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As in the example shown here, when your assailant is on your right side

As in the example shown here, when your assailant is on your right side

Mm grip his left wrist with your left hand

on his arms or trying to loosen the grip of his hands. Strike with the knife edge

of your hand at the spot where his upper lip meets his nose.

Have the actual contact mode by the big knuckle which joins he will be forced backward and completely off his feet,

thus giving you a perfect opportunity to take further action should it appear necessary.

When you are practicing this number just push on the nerve spot below your partner's nose instead of actually giving it a blow.

Checking over once more the release from a head lockr notice that you hold the assailant's wrist with one hand. With the other you force his head back by placing your hand, knife fashion, against the nerve spot at the base of his nose and pushing forcefully. The actual contact should be made by the big knuckle of your little finger. Do not have the palm of your hand over his mouth as there would then be nothing to prevent him from viciously biting your hand.

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HAVE YOU ever been pushed around? If someone should put his hand on your shoulder or chest and try to push you against your will you can, in less than one second, have your assailant lying at your feet. You don't have to be bigger or stronger than he is, you don't have to engage in a 'fight'. Literally, a simple 'twist of the wrist' and he's lying on the ground or floor, at your mercy.

This number uses the wrist throw which, you will find, is the basis for a great many Jiu-Jitsu holds.

over the first and second finger bones. Press hard with your thumb.

quickly bring his hand and arm high up in the air with his hand twisted so

This is another number which works equally well against either a left or a right hand ossoult.

Turn your body somewhat to the left and pull his hand down to the left.

that the palm of his hand is pointing right at his head.

If the opponent attempts to push you. using his left arm.

This tends to upset your assailant's balance as you pull him forward.

Keep twisling his hand and wrist further to your right and down he goes

bring your right bond over his wrist

putting your fingers in the palm of hi» hand bring your right bond over his wrist putting your fingers in the palm of hi» hand

and your thumb on the bock of his hand and your thumb on the bock of his hand

Now bring your left hand up to take a grip on his hand.

The thumb of your left hand goes on the bock of his hand and your fingers across his palm.

Press hard with your thumbs on nerves in back of his hand, at the same time

If he should resist the foil or attempt to strike you with his free hand you

will easily and surely severely injure his wrist.

Practice this throw until you are very proficient at it. It is the basis of many other Jiu-Jitsu numbers.

The wrist throw just shown is used a lot in Jiu-Jitsu. Reviewing it again notice that the fingers of your right hand go to the palm of his hand, your thumb on the back of his hand.

Turn his hand away from you so that the palm of his hand is toward the man himself. Your thumb is pressing hard against the nerve spot in the back of his hand.

Now grip the subject's hand with your left hand also and continue the sharp twist.

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