Self-Defense Day 8
Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 1 - Galvao • 7m 29s
1- HEADLOCK DEFENSE AGAINST THE WALL: This is a great technique when your opponent is driving you into the wall with his headlock control. When this happens, you should place one arm in front of his shoulder to trap it while you circle away from the headlock to put in a hook. This gives you a proper angle to pressure his headlock for the escape and eventual control.
2- HEADLOCK DEFENSE AGAINST THE WALL – ATTACKER INSIDE: If the attacker is between you and the wall and has you in a headlock, you will be unable to get to his other side to the previous technique, but you will have the option of attacking a simple single-leg takedown to bring him to the floor. As always follow this up with your headlock escape and control.
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