Kid's Program

Kid's Program

Bridging the Gap:

Step back with your left behind his right leg to a fighting horse, your left hand circles around behind his head so you can grab his hair (or forehead if he has short or no hair), pull his hair/head back and down, right tiger mouth strike his throat as you pivot 90°to his back with your left hand on his right shoulder; and step forward with your right then left driving him back and taking him down, kneel on your right knee and slam his head into the ground with your right tiger mouth on his throat.

Armlock: (C)

Punch forward with your left arm (to free it from his grip) as you step back 45° to the right with your left foot; pivot to a fighting stance, left-side elbow strike to his face, and counter grab his right wrist with your right hand; step forward 45° to the right with your left foot, rotate your hand clockwise, your left hand moves to a guard position; pull his right arm to your right hip with your right hand as you left front kick his lead leg’s knee, plant forward with your left foot, and place your left vertical forearm against his right elbow; pivot 180° to a neutral bow stance as you pull back sharply with your right hand and push forward with your left forearm to break his elbow or take him down.

Grasping at Straws: (C)

Twist your wrists so your thumbs are facing up, pull straight up and back against his thumbs as you right front kick to his abdominal floor; plant-forward with your right foot to a fighting stance between his legs as you double knife hand strike his collar bones; clinch his head pulling it tight to your chest then pull him forward and downward as you step back with your right foot then your left foot, leaning forward pivot towards your back and throw him to the ground.

Headlock: (C)

Facing towards him. Step back with your leg that is opposite to his grab and kneel on it, uppercut tiger claw, and try to grab his gonies with that side’s hand, your other hand pulls down on his arm as you try to rip his junk off his body, (if need be, punch his junk several times to effect loosening of the choke).

Bearhug Pinned in Back: (A)

Pinned low (hands in front). Pull both arms straight up and free; if possible, step back with your left foot between his legs, pivot counterclockwise, and left rear elbow to the left side of his head; your left hand continues to your left side as your pivot continues to a Bow stance, execute a right knife-hand strike to his left carotid/vagus nerves area and grab his left shoulder, your left hand reaches up and grabs his right shoulder; holding him in position, deliver a right rising knee to his groin, step forward between his legs with your right leg, pushing him back as you twist pivoting towards your left causing him to trip and fall.

Wrapping the Gift: (C)

Spinning kicks. Step forward with your left foot and Naihanchi kick (with your right foot) his left supporting leg knee joint (breaking it or causing him to collapse), simultaneously strike with both of your knife hands to the back of his shoulder joints (to stop his spin and prevent his arms from striking you); step back with your right foot then your left foot and kneel on your left knee, pulling him onto your right knee, allow him to slide down to a sitting position, his back against your right shin, and put him into a rear naked choke.

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