Standing kimura, Standing submissions, standing arm locks- 40 Minutes competition HIGHLIGHTS.

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What are your thoughts on the best way to get a standing submission?
 

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Most (if not all of them) of this submissions is on the groud. Action starts on feet but the end is on the ground.
 

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Really good stuff. Arm is in pain just watching it. Like most combat judo locks and bars they start off standing and go to ground. Hopefully you stay in a dominant controlling position.
 

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What are your thoughts on the best way to get a standing submission?
If you can use the "head lock + reverse hip throw" to lift your opponent's feet off the ground, you can choke him out while standing.



This is the ancient assassin skill "beggar carry dog - kill a dog without making a sound".

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If you can use the "head lock + reverse hip throw" to lift your opponent's feet off the ground, you can choke him out while standing.



This is the ancient assassin skill "beggar carry dog - kill a dog without making a sound".

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Seem like the opponent could simply roll off. Well try it in class this weekend. Fun.
 
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What are your thoughts on the best way to get a standing submission?
Watch at 5:50. There is a competition footage and afterwards a footage of a trainer which explains the set up.
Basically you make a basic "arm and head hold" while pushing his head to the side, then you immediately let go of the pressure to the head and go for the kimura lock.
BTW, a set up for using the standing kimura for knife defense (shown against 100% resistance):
 

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