Questions tagged [submissions]

Techniques used with the intention of forcing the opponent to submit (via tapping, verbally, etc). Includes chokeholds, joint-locks, and other pain-compliance techniques.

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What is the hold called that forces the thighs apart in opposite directions from the pelvis?

What is the submission called that forces the thighs apart from the pelvis in opposite directions?
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What is the name of this ne waza?

What is the name of this ne waza? https://youtu.be/VfI22dZ979A Youtube transcript from commentator: The attacker drops down to a drop [knee] seoi. It fails, keeps pulling his opponent down. Once it ...
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Submissions in Pehlwani?

According to Wikipedia, in (some rulesets of) the Indian grappling sport Pehlwani, one can win with locks and submissions. However, English language resources on the techniques of Pehlwani are very ...
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Are there any positions where you can finish multiple submissions at once?

Most people that have been practicing BJJ or most other grappling arts for a while know that it can be hard to maintain position while finishing a submission. This is why BJJ often has "backup" ...
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How to correctly apply a calf slicer

I have been messing around a bit with the Eddie Bravo twister "banana split" and calf slicer, and the majority of the time I attempt the calf slicer, I come across the same problem . I have everything ...
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Body constriction techniques

Judo shime-waza comprises three types of technique: blood-chokes air-chokes body constrictions The most famous of the third type is the (competition-banned) do-jime, but it is also possible to ...
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What submissions are not allowed in competitive Judo?

After watching a number of matches during the Olympics it seemed like a lot of opportunities for submissions weren't even pursued. In the matches I observed I only saw two legitimate submission ...
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