REVERSE HIP THROW (Neck and Arm variation)

(1) From a fighting position push of the right foot and step in with the left foot. At the same time STRIKE your opponent hard on his right shoulder with the heel of your left hand and grab his clothing at the area struck (the blow should be hard enough to cause him to momentarily lose balance). Push step off your right foot stepping to the outside of your opponent’s right foot with your left foot.

(2) Over hook and grasp your opponent’s right arm with your left hand at the triceps and pull his arm into you. STRIKE the throat or side of the neck with the inside (the boney area) of your right forearm. Next encircle the opponent’s neck with the same arm. Step around your opponent with your right foot and place it directly behind him. Thrust your hips to your right as far as possible to gain buttock to buttock contact, pulling your opponent into position on your right hip and suspending him in midair. Your opponent’s right arm should be locked in to your side with your left elbow. Your knees should be bent, feet shoulder width apart and your body bent forward slightly.

(3) Using your right hip as the fulcrum, straighten your legs thrusting your hips upward. Continue the pull with the left hand. At the same time bend forward turning your torso to the left while finishing the pull forward and downward with both arms driving your opponent into the ground. Throw the opponent over your right hip and NOT over the outside of your right leg.

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

(Please note: In practice the reverse hip throws or their variations 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.)

Reverse Hip Throw vs Right Straight Punch

(1.) Your adversary attempts a right straight punch. Step off forward at an angle with your left foot, slipping to the outside of his strike.

(2.) Immediately grab his shoulder with your left hand and control his upper arm just above his elbow with your right hand. Pull with your left hand and strike him with your knee, high up on the outside of his thigh at the hip joint.

(3.) Immediately after striking him with your knee place your left foot down to the outside of his right foot. Simultaneously, your right arm travels up and over your opponent’s right arm striking him in the throat with the boney area of the inside of your forearm. Step around your opponent with your right foot and place it directly behind him. Thrust your hips to your right as far as possible to gain buttock to buttock contact, pulling your opponent into position on your right hip. Using your right hip as the fulcrum, straighten your legs thrusting your hips upward. At the same time bend forward turning your torso to the left. Pull his head forward and downward toward your left knee with both arms driving your opponent into the ground.

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

(Please note: In practice the reverse hip throws or their variations 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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