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noir88 - 24/09/2011 11:30 AM
#1181

Quote:
Original Posted By tenshin_shoden
Salut buat synergy pekanbaru
Mulai berjah dan terdengar dipekanbaru kiprahnya
Salut buat pelatihnya steve wardi
Salut buat murudnya yg baru saja memenangkan His 1st MMA debut

Maju terus synergy pekanbaru

Yg tertarik ikut synergy pekanbaru
Ini jadwalnya dan lokasi
Jl sudirman 40A
Selasa Gi
Jumat no gi
Minggu MMA


malu saya dulu dilatih oleh Steve Wardi waktu dia masih stay di Jakarta
Ronyfang - 25/09/2011 12:19 AM
#1182
Synergy Pekanbaru
Bro tenshin_shoden, Synergy pekanbaru alamatnya bukan Jl. Sudirman. Alamat benernya Jl. Jendral. Naaaahh...... Ini dia... Gw lupa no brp. Hahahahahahaha
noir88 - 25/09/2011 01:11 AM
#1183

Quote:
Original Posted By Ronyfang
Bro tenshin_shoden, Synergy pekanbaru alamatnya bukan Jl. Sudirman. Alamat benernya Jl. Jendral. Naaaahh...... Ini dia... Gw lupa no brp. Hahahahahahaha


Wkwkwk kayany nick ini ada di HP ane deh.... Synergy Jiujitsu
Ronyfang - 25/09/2011 11:01 AM
#1184

noir88: hahahahaha ketahuan 'ntar lu broooo. Gw kagak tanggung jawab. Synergy Jiujitsu
sangpencuri - 26/09/2011 12:24 AM
#1185

di BSD ta ada yak?
andyazis - 26/09/2011 09:35 AM
#1186

di BSD dulu sempat ada tp karena sepi akhirnya utk sementara tutup
jika ada 5 orang yg berminat bisa dibuka lagi

utk sementara kita yg masih tersissa ingin buat klub yg saling sharing
tp masih terkendala tempat

jika berminat bisa pm saya
sangpencuri - 26/09/2011 09:48 AM
#1187

Quote:
Original Posted By andyazis
di BSD dulu sempat ada tp karena sepi akhirnya utk sementara tutup
jika ada 5 orang yg berminat bisa dibuka lagi

utk sementara kita yg masih tersissa ingin buat klub yg saling sharing
tp masih terkendala tempat

jika berminat bisa pm saya

iyah.. kmrn sempet coba datengin yg di madrid BSD ternyata udah tutup.. ok deh gan.. THX infonya..
andyazis - 26/09/2011 10:41 AM
#1188
Synergy Bintaro
Synergy Bintaro

Jl. Raya Jombang Raya, Sekolah SD Auliya
(dekat perempatan lampu merah jalan Elang yang ke arah taman makam)

Tiap Minggu jam 15.30 - 17.30

Instruktur : Slamet Riyadi (Blue Belt)
noir88 - 26/09/2011 11:52 AM
#1189

Quote:
Original Posted By Ronyfang
noir88: hahahahaha ketahuan 'ntar lu broooo. Gw kagak tanggung jawab. Synergy Jiujitsu


Yb ga ada yang tau kayanya bro... hahaha...
sinflux - 10/10/2011 04:29 PM
#1190
BJJ Class@ Jakarta Selatan
Halo Mas bro,

Numpang tanya, untuk daerah Jakarta Selatan/Pusat (Sudirman, Thamrin & Kuningan) ada yg buka kelas BJJ ?

Thnx
noir88 - 13/10/2011 10:32 PM
#1191

Quote:
Original Posted By sinflux
Halo Mas bro,

Numpang tanya, untuk daerah Jakarta Selatan/Pusat (Sudirman, Thamrin & Kuningan) ada yg buka kelas BJJ ?

