kung fu moves · 06/14/2023

US Army Fighting Tutorial Counter-grappling fighting moves

Compiled 5 sets of anti-grappling moves of the US military and shared them with you.

1. Counter-grappling move 1 against the enemy’s frontal hands jammed throat

1. The enemy tightly grabbed our throat with both hands from the front (Figure 1-1);

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2. Our right hand immediately clenches a fist and flexes its right arm; The body is twisted to the left, and the right hand and right arm are swung out from the upper right to the lower left in a right-hand swinging position, forcing the enemy to let go (Figures 1-2).

The key to this counter-grappling move is to make full use of the rotational force of twisting to the left when swinging the right swing punch, and press your upper body weight against the enemy’s arms, so that the entire force acts on the enemy’s wrists, forcing the enemy to let go, thereby freeing the enemy’s hands from the lock control of our throat.

In actual combat, after freeing ourselves from the control of the enemy’s hands, our side can twist to the right again, and with the power of twisting, use the right palm to slash the enemy’s right face or neck to the right, or use the right elbow to sweep his right temple or the root of his right ear to severely damage the enemy.

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2. Counter-grappling move 2 against the enemy’s frontal two-handed jam

1. Our side is engaged in close combat with the enemy, and the enemy tightly chokes our throat with both hands from the front; At this time, our hands immediately clenched into fists and prepared to counterattack (Figure 2-1);

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2. Keep moving upward, our arms are straight, our hands are clasped into fists, and the enemy’s arms are violently stretched out from the bottom up, so that the enemy can be forced to release his hands and get rid of the enemy’s hands on our throat (Figure 2-2);

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3. Immediately after the upward movement, we clasp our hands into fists and smash the bridge of the nose of the enemy’s front with downward and forward (Figure 2-3).

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In actual combat, after the enemy releases his hands, this move can also have 2 changes. In the first move, we can put our arms around the back of the enemy’s neck and press down, while slamming the enemy’s face with our knees. In the second move, our hands change palms and slash the enemy’s left and right collarbones with the outer edge of both palms.

3. Counter-grappling move 3 against the enemy’s frontal hands stuck in the throat

1. The enemy pounced on us from the front, pinched our throats with both hands, and pushed me towards the wall behind us; We immediately hold our legs steady, while grasping the lateral elbow bone of the enemy’s left elbow joint with our right hand and the lateral elbow bone of his right elbow joint with his left hand; The palms of both hands are facing the lateral elbow bone of the enemy elbow joint (Figure 3-1);

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2. The upward movement is non-stop, both hands of our side push inward and press the elbow bones on the outside of the enemy’s elbow joints, forcing the enemy’s left and right elbow joints to move in reverse and weaken the force of the enemy’s hands on our throat lock, and finally exceed the range of motion of the elbow joint, resulting in severe pain and forced to let go. (Figure 3-2).

After freeing the enemy’s hands from the lock on our throat, our hands can continue to grasp the enemy’s arms to prevent him from escaping, and pull back forcefully, while immediately attacking the enemy’s abdomen or vulva with the knee to disarm the enemy’s combat effectiveness.

If the enemy steps back forcefully and breaks free from our hands and his grip on his arms, we quickly kick the enemy with our toes.

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4. Deal with the enemy’s counter-grappling move of holding our arms and upper body with both arms from the front

1. The enemy holds our upper arm and upper body with both arms from the front, and wants to perform a wrestling technique (Figure 4-1);

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2. Our hands quickly grab the enemy’s lower vulva with both hands, forcing the enemy to bend over (4-2);

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3. Keep moving up, our right arm immediately passes under the armpit of the enemy’s left upper arm, and then hugs the enemy’s back; The left hand tightly grasps the enemy’s right forearm; Immediately, we quickly moved our right foot to the outside of the enemy’s right foot, and with the left foot as the axis, we twisted it to the left and leaned forward and down, while pressing our hips against the enemy’s hip, lifting our right arm up and pulling down with our left hand to throw the enemy out of our back (Fig. 5-3).

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Fifth, deal with the anti-grappling move of holding the waist with both arms in the front

1. The enemy hugged our waist from the front, trying to force our upper body to fall back (Figure 5-1);

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2. Our right arm immediately hugs the enemy’s waist and turns back, while the left thumb quickly presses the middle point under the enemy’s nose, and pushes forward and down hard, forcing his upper body to lean back beyond his range of motion and release his arms (Figure 5-2).

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