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Black Belt Hall of Fame member John Pellegrini demonstrates combat hapkido techniques for stopping a choke in its tracks in this exclusive martial arts video!

Combat-hapkido creator andBlack BeltHall of Fame member John Pellegrini is one of the world's leading authorities on hand-to-hand combat. In this video, he demonstrates the combat-hapkido method for defending against a throat grab. In a street attack, things can get ugly real fast. An attacker can reach for your throat, aiming to either stop you in your tracks and take your wallet or aiming to stop you in your tracks permanently. During military combat situations, such an attack is usually aimed at the latter conclusion. So self-defense moves such as those used in combat hapkido are designed to quickly immobilize an opponent and render their attack ineffective — as demonstrated in this video:

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Combat-hapkido creator and Black Belt Hall of Fame member John Pellegrini is one of the world's leading authorities on hand-to-hand combat. In this video, he demonstrates the combat-hapkido method for defending against a lunge!