Systema a Leg Throw using Biomechanics (Force Couples)

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31. July 2011 by Admin
Categories: NLP | Tags: , , , , , | 15 comments

Comments (15)

  1. @punkduck123 all movements have to be adapted to the situation!

  2. There is some things I do not understand about this takedown, what happens if he lets go of your wrist when you try to pull it behind him? And also, how much force to you apply to take him down (You can rate it out of 100%). Thanks!

  3. I would apply this principle vs. a front snap-kick but not the same defense movement as shown hear on this video, you could do it when the leg is extended (with good timing speed and drawing him) or on some other part of his body when he has brought his leg back from the kick and remember he is stood on one leg throughout his kick

  4. @gekiryudojo Silly question, but would you apply this principle vs. a front snap-kick?

  5. Very interesting! thank you 🙂

  6. Requested to join your facebook group based on your alert last week. Lookin forward to the extra vids and such, take care.

  7. Thanks Trevor for helping us understand the russian wizardry of destablizing

  8. Wrist grabs are attacks taught in Aikido/Jujutsu because there a static attack and are easy to learn all basic techniques against and B) Wrist grabs were a common attack in Feudal Japan to stop one from drawling their sword. Through practice any technique can be done against almost any attack. Its just that not every technique is practical against every attack. Common sense plays a roll there in the learning process.

  9. Women are grabbed by the wrist often when being pulled somewhere. Police/Military are most often grabbed when they have a weapon, like a handgun, and the attacker wants to keep them from reaching their weapon.
    Otherwise wrist grabs don’t happen often in ‘street’ fights.

  10. Very nice take down! We have a lot of similar motions in Aikido, and they can work whether they grab your wrist, or you grab theirs… but I’ve never really thought of a whole lot of reasons someone would grab your wrist to begin with. Obviously if you were reaching for something, or if you were blocking their strike, you’d be in a situation that can work as if they’re grabbing yours…

    Can you think of any other examples of when an attacker would grab your wrist?

  11. Awesome vid, this along with some others by you and Vlad inspired a friend of mine who just last week said he wasn’t interested to start training in Systema with me. The information in this has helped me to understand why some of the takedowns I know how to do work. Also gives some ideas on take downs you could make up!! Thanks!

  12. This is how to make a complete hash of the same movement when you have learnt it Rote fashion and don’t know this Force Couple principle watch?v=dEuH_zk9k9o in other words if in doubt use muscles osto gari

  13. good comment try it out!

  14. I think you will find as I did this principle was a catalyst that changed the whole process in the I understood Martial arts Technique,
    watch the end Technique again and look how easy it became

  15. I think I see why the two forces have to be equal in power. If one side is strong and the other less so, I suppose that would create a space for resistance, and you wouldn’t get that ‘wheel’ effect. I’d have to experiment to see for myself.

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