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Monday, April 20, 2009

Knee Drop Stamping Kick

Does your style of JuJitsu style or system have Osae-Komi Waza or after throws and hold downs? In Goshinkan-Ryu JuJitsu we have several hold downs many of them are police based but work well for the lay person as well.
Our basic Osae-Komi Waza or hold down is the Knee Drop Stamping Kick. When you defend yourself from an unprovoked physical assault and you have taken the attacker to the ground you need to assess the situation. If the attacker attempts to continue the assault on you, you may have to follow up with a hold down.
Imagine now the attacker is laying on the ground where they landed from your take down. If the attacker's feet are to the right of your right leg the you would follow with a knee to the floating ribs with your right knee. Again assessing whether or not they are going to continue the unprovoked physical assault on you. If they are continuing then you may have to follow up with a stamping kick to the head or face with your left leg. This can be done without giving up your current position. You also have really good balance standing or slight crouching to the side of your attacker.
This position sets you up for many more joint locks and allows you to escape when need. For more information on our system of JuJitsu please see Goshin Martial Arts or Goshinkan-RyuJuJitsu . The Master Instructor for the AJJA teaches Goshinkan-Ryu JuJitsu.

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