Indian Pencak Silat- Rules and Regulations
The rivalries are completed as per the class rules managed in the rivalry guidelines and directed by affirmed the legitimate and substantial specialized authority of rivalries.
Pencak Silat competitions categories comprise of:
- TANDING (Match)
- TUNGGAL (Single)
- GANDA (Double)
- REGU (Team)
Meaning of Each Category
TANDING (Match): is the classification of Pencak Silat rivalry that stands up to 2(two) Pesilat from various groups. Both of the teams/groups stand up to one another by utilizing the components of self-protection and assaulting, for example, shielding/abstaining from/hitting/assaulting the objective and dropping the rival; the utilization of rivalry strategies and strategies, endurance and perseverance, and battling soul, utilizing the standards and utilizing the wealth of development of procedures,
TUNGGAL (Single): is the classification of Pencak Silat rivalry performed by one Pesilat that plays out his expertise in Jurus Tunggal Baku (Single Compulsory Movement), precisely and solidly, complete profoundly with void hands and with weapons as indicated by rules and guidelines apply for Tunggal classification.
GANDA (Double): is the classification of Pencak Silat rivalry which stands up to two Pesilat of a similar group that performs specialized abilities rich in assaulting – cautious development of Pencak Silat. The development of the assaulting cautious development is performed with an all-around arranged, compelling, aesthetical, ground-breaking, and in a precise arrangement, with void hands or with weapons as indicated by rules and guidelines apply for Ganda class.
REGU (Team): is the class of Pencak Silat rivalry which is performed by 3 (three) Pesilat from a similar group depicting their aptitudes in obligatory development effectively, precisely, immovably, complete with articulation, synchronize and conservative with void hands as indicated by rules and guidelines apply for Regu class.
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