Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Theory and Technique by Gracie R., Gracie R., Danaher J.

By Gracie R., Gracie R., Danaher J.

Over the past decade, the martial arts international has seemed to cutting edge combined martial arts competitions similar to the final word combating Championship to figure out which combating sort is the easiest. those contests have many times proven the grappling sort of martial arts, headed via Brazilian jiu-jitsu, to dominate. The Brazilian jiu-jitsu variety stems from the idea, garnered from research of exact highway fights, that the end result of any struggle is determined at the flooring. whereas such a lot martial arts deal purely with the preliminary punching and kicking phases of strive against, Brazilian jiu-jitsu concentrates on flooring wrestle. This consultant indicates tips on how to use Brazilian jiu-jitsu to extend strive against effectiveness. images and step by step directions express how one can grasp the innovations utilized in this fascinating new kind of wrestle.

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G E O F F 62 T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S Chokes and strangles - From under the Scarf Hold Over under strangle Wrap your right arm over the opponent’s head and under his body towards his chest, make sure that the bone of the wrist runs along his side neck muscle. Feed your left arm under his body so that you can couple up with the opposite hand. Once interlinked pull tightly to make the choke, even if it does not completely secure the KO it will force the opponent to move and give you an escape route to follow.

What I always do, and I use this technique a lot, is dig my middle finger firstly into the cheek of the opponent, about a couple of cm’s from the opening of his mouth, and pull. As G E O F F 34 T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S Attacking from your back his face turns I then hook the finger into the very corner of his mouth. This is one of the strongest techniques that I have found - once the finger is firmly hooked and pulled the fight is usually over. In theory you’d think that, once in the mouth, the opponent could easily bite, but in practice it is nearly impossible because you rip the lip away from the teeth so biting is no longer an option.

It needs to be practised because the opponent will easily pull his head free if you do not secure it very quickly. G E O F F 62 T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S Chokes and strangles - From under the Scarf Hold Over under strangle Wrap your right arm over the opponent’s head and under his body towards his chest, make sure that the bone of the wrist runs along his side neck muscle. Feed your left arm under his body so that you can couple up with the opposite hand. Once interlinked pull tightly to make the choke, even if it does not completely secure the KO it will force the opponent to move and give you an escape route to follow.

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