Warrior Project on the Blue Mountain Part 2
15th to 18th March 2009

HAVING FUN WITH THROWS, PIN-DOWNS AND COUNTERS

Warrior Project

Grandmaster Kai Uwe explains that a good way to pin down an opponent is after throwing him onto the ground

How do you apply a pin-down on an opponent? Firstly, you have to throw him onto the ground. The movement, especially the connection between the throw and the pin-down, should be smooth. Course participants have a lot of fun practicing the various pin-downs and their counters. In our school, gender is not a problem in countering a pin-down. It is heartening to see elegant ladies overthrowing hefty men who have successfully pinned them down.

PLEASE NOTE: you can download the video clips onto your own computer and view them at your leisure. Enter the webpage (not this one) where the selected video clip can be downloaded. Place your computer pointer at the picture or one of the links, and right click. Choose “Save Target As”. Select the directory or sub-directory where you wish to keep the video clip. Click “Save”.

Having Fun with Throws, Pin-Downs and Counters

Counters against Pin-Downs Counters against Pin-Downs Counters against Pin-Downs
Applying Pin-Down after Throw Class Practice Gender is No Problem
Counters against Pin-Downs Counters against Pin-Downs Counters against Pin-Downs
Movement should be Smooth Class Practice Locking Opponents' Hands

LINKS

Warrior Project on the Blue Mountain 15th to 18th March 2009


Please click here for an Overview

Courses and Classes