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Jiu-Jitsu Self-Defense | 4 Options For Grabs From Behind

Here are some defensive options from common standing grabs from behind. Aside from the rear choke grab (see a previous video on my channel for that one), these are some solutions for efficiently and effectively getting out of a double arm pin, a bear hug (2 options) and a full-nelson.

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Springroll Fightwear says:

Thanks eli for doing this video.. i agree that in a real fight situation that the full nelson rarely existed but just like you mention, kids like to do those things growing up and one of my friend's son told me that is how he got bullied by larger kids and do not know how to get out of it. When he asked me how to, I'm lost.. hahaha.. thanks again for sharing

teddy groucar says:

Awesome techniques!

Anthony Gerber says:

I've seen all these moves before but they are all solid. Great video! I actually used the rear bear hug defense without even thinking when I was grabbed from behind in a bar years back and it worked like a charm!

ootsam says:

Such great real-world explanation. But are you sure you don’t want to use your aikido chi to knock him out with your Aura?

Steezy Mesa says:

I can fight people in the ghetto, smh always trying to drop people in the fight

Josue Rocha says:

bro wow I was looking for this just now and this comes up.amazing lol

Greg Daniels says:

Great video and breakdown Eli

Super Idiot says:

Thanks a lot. This is really help me

Oreo Carlton says:

Very interesting, do more of these rare in sport position escapes

Carlo Rusconi says:

Your teaching is awesome. Thanks. Can you explain also how to defend from a rear bear hug when arms are free? It is a pretty standard grab and I don't like the standard jujitsu defense where you base and grab your opponent foot. Thanks

Liz Acosta says:

I want to do Jiu Jitsu

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