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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Martial syllabus gayong

Many are wondering and do not know the syllabus contained in the Martial Arts Gayong. For the record, it is divided into seven parts or stages


  • Site Gayong- It is very important to learn for new students because of all the basic movements of hand and feet, how to exercise, evasion techniques, tricks, dead keys will be exposed to defeat an opponent without using weapons.
  • Art Site Gayong - This syllabus is an extension of the syllabus gayong site. While you will be covered further refine so that you can make counter-attack with a more robust and effective. At this stage, you will learn the techniques of site life balance but is able to do the lock down on the opponent back. Besides there are fractions of the base and the attack of death.
  • Art Kris - You will learn how to use sharp weapons such as kris and knife. It contains the syllabus art, art knives ( Death and Stage ).
  • Art Simbat - This syllabus is more focus on clubs and is the basic of weapons in the game including swords, axes, tekpi, sword and the javelin lizard. In addition you will also be trained and learn the art simbat (stick), art simbat batons, chains art, art shield, art spears and other weapons or equipment.
  • Art Yoi
  • Purchase Art
  • Art Cold Summer Nights


Apart from syllabus which was designed with the best of the Grand Master of Martial Gayong. Syllabus there are other such as Shadow Body Art, Art Pike, Art Overview, Art Attack Eagle, Art Cockroaches Sword, Art Mayang nimble, Art Poisonous Powder, Art Firearms we face enemy armed with revolver, gun and so on.

Milestones will be seen by a girdle obtained. Each belt is obtained is an indication to the achievement of the types of skills.


1 comment:

  1. I want to learn Martial Arts. These days, I'm going for Firearms Safety Training Classes. One month is left for me to become eligible for Class B firearm license. After that, I wish to join your school for martial arts training.

    Regards,
    Jacky

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