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A mounted fighter can reposition an opponent to the side with an arm wrap. The technique is characterized by a wrap-the mounted fighter traps and wraps one of the rival's arms around the rival's head while rolling him to the side. During the technique, the opponent is completely immobilized and unable to strike back at his attacker. Fighters use the arm wrap to transition to a new position where they can obtain back control, ground and pound their opponents or execute various submission holds.

Three Knife-Fighting Myths That Can Sabotage Your Execution of Self-Defense Techniques

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Anytime martial artists get together to discuss defensive techniques that employ the empty hands against a knife in a real-life scenario, arguments ignite. Then proclamations start: “There’s no way you can make that work against a real attack.” “Do that and you’ll get cut for sure.” “That move will get you killed.”

So goes the banter
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Posted in Edged Weapons.

Law-Enforcement Training Tips for Grappling and Ground Fighting

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

In any kind of street combat, fighting on the ground for an extended period can put you in a world of hurt. Although grappling has proved its effectiveness in controlled environments such as the dojo and the cage, it’s very different on the street—for several reasons. First, you can grapple with only one person at
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Posted in Close Quarters Combat, Combatives, Law Enforcement Training.