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#94221 - 08/24/03 11:08 PM Re: Strangles and Chokes
Chen Zen Offline
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Yoseikan, blocking is everything that you described but it is also being able to stop an opponents strike with the force of your block. Sure it hurts, sometimes, but not as much as getting nailed in the face, which hurts most of the time.

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#94222 - 08/26/03 04:05 PM Re: Strangles and Chokes
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More choke/strangles

How do you get out of a side headlock/guillotine choke?

Budo.

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#94223 - 08/27/03 11:02 PM Re: Strangles and Chokes
Chen Zen Offline
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With a finger to the eye or hooked fingers to the nose and pull back. Surprisingly enough if you put them in a headlock with you (at least unexperienced fighters) will forget about the headlock on you and focus on removing the one on them. This is your chance for escape.

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#94224 - 09/10/03 10:48 PM Re: Strangles and Chokes
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by judderman:
More choke/strangles

How do you get out of a side headlock/guillotine choke?

Budo.
[/QUOTE]

guillotine-place bent arm so elbow is braced against your body, palm is on their thigh. This places body weight on your arm, their leg. Make sure you get chin tucked.They hopefully will not have strength to hold you up long, as they drop you back down take advantage of their weight shift.

side headlock-reach arm that is closest to them around body-trap arm by elbow to keep from getting hit in face. Slap groin with other hand(distraction).As you do the groin strike,reach hand trapping elbow up under their chin or nose,other hand goes behind knee. stand straight up as hand on head pushes back, hand behind knee comes forward and up. If done correctly they land on their head.


[This message has been edited by nekogami13 (edited 09-10-2003).]

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#94225 - 09/27/03 03:36 PM Re: Strangles and Chokes
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Iíve found that in dealing with chokes from behind when on the ground the best defence is to face the ground and get your rear end as high as possible. The resulting position is your butt in the air, feet flat on the ground firmly planted under your hips and your head to the ground. The attacker then needs to deal with gravity (even if his heals are hooked in). Usually the attacker slides forward and relieves most of the pressure from the choke.
Give it a try and point out any weaknesses with the technique.
-bottoms up!

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