Mis à jour : 11 août 2020
How To Perform Wrist Control Submission Self Defense Technique Standing or from Ground Position
WRIST CONTROL SUBMISSION ORDINARY GRIP
For this lesson, your opponent stands facing you holding up both hands with the backs toward you.
Seize the opponent's right hand placing your thumbs on the back and your fingers on his palm.
The first photo shows the hold made with the strength of the fingers and thumbs only which is a weak method.
WRIST CONTROL SUBMISSION STRONG GRIP
Hold his hand not with finger and thumb only but with the palm and the third joint of
the thumb. It is a sort of clinging grip, its power comes from the palm of the hand as well as the
ends of the thumbs and fingers. Try different variations until you get it.
WRIST CONTROL SUBMISSION TWISTING RIGHT WRIST
Slowly pull his hand to your left twisting his wrist until you have him in this position.
This will cause him considerable pain. Continue to twist his wrist, however, until the pain causes him to quit.
When he is unable to bear it he will give the signal of defeat by tapping his left hand twice on his chest and you will instantly release him.
WRIST CONTROL SUBMISSION TWISTING LEFT WRIST
Take the same grip on his left hand and twist in the same way to your right, slowly, until
he gives the signal of defeat.
As you release each hand he returns to position fig. 4 for you to continue the practice.
Repeat until you can seize either hand without hesitation and make him quit.
This technique can be performed from a standing environment as well as various ground positions. It can be performed one-handed if the opponent's arm is extended and your is close to your core.
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