Monday, July 25, 2011
How to Escape a Front Bear Hug for Kids
A front bear hug or clinch is a very common self-defense situation for woman getting assaulted by a male predator or kids getting bullied.
There is typically two reasons for someone to clinch. First one is to clinch and take you down to the ground. Second is to grab tight and squeeze until you submit.
To Escape a front bear hug is with a stop block frame. You make a picture frame with your arms by grabbing the wrist of your left hand with your right hand with a monkey paw grip.
The stop block frame slides across the attackers neck to push away and as you step back with one leg.
Sensei Tim Rosanelli
Maximum Impact Karate