kung fu moves · 06/16/2023

5 tricks of head and neck grappling

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The head and neck is one of the key parts of the human body, and its importance is self-evident. The head and neck are also often kilogramed targets in combat combat.

6 sets of practical combat uses of head and neck grappling have been compiled for the reference of martial arts fighting enthusiasts.

In the following icons, the person with the leggings is the enemy.

First, the golden boy grappling

Confrontation between enemies and us; The enemy strikes our head with a right straight fist in the upper right step, and we use the right lunge and the left hand to slap the enemy’s right forearm inward to defuse the enemy’s right fist attack (Figure 1).

Then we slide forward to the enemy’s right outside side, lean against the enemy’s body and pin the enemy’s right leg with our right leg, and at the same time press the enemy’s hip with our right hip, twist the waist to the left, quickly hug the enemy’s neck from the front to the back with the right arm, grab the enemy’s hair with the left hand and pull it backwards, forcing the enemy to be forced to capture due to severe pain (Figure 2).

When using this move, our body must be tightly attached to the enemy’s body to prevent the enemy from counterattacking with his elbow.

This move can also be changed to a “wipe the neck and don’t fall on the leg” action, we pin the opponent’s right leg with our right leg, pull the enemy’s hair down with our left hand, and push the enemy’s neck back with our right arm to fall the enemy.

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Second, the oriole pinched

Both sides of the enemy stand and confront each other in a left-hand fighting style; The enemy punched me in the chest with a straight left hand, and we immediately slid forward and approached, blocked the enemy’s left forearm with our right hand to defuse the enemy’s left fist attack, grabbed the enemy’s left wrist, and then stretched out our left hand to pinch the enemy’s throat with five fingers, forcing the enemy to suffocate and beg for mercy (Fig. 3).

The throat is distributed with carotid arteries and trachea, which are easy to suffocate after being pinched and hung up, so the strength of pinching the enemy should be moderate.

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Third, the old woman ends the lamp

I met the enemy face to face, and our side struck preemptively; We stepped up and approached, and at the same time grabbed the enemy’s cheeks with the five fingers of both hands, and forcefully tore and twisted the enemy’s head, so that the enemy’s side was injured and the cervical spine was severely painful beyond its rotation range, thus forcing the enemy to submit and capture (Figure 4).

The cervical spine is also limited in the area where it is forbidden to be hit in the ring, and it is dangerous to dislocate it, so this move uses the gills rather than the head wrench, so that the face is severely painful and begging for mercy when forcing the enemy’s cervical spine to rotate.

4. Hold the baby

Our side quietly approached the enemy from behind the enemy, then quickly stepped up and approached, so that our body was close to the enemy’s back, and then the right foot between the enemy’s feet, while the right arm forwarded to hug the enemy’s neck, the left hand pressed the back of the enemy’s head forward and down, the right hand followed the trend to hold its left arm on the left side, and the arms together locked the enemy’s head and neck, forcing the enemy to submit (Figure 5).

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5. Double snake spit letters

This is also a move to actively capture the enemy behind a move. When our side detects that the enemy is in front, we quickly step up and approach, put our own abdomen against the enemy’s body, then put our right foot between the enemy’s feet, and at the same time put our right crotch against the enemy’s hip, and then our arms are stretched forward under the enemy’s armpit and pierced upward, and then our hands push forward and down against the back of the enemy’s head, so that the enemy can be captured (Figure 6).