Friday, November 18, 2011

Are there any martial arts that involve grabbing a person and forcing them against something hard?

It%26#039;s hard to describe, but my problem is that I%26#039;m kind of weak when it comes to punching or kicking someone. But if I were to grab someone and like slam them against the ground or against a wall that%26#039;s where I seem to be strongest. I know the question seems a little vague, but are there any martial arts similar to this? I know Judo is kind of similar but not what I%26#039;m looking for.|||Martial Arts is about learning the art, so think of something you want to learn about such as Brazilian jiu jitsu which is grappling and ground fighting or what I personally enjoy Muay Thai, which is a more striking and stand up grappling art that uses hands, feet, elbows, and knees instead of just the hands as seen in Western boxing. .|||You want leverage, power, balance and mastery of momentum.

Some of the arts that can teach you just that are:


Wrestling (freestyle and greco roman)



These arts don%26#039;t specifically teach you to throw people into hard stuff, however the principles they teach apply in that situation.

In my experience you can learn a lot just pushing a partner around (in my case brothers and roommates) You can learn techniques, holds, and the inside bait and switch game.|||Jiujitsu comes to mind but it can transcend many martial arts. The ability to use your environmental surroundings as a weapon is a universal concept for many styles including jiujitsu. Judo is the sport form of jiujitsu so yes it would contain such tactics. Slamming someone to the pavement, against the wall, grabbing an attacker%26#039;s knife hand and breaking his elbow against a corner of a building, etc etc. These are some of the moves you%26#039;re talking about.|||Aikido is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba (often referred to by his title %26#039;O Sensei%26#039; or %26#039;Great Teacher%26#039;). On a purely physical level it is an art involving some throws and joint locks that are derived from Jujitsu and some throws and other techniques derived from Kenjutsu. Aikido focuses not on punching or kicking opponents, but rather on using their own energy to gain control of them or to throw them away from you. It is not a static art, but places great emphasis on motion and the dynamics of movement.|||It seems like you want a grappling art, look around your local area and see whats available. However, don%26#039;t be put off striking arts too easily. Technique is a big part of power and an art with good body mechanics will give you a lot of power. If you are training for self defence you need to be a well rounded fighter rather than over specialised, dont ignore striking, grappling and good old escaping.|||The Bas Rutten Self defense system it%26#039;s not really a one sided martial art but extremely entertaining while learns to kick major butt.

He teaches you multiple techniques from his expanded Mixed Martial Arts mind and puts them together to come up with a video that allows you to do the most damage in a casual or bar setting. Plus it%26#039;s hilarious.|||Randy Couture style. Seriously. He%26#039;s got a background in Greco-Roman wrestling and has adapted it to MMA. Check out his fights. He grabs people in the clinch, then puts them up against the fence.

Actually any martial art with a strong clinch, such as Judo, Muay Thai, or wrestling would give you a good base in what you%26#039;re looking for.|||Wrestling and Brazillian Jiu Jitsu are all about taking your opponent to the ground but if you%26#039;re looking for practical self defense I really suggest you use a striking style.|||You are looking for a grappling martial art rather than a striking martial art.|||Judo

Brazilian Ju Jit Su

Ju Jit Su

Crav Maga |||Bujinkan?|||do a google search for russian martial arts, that involves grappling, holds etc. and lift some weights lol|||it is usually considered assault.

|||Look up a lesser known Art called Comrac Bas. It may be what your looking for.|||bjj

|||rape fu

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