Thursday, June 16, 2005

BJJ Move # 16: Kimura (a/k/a chickenwing) from North and South

Another opportunity for the Kimura-- North & South.

WARNING! These techniques could result in serious injury or death if practiced incorrectly or even if performed correctly. They should only be practiced with the supervision of an experienced instructor.

Kimura (a/k/a chickenwing) from North and South:
First, pin down your opponent’s right upper arm (between his shoulder and elbow) with your right knee/shin.
Then grab his left wrist on his belly with your right hand, palm down, your thumb facing his elbow.
T-stack your hands (left forearm underneath his left elbow, left hand on top of your own right wrist), then jerk up, bringing his left shoulder off the mat (and rising onto your left foot) and apply chicken-wing shoulderlock by turning counterclockwise (to left).

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