Rise up, drill, fall and overturn used defensively in the body


Rise up, drill, fall and overturn used defensively in the body

The following footage shows me giving several examples of how to use rise up, drill, fall, and overturn at the point of contact between my opponent and myself. When a person touches another persons body with the intent of applying force they do it from a position of alignment and comfort. I simply change the position of the contact point so that it is no longer comfortable for my opponent ; it actually is a very small lock on his wrist. Any forces that he endeavors to place on me ricochet and come right back into himself. This may result in a wrist injury. This is the type of skill that one would use to injure the wrist of an attacker or when letting someone have a free punch prior to a duel.

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