Hand-to-hand combat basics

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The opponent, sitting on the back of the defender, brought his hands behind his back and propped them with his knees (Fig. 1).

This method produces a painful effect on the shoulder joints.

Twisting all the body to the left (right), the defender got rid of the pain and began to throw off the enemy (Fig. 2).

Continuing to turn in the chosen direction (Fig. 3, 4), the defender is released from this capture and proceeds to counterattack actions. In this version, he attacks the opponent's Adam's Apple with his forearm (Fig. 5).

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