Hip Throw – Double over hook variation vs. multiple punches
In this variation you are dealing with an opponent throwing multiple punches at you and you have observed his attack in time to immediately counter the attack. The objective here is to step in maintaining a good athletic forward posture and tie up and trap both of your opponent’s arms as quickly as possible and then execute a throw.

(1.) The opponent throws a right punch, block his right punch with your left arm. Your chin should be tucked below your left shoulder.

(2.) Drive off the right foot stepping into your opponent and move your head to the left. As you move, over hook and pin his right arm securely to your body locking his elbow. Simultaneously bring your right arm up over the opponent’s left shoulder. Turn your hand over, thumb down rolling your shoulder up to protect your chin and face.

Note: After locking the elbow in, you have the option of executing other throws such as the cross-hock takedown or the reverse hip throw or their variations that you find applicable.

(3.) Over hook the opponent’s left arm with your right arm wrapping his arm just above the elbow. Step to the inside of the opponent’s right foot with your right foot. (Step your right big toe to the inside of his right big toe.) Pivot on the right foot, at the completion of your pivot the heel of your right foot should end up next the arch of opponent’s right foot.

As you pivot on the right foot, your left foot goes just to the inside of your opponent’s left foot. The back of your left heel should be in line with the arch of his left foot. Your knees should be bent, your belt line should be below his belt line.

(4.) Straighten your legs quickly thrusting your hips into your opponent. Continue the pull with the left hand. Bend forward while finishing the pull forward and downward with both arms driving your opponent into the ground. Use the hip as the fulcrum, throwing the opponent over your right hip and NOT over the outside of your right leg.

(To do a left hip throw substitute the word “left” for “right” and “right” for “left”.)

Hip Throw – Double over hook vs. multiple punches from cover
In this variation you are dealing with an opponent throwing multiple punches at you and you have picked up on his attack late and have had only enough time to cover your head. The objective here is to step in quickly and get your axis forward and in a good athletic posture then tie up and pin both of your opponent’s arms as quickly as possible to avoid taking more punches.

(1.) The opponent throws a right punch at you and you just have enough time to bring your arms up to protect your head. The opponent’s right punch is blocked by your left forearm.

(2.) Drive off the right foot stepping into your opponent and move your head to the left. As you move over hook and pin his right arm securely to your body locking his elbow. Simultaneously bring your right arm up over the opponent’s left shoulder to nullify and block a punch from the opponent’s left hand.

Note: After step two after securing the first arm you have the option of executing other throws such as the Cross-hock takedown or the reverse hip throw or their variations that you find applicable.

(3.) Over hook the opponent’s left arm with your right arm wrapping his arm just above the elbow. Step to the inside of the opponent’s right foot with your right foot. Pivot on the right foot, at the completion of your pivot the heel of your right foot should end up next the arch of opponent’s right foot. As you pivot on your right foot, your left foot goes just to the inside of your opponent’s left foot. The back of your left heel should be in line with the arch of his left foot. Your knees should be bent, your belt line should be below his belt line.

(4.) Straighten your legs quickly thrusting your hips upward into your opponent. Continue the pull with the left hand at the same time bend forward while finishing the pull forward and downward with both arms driving your opponent into the ground. Use the hip as the fulcrum, throwing the opponent over your right hip and NOT over the outside of your right leg.

How to train:
Walk through the throw, step by step, while focusing on proper body positioning and execution. When in training strive for precision and accuracy. Do each PHASE of the throw one at a time with deliberate action. Gradually work to do it in one smooth motion. Once you have thoroughly learned the throw work for speed through constant practice.

 

Cross Hock takedown w/forearm hack
There are some instances that you may recognize an attack early while others take longer. Caught off guard, you may not be in the best position. You may only have time to cover your head with your arms. It is important to drill and practice techniques under these circumstances. Train to go from a covered position to getting into position to execute your takedown or throw.
In this variation you are caught somewhat off guard and you observe the incoming punch too late. Maybe all you have time to do is cover your head. Your opponent’s attack has closed the distance between you. The objective is to move forward from an unbalanced, caught off guard position and get your axis forward and drive him backward and disrupt his posture as soon as possible.

Although shown defending against a single punch this variation always works well against a multiple punch attack. The right forearm hack to the throat delivered with your elbow up covers the side of your face and head to protect against a punch coming in from the other side as you strike.

(1.) Your opponent has attempted a punch and you only have time to react at the last possible moment. Bring up your arms to cover your head.

(2.) Push off the right foot and step to approximately 10 o’clock with the left foot. Over hook the opponent’s right arm with your left arm and simultaneously STRIKE him in the throat with the blade of your right forearm. Drive his axis backward by pushing off with the right foot. (The drive of your forearm into his throat gets his head back beyond the plane of the heels of his feet.)

(3.) Push off with the right foot and step to the outside of your opponent’s right foot with your left foot. Bring your right knee forward and up in between your left leg and outside of your opponent’s right leg. Your right thigh should be raised until it is parallel with the ground. Swing your right leg downward and back without letting your right foot touch the ground and sweep your opponent’s right leg upward. The back of your calf should make contact with the back of his knee or calf as you sweep his leg high. As you sweep your opponent’s leg drive his head downward to the ground.

(To do the takedown to the opposite side substitute the word “left” for “right” and “right” for “left”.)

(Please note: In practice this technique should only be trained to the point of breaking your training partners balance. DO NOT FINISH THE THROW in training. There is a danger of serious injury to your training partner.)

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