Hand-to-hand combat basics

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The opponent tries to strangle with two hands (Fig. 1).

The defender presses the hands of the opponent to himself, at the same time throwing his legs over his shoulders, and crossing them for a more rigid structure (Fig. 2).

Next, he straightens his legs and bends in the lower back, performs a painful effect on the elbow joints of the attacker, while simultaneously freeing himself from the stranglehold (Fig. 3).

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