Baringin Sakti
Harimau Style

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    Harimau is defined as "tiger" in Indonesia. The Harimau exponent, on the ground, tigerlike, has five foundations-his two feet, two hands, and his back which can be an advantage against his opponent who only has 2 feet for standing. In executing the ground tactics, the Harimau fighter find his legs most important. Postures, body movement, attack and defense tactics, all depend on strong and flexible legs. The Harimau fighter possessed of exceptional developed legs. This style is deceptive and many an upright attacker is surprised by quick defeat. The ground-hugging Harimau fighter is evasive and clever. The speed and power of his legs and feet can demolish an ordinary upright defense.

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