Thnx


JAKARTA - SOUTH

Synergy Syena (Syena Gym)
Blok M Square 1st Fl.
Jl. Melawai Raya, Kebayoran Baru
Schedule: TTH 19.00 – 20.30, MWF 20.30 – 22.00
Women's Class: MF 17.30 – 19.00. Kids Class: TTH 16.00 – 17.30
Instructor: Fransino Tirta (Purple Belt), Stefer Rahardian (Blue Belt)
& Leo Krishna (Blue Belt), Faustine Gunawan (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 815 964 0058/+62 878 8711 1860/+62 817 911 1921/+62 811 999979

Synergy Rebel (Rebel Gym)
Dharmawangsa Square 2nd Fl.
Jl. Dharmawangsa VI, Kebayoran
Schedule: MTH 19.15 – 21.00
Instructor: Irwan Hermawan (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 878 7709 6710

Synergy Cibubur
Komplex Ruko Mansion Avenue No.62
Kota Wisata, Cibubur
Schedule: MWTH 19.15 – 21.00, Kids: 17.15 – 19.00
Instructor: Stanley Pesik (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 816 111 3808

Synergy Bintaro
Jl. Raya Jombang No.1, Bintaro-Pd
Aren-Kota Tangerang Selatan
Schedule: SU 15.30 – 17.00
Instructor: Slamet Ryadi (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 813 1961 6397

JAKARTA - CENTRAL

Synergy Pecenongan (Sasung Dojang)
ITF Taewondo Building
Jl. Batu Tulis Raya No. 27A, Pecenongan
Schedule: TH 17.30 – 19.30
Instructor: Hardian Kristiady (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 856 857 1617


tuh saya copas dari websitenya hehehe... semoga membantu gan...
chickychips - 16/10/2011 11:31 PM
#1192

misi gan, numpang nanya nih. di webnya ada synergy di bekasi timur

Synergy Warrior Pride (Pride Academy)
Portius Fitness Center 2nd Fl.
Jl. Pahlawan No.52, Perumnas 3
Bekasi Timur
Schedule: THSU 20.00 – 22.00
Instructor: Hiro Yogaswara (White Belt)
Tel: +62 852 1947 9911

itu fee nya perbulan berapa ye gan, pake biaya pendaftaraan kah ??
thanks \)
5element - 17/10/2011 10:43 PM
#1193

Quote:
Original Posted By Ronyfang
Bro tenshin_shoden, Synergy pekanbaru alamatnya bukan Jl. Sudirman. Alamat benernya Jl. Jendral. Naaaahh...... Ini dia... Gw lupa no brp. Hahahahahahaha


belum ada nomornya tuh,, kan tempatnya baru jadi tuh,,,
jl. jenderal habis dari mesjid mujahiddin kan,,, malu

salam boy...
suck_007 - 22/10/2011 12:25 AM
#1194

Manteb,begitu gabung ama synergy pekanbaru,kalahin musuh ngak perlu capek2 tinggal take down,hahahhahaa yg comment di atas saya sapa ya?
bayibayilover - 26/10/2011 11:11 AM
#1195

Quote:
Original Posted By tenshin_shoden
wah?
ada yang cidera? kok bisa? nanti saya cari tahu tapi ini beberapa tips agar tidak cidera dalam sparring BJJ, saya dapet dari "juragan setiabudi" bramono"houdini"Lunardi

In the Bali seminar in August, the great Royler Gracie demonstrated a "miracle" escape from the triangle choke.

He tapped.

The message was clear: injuries aren't worth it – and that goes for everyone.

We want BJJ to be a positive force in the world. Take the advice of the Jedi Master's Jedi Master, Yoda. Don't let the Dark Side of the Force win.

These points will help

Check your ego at the door
Take care of your training partners
Don't crank submissions and give your opponent a chance to tap
Tap early
Take extra care when training with newbies, women (if you're a man), or people much lighter than you.
For women, newbies, or both, choose your training partners carefully
Dangerous moves to be careful with in training.

BOTTOM LINE: Check your ego at the door.

"Ego is the BJJ demon," says our very own Jedi Master Niko Han. It's something we all struggle with, all of the time, at every stage of BJJ, on and off the mat.
Ego can slow down learning, make us bad training partners, and most of all, highly potential to be downright dangerous.
Ego is what makes someone crank a submission.
Ego is what stops someone from tapping when they should.
Ego is what makes you slam your training partner
Please note, the ego does not mean you're arrogant or sombong. It can just mean you're afraid of losing, have to "win" every roll (even though it's not a competition), especially with those you perceive to be less skillful or physically weaker. The ego is also what stops you from rolling with certain people for fear of losing.
So please, as far as you can, leave your ego at the door during training.

