napel with Uwak Dudun , Haji X lost . Then when it was done , Uwak leave to take any water , and cast Haji X. Unexpectedly Haji X attack by hitting wak Dudun Abdullah energetically from behind . Located only , approximately 2 cm from head Dudun wak , wak Dudun suddenly turned and instantly Haji X mental distant and hard , so that Hajj X finally admitted defeat and became a disciple of Abdullah Dudun wak .Experience exchange experiences happen again , when it wak Dudun Abdullah visited by a martial arts champion who had been defeated many champions both in West Java until offerings . Her name is Aki J. In a meeting For the exchange of experience , Aki J napeul with wak Dudun Abdullah , rather than using tactics 3 of Kick A mainstay Aki , Aki J instead of a blow to his stance 2C curry wak Dudun Abdullah . Generate  rib injury that severely affected the natural antecedent Aki J for 2 weeks without being able to work ( because it can not raise their hands ) .
 Natural training or using natural elementsSpecial training in nature but there is no training that uses natural elements there are several , including testing instead of beating hit sandsack but hit the banana tree trunks , twisted like shape punch drill , when the blow on the veins of the tree , then the banana tree bbrp day it will dead .Strengthen the hand grip by using lime . how is squeezed lime TSB to shreds .pedigreeBang Kari ( Tangerang ) - > Rd . H. Ibrahim - > Aki Pe'i - > Aki Oha - > Wak Dudun Abdullah and Kang Dindin