Posted On:6/25/2011 3:18pm
Style: Stabbing the Face.
Originally Posted by Ignorami
For the op, the more I think about it, the more that katagatame sounds like the best an Leo would get out of that session. it's straightforward enough that he'd probably get it as good in an hour as it'll ever get.
His boxing background probably means he could eat a few on the way in, without being stopped by the shock of it. (Using his boxing offensively is going to lead to an intimate relationship with I.A.)
Is katagatame the real deadly?
Posted On:6/25/2011 3:25pm
Style: Aikido / FMA / Krotty
Lol, no. No it isn't. It's just a bit of large joint leverage that's relatively straightforward.
It'd probably serve for putting people face down on a car or pavement for cuffing, and is probably best suited to multiple officers immobilising a single bastard without causing career-fucking injuries to them.
When life gives you lemons... BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!
"what's the best thing about aikido then?"
"To be defeated by your enemies, to be driven by them from the field of battle, and to hear the lamentations of your women." ermghoti
Posted On:6/25/2011 3:31pm
What is Kata gatame in Aikido?
Posted On:6/25/2011 3:37pm
Hang on, I'll see if I can find one...
I think that's katagatame in Aikido.
Posted On:6/25/2011 3:52pm
****, I hope not. It's not how we do it. No one on YouTube seems to what I'm talking about either.
Um, anyone want to try a style of aikido I have apparently been practicing after learning it in dream?
Best I can describe...
Enter hard (fnar fnar) driving your left arm as far under their right as you can - as if to put your arm around their back, but reaching progressively higher as the arm goes through.
As you finish that driving entry, your shoulder should just connect with their armpit. Your hand should be above head height. Other hand should be protecting your head, or punching theirs.
Pivot on your lead leg (left in this instance) a full 180 degrees, cutting your left hand back down to belt-buckle position. As you rotate, also drop full body weight down to the ground.
Make any sense?
Posted On:6/25/2011 3:57pm
No, but I've been drinking.
That sort of makes sense. I think I see what you're trying to get at here.
Posted On:6/25/2011 4:04pm
This is a fair approximation, but without the twisty-wristy bit at the beginning:
Posted On:6/25/2011 4:15pm
That looks like a run of the mill police armlock (minus the armbar bit at the end there).
Hopefully Team Python will drop by and comment on the effectiveness of said armlock at producing compliance.
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