This is a sequel to the self-defense fighting cheats (11) has been released 55 tricks, the method is simple and effective, hurry up and collect it.
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Fifty-one, praying mantis in the way
1. The enemy holds us together with both arms from in front of us (Figure 51-1).
2. Our side suddenly hugged the enemy with both hands, and at the same time the body sank, ready to raise the left knee to attack the enemy’s crotch (Figure 51-2).
3. Immediately after the upward movement, our arms forcefully pull the enemy closer, and at the same time slam the enemy’s crotch with the left knee (Figure 51-3).
4. The enemy’s crotch was hit and had to let go; Taking advantage of the enemy’s release, our side pushed the enemy with both hands, causing the enemy to fall backwards (Figure 51-4).
52. Pulling grass and looking for snakes
1. The enemy strangles our neck with his right arm from behind our back; We quickly grabbed the enemy’s right forearm and pulled it down forcefully, adducting the jaw to protect the neck from locking (Figure 52-1).
2. Immediately following the upward movement, our side quickly flashes to the right, and at the same time slashes the enemy’s crotch back with the left palm, and prepares to retreat with the left foot (Figure 52-2).
3. Taking advantage of the unbearable pain and distraction in the enemy’s crotch, our left foot quickly straddled behind the enemy and our left hand crossed in front of the enemy (Figure 52-3).
4. Immediately afterwards, our left elbow swept backwards, forcing the enemy to fall backwards out of balance (Figure 52-4).
Fifty-three, the elbow is freed
1. The enemy grabs our right wrist with both hands from our front in an attempt to control our right arm (Figure 53-1).
2. We quickly form a claw with our left hand and slam forward to grab the enemy’s face in an attempt to force him to let go (Figure 53-2).
3. But the enemy leaned back and flashed our left claw, and both hands still grasped our right wrist; Taking advantage of the enemy’s rear flash, our side quickly entered the left foot, turned the body to the right, and locked the enemy’s arms tightly with the right arm (Figure 53-3).
4. Immediately following the upward movement, our body continues to turn to the right and press down, forcing the enemy to fall or lock the enemy’s right elbow and subdue the enemy (Figure 53-4).
54. Wrist locking
1. The enemy stops us from behind and holds us in the hope of infringing (Figure 54-1).
2. Our side immediately grabbed the enemy’s right wrist with our left hand and twisted it forcefully (Figure 54-2).
3. Immediately afterwards, our right hand extends from the bend of the enemy’s elbow, grabs our left wrist, and completes the wrist lock (Figure 54-3).
4. Immediately following the upward movement, our side quickly turned around, twisted the enemy’s right arm, and subdued the enemy with the momentum of twisting the arm (Figure 54-4).
55. Break the wrists
1. The enemy grabs our left and right wrists with both hands from the front of us (Figure 55-1).
2. We quickly crouch, retract our arms, and pull our elbows down sharply in front of our lower abdomen to force the enemy’s body forward (Figure 55-2).
3. Keep moving upward, our legs are suddenly straightened, our bodies are upright, and our arms are raised to free ourselves from the grip of the enemy’s hands (Figure 55-3).
56. Elbow relief from pressure
1. Step forward and left in the direction of the enemy and choke our throat with your left hand (Figure 56-1).
2. Our left hand immediately grabs the enemy’s left wrist, the right hand grasps his left elbow joint, and the right foot strides behind the enemy’s left leg (Figure 56-2).
3. Immediately afterwards, we turn sharply to the left, pull the left hand outward, and press the enemy’s left elbow joint with the right hand to press the enemy down (Figure 56-3).
4. After the enemy is forced to fall to the ground, our hands continue to lock and press the enemy’s left elbow and wrist joints, and at the same time press the enemy’s armpit or shoulder with the right knee to capture the enemy (Figure 56-4).
2. Without stopping, we simultaneously hit the enemy’s right elbow bend with our left forearm or wrist, forcing his right arm to bend (Figure 58-2).
3. Immediately afterwards, our left hand is placed behind the enemy’s right forearm, grasp our right forearm, and tighten our elbow towards the body (Figure 58-3).
4. We then quickly bent down to crush the enemy’s right arm, forcing him to fall backwards and lose the dagger in his right hand, thereby subduing the enemy (Figure 58-4).
59. Whirlwind falling knife
1. The enemy holds the dagger in his right hand and forces us head-on, intending to invade (Figure 59-1).
2. The enemy suddenly steps up to the right and stabs our abdomen with a dagger; Our hands immediately crossed and struck downwards at the enemy’s right wrist or right forearm to block the enemy’s dagger (Figure 59-2).
3. Without stopping, our hands firmly jam the enemy’s right wrist, turn to the left with the left foot as the axis, and at the same time raise the enemy’s knife-holding hand upwards and step directly down the enemy’s arm (Figure 59-3).
4. Immediately following the upward movement, we quickly bend over and violently break the enemy’s arm forward and down, and throw it down (Figure 59-2).
60. The fierce wind is extinguished
1. The enemy holds the dagger in his right hand and wants to stab us in the abdomen (Figure 60-1).
2. When the enemy picks up our abdomen, we quickly jump back half a step to avoid the enemy’s blade, while crossing our hands to block the enemy’s right wrist or right forearm to block the enemy’s dagger (Figure 60-2).
3. Immediately after the upward movement, our side immediately grasps the enemy’s arm with the left hand, and at the same time grabs his right wrist with the right hand, and then places the left thumb on the back of the enemy’s hand (Figure 60-3).
4. Immediately afterwards, our side twisted the enemy’s wrist to the left and pressed it to the side of his forearm, forcing the enemy to fall to the ground (Figure 60-4).