Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Free-style wrestling is built on throws, in this sport there are at least 100 options. But there are basic ones that should be mastered by those who began to think about personal safety. The simplest techniques are shown by the master of sports in freestyle wrestling Shamil Osmanov.

If you decide to master the basic principles of self-defense, pay attention to throws and captures from freestyle wrestling.

  1. Often, street brawls turn into a seizure (that is, into a fight) and then to the floor (to the ground).

    If you master the tricks of freestyle wrestling, you will be able to protect yourself in an unforeseen situation that is dangerous to your health and life.

  2. Freestyle wrestling will improve your overall physical fitness, make you stronger and more enduring.
  3. It is difficult to predict which of the captures will be useful to you for self-defense. But understanding the possible patterns of action and fixing them in sparring will help you choose the right plan of action in a dangerous situation.
  4. The best MMA fighters are skilled in freestyle wrestling.

  5. Those who possess the technique of capturing from freestyle wrestling will find it easier to cope with the opponent, even if he exceeds them in weight, height or strength.

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

  1. Go to the opponent (pictured is an athlete in a red T-shirt). Take the opponent’s hand with your right hand, grab his leg with your left.
  2. Simultaneously put your left foot on your knee and raise your opponent’s hand, rest your shoulder against its center of gravity. The opponent will be on your shoulder.


  3. Rising, throw the attacker from left to right, through yourself.

    Important:
    You can’t get on both knees - you won’t be able to complete the throw.

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

  1. With your right hand, take the opponent by the left hand .
  2. Get down on both knees sideways to the opponent. Pull it towards you so that it is on your shoulders.

  3. Throw the opponent through you.

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

  1. Grab the opponent with both hands on the shoulders.
  2. At the same time, turn the body so that the opponent is behind you.
  3. Unbalance an opponent by hitting his thigh with his thigh.
  4. Throw the opponent through you.

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

  1. The reception is performed from a mutual capture.
  2. With your left foot from the rack, step behind the opponent’s right foot.
  3. Unbalance an opponent. At the same time, rotate the casing so that you are not back on the floor.

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

  1. Place your right foot between the opponent’s legs.

  2. With your left foot, make a substep, rest your shoulder against the opponent’s center of gravity.
  3. Take the opponent by the legs and stand. The opponent will be on your shoulders.

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

Training for those who want to learn self-defense skills: 6 captures from freestyle wrestling

Photo: Elina Lee

  1. Grab your opponent.
  2. Your task is to bring the striker off balance.

    To do this, simultaneously push it down with your hands, and with your foot cut off his leg before he has time to transfer the center of gravity to it.

  3. The opponent falls. And you have some time left to escape from it and be safe.

We thank the wrestling club WrestTime and Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports, Youth, and Tourism (GTsOLIFK) for assistance in organizing and conducting the shooting.

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