Point no. 1: Take care of your training partners
We are here, coming together for a common goal: to get better TOGETHER AS A TEAM.

As a team, it matters a lot less whether we win or lose during training sessions. What matters is to improve ourselves, physically and mentally. Take the opportunity to practice different moves that you're not too comfortable with, to practice with different body types, people with different strategies, and different skill levels.
As a team, we are expected to throw away our egos and help each other. For instance, the more experienced students letting the least experienced try some of the moves just being taught (and try different defenses and escapes), giving them chance to practice their defense and escapes, and guide them on when to tap.
In relation to injury to training partner or yourselves, think of the following consequences:
a. Injuring a training partner means you will have less people to train with, as people will be reluctant to train with an 'unsafe' training partner
b. Injuring a training partner mean you expose the club to certain degree of reputational risk
c. Getting injured means medical bills to pay and reduced efficiency during our day-to-day work, which potentially affect the total income of the injured individual

So, as a team, we don't beat the crap out of each other to satisfy our individual ego. As a team, we help each other get better, regardless what level you are in.

Point no. 2: Don't crank submissions and give your opponent a chance to tap.

This leads on from Ego. Cranking submissions and/or doing super-fast submissions which doesn't give your opponent a chance to tap. We've all either done it or had it done. All of us hate to lose, but not giving your opponent to tap means that you put your training partners in danger. Moreover, it is a sign of lack of mastery in technique - as mastery of technique means control - which means knowing how much, how to apply the force, and when to stop.

If you are about to apply a technique which you are not too familiar on how to control it, then do it slowly and take a lot of extra care when applying it. If you end up in an awkward position with a potential submission, then be careful and don't move too fast, or you might give your training partner a submission without giving them a chance to submit (since you don't realise it's a submission)

Point no. 3: Tap early
Training is training. You can always tap. Sometimes injuries happen because a person won't tap, because, yes, you guessed it. The ego.
Tap early. Save your joints. It's not worth breaking bones or joints. You'll fight another day instead of going for physio for at least the next 6 weeks.
Tapping doesn't mean you suck. It means that you have a lion's heart to admit your weakness, improve it, and be a better player
Tapping means you can train on the next day, reflect on what happened, and close that weakness at a faster rate, as you will stop training if injured

Point no. 4: Take extra care when training with newbies, women (if you're a man), or people much lighter than you.
If you're more experienced and/or heavier and stronger, you probably have an advantage. But you might still want to "win" the roll, so you go hard. So, as much as the art is designed for the weak to triumph against the strong, you have to take extra care under these circumstances.

Firstly, with people physically weaker than you. Consider this: 60kg fighter against a 80kg fighter. If we have 80kg fighter on top, the 60kg fighter is pressed against 1.33 times his weight, while if we reverse the position, the fighter on the bottom will only have 0.75 times of his own bodyweight pressed against him. You see how the pressure to the lighter person's bodyweight is multiplied? So, take into consideration of this factor when fighting against lighter training partners.

Secondly, newbies. The newbies tend to lack the experience to know dangerous positions and sometimes might not tap in time, or even, diving into dangerous positions not intended to happen. If you think it's dangerous, let them go and start again.

Thirdly, Women, as they tend to have lighter bones , smaller bodies, and weaker pound-per-pound against most men.
Please understand (if you're a man), a BJJ or any martial arts environment can be an intimidating place for a woman. That's why men generally outnumber women 10 to 1. Ironically, as any martial art is designed for the weak to triumph over the strong, women probably need it the most.
So, when training with these three groups (even more so if a person is included to more than one of these groups), use it as a chance to train your technique, sensitivity, reflexes, and finesse (detil2 halus).

Point no. 5: For women, newbies, or both, choose your training partners carefully.
Most of you know this already, but you really have to know who you're rolling with. Senior grades, people who've been training a long time, are usually safer to train with. White belts and new guys, even if they are nice, might end up hurting you out of inexperience.

