Double Seal Hands

It may not happen often, but when it does, it's good to have an answer for it. We're in the flank position, and our opponent is holding our wrists to shut down strikes. We're not in a good position for knees, elbows, or kicks. Many of the throws (Shuāi 摔) in our arsenal are shut down. What do we do?

Double Seal Hands! This armbar/joint lock setup (Chin Na or Qín Ná 擒拿) can be highly destructive to our opponent, and get us out of a bind and put them into one. There's a nice throw component I'll show that you can add on to the arm bar as well.


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Randy Brown

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