By W. Hock Hochheim, Margaret Eden
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The human wrist: 1) Twists inward. 2) Twists outward. 3) Bends palm in. 4) Bends palm out. 5) Bends side-to-side. Inward Twist Outward Twist Palm Out Palm In Both Sides There are two major types of arm positions. Arm vertical, and arm horizontal. Both put the palm on the floor. Arm Position 1) The arm is horizontal. Arm Position 2) The arm is vertical. Page 36 Interrupt the Knife Attack Option Awareness Scenario Strike to soften the arm and brain (if possible-brain first). Multiple strikes! Apply as needed!
Twist the head back and down and jump/dive in the direction of your gun push. After some practice, you can extract your hand at the precise second he lands face down. Try to end up with your knee on his pistol-side arm if the elbow is exposed. Bang his head into the cement several times. Ankle Wheel Takedown Samples Two important leg wheels to practice originate at the ankle. The first will counter a foot stomp as shown on the previous pages. The second, known mostly as a heel hook, will counter a suspect’s escape by locking him up and/or flopping him to chest down or chest up positions.
The rearing back, or “chambering” of the stick is not a sound, tactical strategy. A stick strike is mostly an event at the wrist... and at the elbow... not the shoulder. SMS Studies and Observations 4) The Empty Hand The empty hand must be up and ready in the window of combat- that symbolic rectangle that exists from your shoulders to about mid-thigh. It must be ready for any action needed such as distracting, disarming, striking, blocking, grabbing, pinning, passing, pulling or pushing the enemy.
Close Quarter Combatives Group: Training Mission Two by W. Hock Hochheim, Margaret Eden