Faktor-faktor yang Mempengaruhi Teknik Dasar Pencak Silat
1. Kuda-kuda dalam Teknik Dasar Pencak Silat
A. Posisi kuda-kuda depan
B. Posisi kuda-kuda belakang
C. Posisi kuda-kuda tengah
D. Posisi kuda-kuda samping
E. Posisi kuda-kuda silang depan
The martial arts technique is the result of Indonesian culture to defend against enemy attacks and to maintain integrity to the surrounding environment, thus creating a community of believers who believe and fear Allah Almighty.
Pencak silat is Indonesia's native martial arts which is well known throughout the world. Not only martial arts but also martial arts, but martial arts also have high artistic value.
Pencak silat since 1973 has been used as a sporting body in the National Sports Week (PON) to be held in VII in Jakarta.
In order to understand and master martial arts, you need to read the following explanations.
Factors Influencing the Basic Techniques of Silat
The technique of martial arts is not only about body and body movements, but in basic movements of martial arts there are factors that influence the creation of a very useful martial arts movement. Some of the factors involved in martial arts include:
Martial arts, sports, sports, brotherhood for the association. Mental and spiritual education.
In addition to some factors that should be understood by the pilots, practicing basic martial arts techniques is very important to master good martial arts techniques.
1. Horses in Pencak Silat Basic Techniques
The position of the horses in the martial arts movement plays an important role in strengthening or strengthening their position during the game. This position makes it easier for us to carry out attacks and attacks launched by our opponents.
The basic attitude used in the world of martial arts has three attitudes, namely horse-riding, upright-standing, and crow-like. For the horses themselves there are six forms, namely, the position of the front horses, the rear horses, the middle horses, the side horses, the front horses, and the cross horses.
A. Position the front horses
The front horses are shaped with the front legs bent and the back legs straight. The back legs are oblique to the outside. Horseback position
The rear horses are positioned with the weight bearing on the back foot as follows:
Weight is concentrated on the back foot. The leg is used as a focal point with the pelvis. The body is slightly leaning forward. The front foot is at the ankle. The position of the middle horses
The position of the middle horses is formed with both legs bent and the body weighted in the middle.
D. Position of side horses
The position of the side horses is shaped by:
The legs are bent and the other leg straight to the side. The body is on the bend. The shoulders are parallel or parallel to the legs.
E. Position of the front cross horses
The position of the front cross horses is shaped by:
Step 1 foot forward or behind the other foot. Weight is focused on 1 foot.The other leg is lightweight to the mother or toes.
F. Position of the rear cross horses
The position of the cross horses is position:
Position the horses with one leg at the back with a cross-leg position. The legs are stacked backwards. The body remains straight so as not to fall during movement.