kung fu moves · 09/27/2023

Wushu Sanda Wrestling – Holding your legs

Wrestling in sanda is slightly the same as wrestling, except that it is sometimes used in the process of hitting and defending opponents.

The technique of the wrestling method is more complicated, and there are many movements, and when the two are wrestling, although the offensive and defensive methods are varied, its technical movements still have basic regular structural points.

To master the wrestling technique and anti-fall technique, we must start from the basic skills of the wrestling method, from slow to fast, from simple to complex, and then apply it to practice.

The throwing method in the loose hand should also be used in combination with various footwork body techniques.

Hold your legs

Reserve Potential :

Left foot in front, actual combat step.

Action Help:

(Left B Right A) When A’s left and right fists attack B’s upper plate, B seals Party A’s hands with both hands, suddenly flashes down, and then steps up with his right foot and lands between A’s feet, heels his left foot, and quickly squats. Hold the upper part of each other’s thigh from the outside in, the right shoulder is against the belly of the armor, the right side of the head is close to the right side of the armor’s body, and the hands are held back. Then straighten your chest, bend your waist, stand up quickly, pick up your nail and throw it backwards or lean forward (Figures 1-5). Wushu Sanda Wrestling – Holding your legs-illustration-

If A is held by his legs and his center of gravity is pushed backward and downward, then B pulls the lower thigh of the nail back with both hands, and the upper body suddenly leans forward and down to drop A in front of the body. (Figure 6-8)

Wushu Sanda Wrestling – Holding your legs-illustration-1

Squat in, fit tight, straighten your chest, and lean over.

The actual battle of holding your legs

(1) Attack under the cover of fists:

A swings his fist or right straight fist to attack B’s face, B leans back to dodge, and A suddenly squats down and hugs B’s legs, standing up with his chest straight. If B sits back, he falls forward. This method can be used in conjunction with methods such as holding a single leg, hooking the inside and outside legs, etc.

(2) Attack after defense:

B’s left and right straight fists attack A’s head, and A cuts B’s right arm to the left or his left arm to the right, so that B’s left and right fists collide on the way. At this time, A quickly hugged B’s legs and fell forward or backward.

(3) Anti-fall:

Leaning forward, blocking the opponent with your arms, and retreating with one leg.