The shoulder joint is the joint with the largest range of motion in the human body, and can move such as adduction, abduction, forward flexion, backward extension and rotation. However, because it has a large range of motion and belongs to a typical ball-and-socket joint, it is most prone to injury, such as violent twisting from side to side or pulling backward beyond normal physiological limits, which will cause dislocation or ligament tears.
The cervical vertebrae connected to the head is the only way for the nerve motor center, so violent blows to the neck or twisting beyond the physiological limit may cause cervical spine dislocation or fracture, resulting in upper and lower body paralysis. Therefore, the grappling of the head and cervical vertebrae must be moderately forced.
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1. Buckle hand pressing arm
The enemy grabbed my chest with his right hand (Figure 1-1). We immediately clasp the enemy’s right palm with our right hand (Figs. 1-2), then quickly twist our body to the right, pinning the enemy’s right wrist with the right shoulder side, causing his right arm to twist back (Fig. 1-3). Moving upward, we use our left hand to forcefully press forward on the enemy’s armpit armpit, forcing the enemy’s body forward, and then we lean forward and wrench the enemy’s right shoulder joint, making it exceed the limit of its physiological activity and forced to submit and beg for mercy (Figures 1-4).
Second, reverse grasp the shoulder and don’t arm
The enemy grabbed my left shoulder with his right hand, and we immediately slapped the enemy’s right hand with his right hand, while his left hand came out from under his armpit and grabbed the enemy’s chest (Figure 2-1). We then turn our body to the right and pin the enemy’s right arm with our left arm so that it cannot bend (Figure 2-2). Without stopping, our side continues to pin the enemy’s right arm, and at the same time press down to the right, press against the enemy’s right shoulder joint with the left forearm, twist the body to the right and back, and spin the enemy to the ground (Figure 2-3).
Third, wear elbows and arms
The enemy steps up to the left and grabs our chest with his right hand (Figure 3-1). We immediately clasped the enemy’s right hand with our left hand, then turned our body to the left and slammed the enemy’s right wrist joint with our right shoulder, forcing his right arm to lift up (3-2). Constantly moving upward, our right hand quickly penetrates from under the enemy’s right armpit (3-3), then immediately backlashes the enemy’s right arm, then turns right back and leans behind the enemy, and pushes the enemy’s right arm up with the left hand (Fig. 3-4). Immediately after the upward movement, our right hand goes down around the enemy’s shoulder, bends the elbow and hangs the enemy’s right arm, pulls the enemy’s right shoulder joint, and captures the enemy (Fig. 3-5).
Fourth, don’t press your arms on your shoulders
From behind our back, the enemy grabbed our waist with his right hand, and we immediately buckled the enemy’s right wrist with his right hand (Figure 4-1). Immediately after the upward movement, our body immediately turned sharply to the left, forcing the enemy’s right wrist to bend excessively beyond its physiological limit, and forced to bend the elbow due to pain, and we took this opportunity to immediately pin the enemy’s right elbow with the tip of the left elbow downward (Figure 4-2). Moving upwards, our body twisted sharply to the right, forcing the enemy to step forward due to pain; Immediately afterwards, we pressed the enemy’s right shoulder joint with our left forearm, leaned back to the left, and pressed the enemy’s right arm with our left arm, forcing the enemy’s right shoulder joint to exceed the limit of physiological movement and causing pain, thereby giving in and begging for mercy (Figure 4-3).
5. Lock arms and shoulders
We grasp the enemy’s right wrist with our right hand (Figure 5-1). Then we twist our fingers and wrists, forcing the enemy’s right elbow to lift up; Then push up with our left hand and press forward against the enemy’s right arm, send the enemy’s wrist into the bend of our left elbow with our right hand, and then move down to grasp the enemy’s left hand (Figure 5-2). Immediately after the upward movement, our left hand slams the enemy’s right elbow joint, so that the enemy’s body is forward; Then grab the enemy’s left wrist with the right hand and pull back, the left shoulder is jacked forward, and the left hand is pulled back, so that the enemy’s shoulder joint exceeds the physiological movement limit and loses resistance (Figure 5-3).
6. Split neck chuck
The enemy steps up to the right and punches us in the chest with a right punch; We immediately block the defense with our left forearm (Figure 6-1). Without stopping, our left hand quickly grabbed the enemy’s right wrist, pulled the enemy’s right arm to the left up, and at the same time slashed the enemy’s right neck with the right palm (Figure 6-2). Immediately afterwards, our right arm locked the enemy’s head and neck with the elbow, and at the same time pushed the enemy’s right arm forward with our left hand to capture the enemy (Figure 6-3).
7. Shoulder back chuck
The enemy punched me in the chest with his right fist; We block the defense with our right hand (Figure 7-1). Immediately after that, our left foot stepped up to the enemy’s right rear, rubbed the enemy’s left arm over the enemy’s front, and pulled the enemy’s right arm to the right with the right hand at the same time (Fig. 7-3), while clamping the enemy’s neck with the left arm in a reverse circle, pulling the enemy’s right arm with the right hand and pulling it back to capture the enemy (Fig. 7-4).
8. Hold your waist and push your head
The enemy hugs our waist from the front (Figure 8-1). We immediately put our left hand under the enemy’s arm to put our arms around the enemy’s waist and pushed the enemy’s jaw with our right hand (Figure 8-2). Constantly moving up, we pushed down and up, forcing the enemy’s body to reverse arch (Figure 8-3). Immediately afterwards, we released our left hand around the enemy’s waist and continued to push the enemy’s jaw with our right hand, pushing the enemy to the ground (Fig. 8-4).