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Getting more than a kick out of silat

Straits Times Online, 8 September 2015


Ms Haziqah Haron executing a flying kick, more often seen when pesilats engage in choreographed fights. Practising silat helps strengthen core and leg muscles, which can aid in everyday tasks such as lifting items. As silat is a contact sport, care must be taken to avoid unnecessary injuries.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

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