Similar to Kimura only opponents hand is facing the feet.
Pressure from on top of the arm (shoulder to elbow) going one way and opposite pressure from bottom of
the arm (elbow to hand) going the other way. In this position, the arm can be broken if enough pressure is
Punch with the back of your knuckles.
Yes, Like Dracula.
Backhand Slap; Repeated slaps
Any type of kick the lands between the shoulders and hips.
Painful punch to the muscles in the legs or arms.
Primarily restricting circulation of blood to brain or air flow through the neck.
High front kick with contact made with inside or outside of foot.
The Death Touch (One Strike); Primarily seen in the movies.
Kick straight behind you with minimal movement.
Low kick, High Kick combination with out a pause.
Double leg take down
Shoot to both legs.
Any strike that utilizes the elbow: Up, Down, Side to Side.
Sticking your fingers in your opponents eye (eyes).
Crossing one foot behind your other knee and clamping down with your leg to hold your foot.
Sticking your fingers inside your opponents cheeks and pulling.
Kick delivered with the ball of your foot right in front of you.
Give Your Back
Letting your opponent get behind you and have his body making contact with your back.
Painful punch to the family jewels.
Laying on your back with opponents hips in between your legs and your legs wrapped around your each other.
Usually, your opponent has his/her head at your waist level (off to the right or left) and you have your
right/left arm underneath his/her chin while grasping or holding your opposite arm and pulling up and in,
arching your back and bringing your opponents head into a position for a choke.
Laying on your back with one of your opponents leg caught in between your legs.
Your on top of your opponent with one leg caught in between your opponents legs: Same as Half Guard in
Hit someone's head with your head.
Trapping your opponents foot under your arm pit and wrapping your arm around his heel and pulling
Kick delivered with your heel.
Any type of kick thrown above the shoulders.
Quick Punch forward with leading hand: used to set up other techniques.
Joint isolated from movement.
Moving joints into positions to better your position.
Side mount with Person on top going across to grab opponents wrist, tuck in elbow to the body, use other
arm to go underneath opponents triceps reaching for your own forearm and apply pressure upwards.
Any Strike that utilizes the knee; Up, Down, Straight, Side to Side.
Your opponent on the opposite side of you with his leg in between your crouch and you putting pressure
against his knee.
Knee in the belly
One Knee on the belly of your opponent.
Being rendered unconsciousness in a bout. Abbreviated KO
A Strike that comes from the outside using your left hand.
Any type of kick thrown below the hips.
air flow through the neck; I.E. standing behind your opponent and putting your right arm around his neck,
then grabbing your muscle on the left arm with your right hand and grabbing the back of your opponents
head with the left hand and squeezing.
You're on top of your opponent with both your legs on the side of your opponents hips.
Laying on your back with opponents hips in between your legs
A Strike utilizing the bottom portion of the hand: Can be powerful.
Removing your opponents legs from being wrapped around your body.
Contact only with the 2nd joint from the top of your index finger in a closed fist.
Pulling your opponent to the guard position.
through the neck; I.E. standing behind your opponent and putting your right arm around his neck, then
grabbing your muscle on the left arm with your right hand and grabbing the back of your opponents head
with the left hand and squeezing.
A Strike that comes from the outside using your Right hand
Can be a kick to the mid-section of the body, the head or the legs. If kicking with your right leg, you take a
step forward with your left leg, pivot your left foot while twisting your hips to bring the right leg around to your
target. The opposite for kicking with the left leg.
Leaping in the air to bring down your opponent with your legs in a Y position and your body side ways;
usually used as a sweep.
Lying on top of opponents torso from the side.
Shoot to one leg.
Rapid take down usually to the lower part of the body using your arms to wrap around the legs.
Kick delivered with the bottom of your foot at a horizontal angle from the side of your body.
Lifting your opponent and dropping them with force to the ground: Yes, like the WWF.
Open hand punch usually with the top portion of the hand.
Spinning Back Fist
Same as back fist but with 180 or 360 degree spinning action.
Spinning Back Kick
180 degree spinning kick delivered behind you.
Spinning 360 Kick
Same as spinning back fist only using your foot and most commonly using your heel.
Closed fist strike: Power strike.
Immobilize an opponent where they can not continue fighting; forced to tap out or verbally quit.
Basically, with your opponent facing away from you, grabbing him (usually) by the waist from behind and
picking him up and falling backwards where his/her back lands on the floor and you twisting your body as
you fall backwards so as not to absorb the impact and being able to control your opponent.
Using your feet to throw your opponents feet of the mat and throw your opponent off balance.
Take The Back
Getting behind your opponent and having contact with your body with your opponents back.
Verbal Assault to psychologically get the advantage over your opponent.
Not being able to continue in a bout; reasons vary from referee stoppage for not protecting oneself to being
knocked down and not being lucid; abbreviated TKO
Putting opponents arm and head in between your legs but as close as possible to your crouch and figure
four your legs behind your opponents head and pulling arm and head down
A Strike that comes from underneath your opponents body; power punch.