Self defense moves is one in all the critical points one must master to be able to face emergency situation resembling robbery. The unarmed and practical self defense technique that trained in martial arts will help her or him to face this emergency situation. The self defense technique that utilized in this case is known as as Buah Pukul or Buah Pukulan in silat.
Buah Pukul is a self defense technique or a very powerful skill in silat that required one to receive the attack first (either by avoiding, blocking, or catching) followed by counter attack with fist to the opponent either using bare hand or weapon. Buah pukul may be done with two or more opponent in any silat training.
The sensible self defense techniques in silat derived from Bunga (which teach the exponent the way to master the defensive and striking position), Jurus (which incorporates the art of attack and defense), Belebat (which teach the scholars to art of the defensive and counter attack movements) and Tapak (the routine on the way to destroy your enemy through step pattern movements) subjects. The scholars will learn self defense moves with bare hand first before moving to weaponry system in seventh level of silat syllabus.
Self defense fighting will turn into easy once the silat exponent knows the way to mix all the themes learned in silat to be able to selected an ideal strike and technique while facing the enemy. Thus, hours of coaching of buah pukulan won’t only make the exponent master the silat skills but it surely also will upgrade the inner spirit to face opponent regardless of what size they’re. Listed here are the buah pukul syllabuses that silat exponent will learn in silat training system;
1. First level (white belt) – the scholar will learn the vocabulary and variety of strikes.
2. Second level (blue belt) – the scholar needs to know using every strike.
3. Third level (brown belt) – the scholar must apply the strike in silat moves.
4. Fourth level (yellow belt) – application of self defense strikes head to head with the opponent, silat exponent must exchange few strikes with the opponent.
5. Fifth level (green belt) – the appliance on the way to strike the opponent constantly and the way to exchange few strikes with the opponent.
6. Sixth level (red belt) – application of self defense strikes head to head with the opponent using weapon.
7. Seventh level (black belt) – evaluation or synthesis of practical self defense with weapon or bare hand.
Although the principle of each self defense or martial art is different between one another, the hour’s time invested in training will determine how far one has achieved in his or her training. The key of fast moves and strikes in buah pukulan lay down on the knowledge gained from all of the techniques mentioned above. Thus, it’s as much as each exponent to decide on the most effective self defense moves that suite along with his or her needs.