Cimande (pronounced "chee-mahn-deh") is a Sunda style of pencak silat from the Cimande river in West Java, Indonesia. Considered one of the mother arts of all silat,[who?] it is among the main Sundanese fighting styles, the others being cikaret and cikalong. Cimande is mainly based on striking with the arms and hands, with limited but effective kicks. Conditioning of the forearms, using similar methods to the iron palm training found in Chinese martial arts[citation needed], allows the cimande practitioner to deliver crippling counter-attacks to an opponent's arms and head.
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