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Virtual Silat - Web Based Coaching Service

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The “Virtual Silat” is an online web based coaching services that provide the platform for all martial arts fans and practitioners all around the world to learn Malay martial arts via internet.

The purpose of the coaching system is to provide the step by step silat training for the students to follow and practice based on the manual, video series and test specification for the course.

It also meant as guide to teach the self-defense technique using the original Seni Silat Malaysia approach.

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Virtual Silat - Web Based Coaching Service

  1. 1. Mohamad Nizam MOHAMED SHAPIE1, 2 , Sarimah ISMAIL1 , Mohd Shahiid ELIAS2 and Mohd Zairul MISRON1 1 Faculty of Sport Science and Recreations, UiTM Shah Alam, Malaysia 2 Seni Gayung Fatani Malaysia Association 3 Faculty of Information Management, UiTM Puncak Alam, Malaysia Dr. Mohamad Nizam Mohamed Shapie nizam7907@salam.uitm.edu.my +6 03-5544 2928 +6 017-344 6272 contact To provide the step by step silat training (online coaching system) for the students to follow and practice based on the manual, video series and test specification for the course. To facilitate the students to practice martial arts regardless of where they live. OBJECTIVES The “Virtual Silat” is an online web based coaching services that provide the platform to all martial arts fans and practitioners all around the world to learn Malay martial arts via internet. The purpose of the coaching system is to provide the step by step silat training for the students to follow and practice based on the manual, video series and test specification for the course. It also meant as guide to teach the self-defense technique using the original Seni Silat Malaysia approach. The manual covers the basis of silat which known as Bunga. It is a form of silat movements or format that consists of seven steps (langkah) which are serung, tunjang, terus, undur, ereng, silat and samping. The Bunga teaches the students how to master the defensive and striking position in silat movements. The videos were divided to three sections which are the functions of bunga in self-defense, the basis of hand strikes and the action plan to master the bunga in seven days. The students interacted with the instructor via email or media social (e.g. Facebook) for any question arose during their training. The silat coaching system is tailored to meet the current trend of using the internet approach in teaching and learning compared to conventional silat that required the guru, training center and the students. The aim is to facilitate the students to practice martial arts regardless of where they live. The students who pass will receive a certificate of achievement after the guru evaluates the video footage they submitted for evaluation purposes. ABSTRACT The product has been commercialized online with most of the clients outside Malaysia such as USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Puerto Rico and etc. Study showed that regards to organised sport in particular, martial arts come in second place after soccer and were regarded as one of the most important new trends in sports participation. COMMERCIAL VALUES RM Promoting the Malay martial arts (SILAT) to the international level. Providing training to those who interested in Silat but did not get the opportunity to learn it due to the constrains of time, money and distance. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The silat coaching system is tailored to meet the current trend of using the internet approach in teaching and learning compared to conventional silat that required the guru, training centre and the students. The students can practice Silat step-by-step aswhatthe students in Malaysia learned with their guru regardless of where they live (as long as there is internet connection). novelty 1. Anuar, A.W. (1992). Teknik dalam Seni Silat Melayu (Technique in Malay Silat). Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. 2. Anuar, A.W. (1993). Silat Olahraga (2nd edn.). The art, technique and regulations. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. 3. Birrer, R. B. (1996). Trauma epidemiology in the martial arts, The result of an eighteen-year international survey. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 24, 72-79. references NEW!

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