Grab, Be Grabbed or Both; It’s All the Same in the End.
There’s a basic understanding about close quarters conflict that must be understood and is often overlooked by students who practice Krav Maga.
The concept starts with the simple recognition that if someone is trying to hurt you in close proximity, the aggressor must also put him or herself into your proximity – your sphere of influence. The concept continues to extrapolate into smaller subsets or martial ideas. Today, I’m focused on aggression that starts with a grab.
In the video below, I explain how as someone grabs you, he or she can also be grabbed. This is an important concept I developing tactile awareness and in understanding the joint lock flow drill (search Kravology for this drill). Check it out and walk in peace…