Injury Waiting To Happen
Posted On:6/11/2007 1:55pm
Style: Snatch Wrestling
Posted On:6/11/2007 2:16pm
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
Our teacher studied chinese submission fighting.. We don't have the chinese boxing classes any more, but the mma class covers many things..here's what it says on the site.
Chinese Mixed Martial Arts
This style of MMA incorporates Chinese Grappling (Shuai Chiao) strongly focusing on throwing, chin-na (joint locks), and ground fighting to control opponents on the ground, Chinese Boxing (Kuo Chuan Shu) with elbows knees, nerve attacks and breaks and Chinese Kick Boxing (San Shou) for punching and kicking. This is a Ideal art for self defense or those who wish to compete in Vale Tudo or MMA match's.
here's a clip, you may see a little of what you're talking about in there.
from my minimal experience...there are soooo many ways to take someone down, it ends up covering everything practical.
Posted On:6/11/2007 6:25pm
Originally Posted by ViciousFlamingo
The off-balancing is considered an essential part of the throw, and is the first of the three theoretical stages in the throw (off-balancing, then entry, then execution).
Yeah, the mongolian throws work off the same principles so I gather that its needed in any type of throw. I was right, the first Judo I trained in wasn't very good Judo. Thanks for the info.
The throws I know from chinese systems relys on pulling off a wrist/arm lock before executing the throw and techniques are in a "no gi" method. Some of them may look like judo throws. The throws in the vid are different and look like Judo but its hard to say. Like someone stated earlier, there are only so many things you can do with the human body.
Posted On:6/15/2007 1:32am
The main difference it seems between judo and this wrestling is that the thrower is using strength rather than momentum to toss the people in videos one and two.
Three might work against a newbie.
Four... never ever ever do this... ever.
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