Grappling (Go too gi): Side position #01-05.

Grappling (Go too gi): Side position #01-05.


Grappling techniques.
Number 01 to 05 Welcome, I am Kuksanim Hector
Contreras, Chief instructor of
the HwaRangDo Chile Academy I will show you five grappling
techniques; these are simple
yet very effective In the technique #1, I will grab
and lock the forearm. First, I put my body-weight
over the opponent, like in a
shooting-prone position Lowering my center of mass,
and thereby, restricting the
breathing of my opponent suffocating him Second, I place my elbow right
next to his ear I grab his forearm, and twist
his wrist, making an angle. Then I pass my hand below his
arm and carefully I pull it in a
diagonal direction More detail on the lock. I grab
his wrist, place my other hand Then, I can twist my wrist,
I can raise my other wrist,
I can raise both wrists or I can lower his arm
completely, using it as a lever,
and pulling Technique #2, is when his arm is
facing downwards. I am wrestling with my opponent,
he puts his arm on the ground,
I catch his wrist Making an angle downwards.
I bring his arm closer Then I twist my hip, creating
torque in direction to his back I can do it by carrying my
weight, or just by using the
arm as lever Technique #3, is making an
angle on the elbow. I pass my arm below his nape,
and I grab his elbow I lower my hip, and from there,
I start pulling. If the opponent is too flexible,
I twist my hip, and apply
pressure on his cervical spine The technique #3 consists
mostly of an extension of
the pectoral muscle, but we are also applying
a lever on it With the lever his body tents to
rise, I prevent that rising by
by locking him By grabbing his elbow, and
gently pulling.
That was technique #3. Technique #4, when my
opponent flexes the leg, I catch his ankle, and I pull,
making an angle, but this time,
I also lower my elbow If he is too flexible, I grab
with both hands, and pull.
That was technique #4. Technique #5, is when I want to
mount my opponent. On side position, my opponent
raises his knee, I immediately
block that movement, and advance to mount position,
I can also hook his legs,
or just lock. I place my hand below his nape,
and with the other hand I make
a biceps concentration curl find stable support on the
ground and lower my body center Simultaneously, applying
pressure with all of my body,
plus the shoulders, and head. If the opponent pulls back his
arm, or his neck is too strong
for me, I simply grab his forearm and
return to the side position.
Immediately applying a lever Those were the most basic
grappling techniques in
HwaRangDo Sulsa Thanks for watching!

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