In addition, although it has been pointed out on point 4, please make sure that you are comfortable with your training partner. Despite the fact that we have put certain levels of safety standards into our class, some tend to be safer training partners than others, and you can observe during training.
Take BOTH of these factors into account when choosing your training partner

Point no. 6: Dangerous moves to be careful with in training.
I'm not saying don't do these moves, but apply them with extra care to your training partners. Make sure you know when to stop to give your opponent chance to tap:
Armbar from the mount
Americana
Kimura from guard, side control, or any time.
Heel hooks
Knee bars
Neck cranks (often illegal, anyway). Note that a slight difference in some chokes can result in neck cranks (eg: side choke, guilloutine choke)

Final Thoughts
As a closing remark, safety is always paramount in our class, even more so since we are learning a lethal art. Having said so, I would like to highlight that any action showing gross negligence on safety of others, or any intentional harm toward others, will not be tolerated to ensure a safe and enjoyable training environment for everyone.

Our club is named "Synergy". Synergy means that team members help each other improve, not about who's the king of the hill. Synergy means taking care of each other during training, so that your training partner can improve and push you even further and able to make you a better fighter.

SO TRAIN HARD AND TRAIN SMART



Ini tips yg sangat penting
dickdoank - 31/10/2011 07:47 PM
#1196

ISC di citos tanggal 19 ato 20 nov ya?
noir88 - 08/11/2011 09:27 AM
#1197

Quote:
Original Posted By dickdoank
ISC di citos tanggal 19 ato 20 nov ya?


tanggal 19 November gan... Yb
hadouken - 18/11/2011 07:59 PM
#1198

Quote:
Original Posted By andyazis
di BSD dulu sempat ada tp karena sepi akhirnya utk sementara tutup
jika ada 5 orang yg berminat bisa dibuka lagi

utk sementara kita yg masih tersissa ingin buat klub yg saling sharing
tp masih terkendala tempat
jika berminat bisa pm saya

Quote:
Original Posted By sangpencuri
di BSD ta ada yak?

wah.... klo ada yang di BSD, saya jg minat nie. kebetulan saya kerja di deket Teraskota...
Quote:
Original Posted By noir88
JAKARTA - SOUTH

Synergy Syena (Syena Gym)
Blok M Square 1st Fl.
Jl. Melawai Raya, Kebayoran Baru
Schedule: TTH 19.00 – 20.30, MWF 20.30 – 22.00
Women's Class: MF 17.30 – 19.00. Kids Class: TTH 16.00 – 17.30
Instructor: Fransino Tirta (Purple Belt), Stefer Rahardian (Blue Belt)
& Leo Krishna (Blue Belt), Faustine Gunawan (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 815 964 0058/+62 878 8711 1860/+62 817 911 1921/+62 811 999979

Synergy Rebel (Rebel Gym)
Dharmawangsa Square 2nd Fl.
Jl. Dharmawangsa VI, Kebayoran
Schedule: MTH 19.15 – 21.00
Instructor: Irwan Hermawan (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 878 7709 6710

Synergy Bintaro
Jl. Raya Jombang No.1, Bintaro-Pd
Aren-Kota Tangerang Selatan
Schedule: SU 15.30 – 17.00
Instructor: Slamet Ryadi (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 813 1961 6397

JAKARTA - CENTRAL

Synergy Pecenongan (Sasung Dojang)
ITF Taewondo Building
Jl. Batu Tulis Raya No. 27A, Pecenongan
Schedule: TH 17.30 – 19.30
Instructor: Hardian Kristiady (Blue Belt)
Tel: +62 856 857 1617


tuh saya copas dari websitenya hehehe... semoga membantu gan...

Gan, ane boleh tau untuk yang di Bintaro, Dharmawangsa, Blok M, sama yang di kemanggisan (Palmerah), latihannya Sebulan berapa kali? trus biaya bulanannya berapa? di PM jg gpp, trims sebelumnya \)
noir88 - 25/11/2011 01:58 PM
#1199

Quote:
Original Posted By hadouken
wah.... klo ada yang di BSD, saya jg minat nie. kebetulan saya kerja di deket Teraskota...

Gan, ane boleh tau untuk yang di Bintaro, Dharmawangsa, Blok M, sama yang di kemanggisan (Palmerah), latihannya Sebulan berapa kali? trus biaya bulanannya berapa? di PM jg gpp, trims sebelumnya \)


PM Sent
drago17 - 28/11/2011 01:08 PM
#1200

up date dong sabuk warna yang baru dan yang lama nya.....
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