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    hello all
    there is one in codex wallenstering
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    Early forms of the Double Leg takedown

    Like the subj says. It's not modern, it's "antique" sources.















    (I asked the mods to move the other thread over to here but they never did, so...)

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    looks like they had the same ideas about posture when doing these ones. I was wondering if choking was allowed since I've seen a number of takedowns like that end in guillotine from the guard at pankration tournaments, but either way there's similar dangers like the front facelock for bending over at the waist too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willaume View Post
    hello all
    there is one in codex wallenstering
    http://www.thearma.org/Manuals/90.jpg
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    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...=1#post2453287

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra View Post
    looks like they had the same ideas about posture when doing these ones. I was wondering if choking was allowed since I've seen a number of takedowns like that end in guillotine from the guard at pankration tournaments, but either way there's similar dangers like the front facelock for bending over at the waist too much.
    Depends on the rules. Sometimes, choking=yes, sometimes choking=no. More-so after the Jui-Jitus introduction in the first few years of the 20th C. but even in some older. Still, it wasn't often considered part and parcel from what I can glean from these old manuals.

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