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View Poll Results: Favorite Takedown?
Double leg takedown 10 34.48%
single leg takedown or low single 3 10.34%
Bear hug (to trip, hip throw, slam, chin in chest) 7 24.14%
Japanese whizzer (like a shoulder throw thingy.) 1 3.45%
Hip Throw or any judo throw 2 6.90%
foot sweep 0 0%
arm drag 1 3.45%
inside trip 3 10.34%
A good hard punch, kick, elbow, headbutt, or knee 3 10.34%
other (explain) 5 17.24%
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know what u mean...penjat silat uses it alot...

by manipulating the head u have control of the opponent....just twist their face to one side (up, down, left, right) and immediatly twist him to the other side with enough force...this will cause the body to colapse due to breaking of the structure...why turn it to one side then the other? well cause u dont want to use too much strenght and when u turn him to one side the person will strugle to keep his balance and will give u the momentum u need to take him to the desire direction....
thank you I thought people were thinking I was nuts someone who knows the concepts..

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thank you I thought people were thinking I was nuts someone who knows the concepts..
its cool

I havent use them during submission grappling in class but in my last street fight the guy had a hammer so I didnt go for strikes....I used a disarm and used that concept combined with a leg sweep....he fell and I landed on side control....

Im gonna try it in my BJJ class...
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its cool

I havent use them during submission grappling in class but in my last street fight the guy had a hammer so I didnt go for strikes....I used a disarm and used that concept combined with a leg sweep....he fell and I landed on side control....

Im gonna try it in my BJJ class...
Yea I have used it alot in class to get people to the ground espicaly in a clinch people turn seeign the hand come up into thier face and with some simple preassure a gentle tug on the shoulder they go down... plus if you don't like the person you can make it an open palm strike as well.. for added effect

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Yea I have used it alot in class to get people to the ground espicaly in a clinch people turn seeign the hand come up into thier face and with some simple preassure a gentle tug on the shoulder they go down... plus if you don't like the person you can make it an open palm strike as well.. for added effect
good...

very few ppl know that....and the best part is that very little force is required...

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