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What martial arts training covers restraining, or fighting , those with martial arts training?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19445points) March 8th, 2019

I took non-violent crisis training years ago. It taught me how to break a hold, but not several at once. What training goes to restraining, or breaking a hold , from those with martial arts training? Also how does one break a hold from someone, or several, who know what they are doing? Do police and militia have training to use against other police s.w.a.t. or militia.

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JLeslie's avatar

I took a class when I worked at a psych hospital. It was great. I don’t know what it was called. It taught how to break a hold and how to restrain someone. We don’t want to hurt anyone in this situation.

I took a short class where I live (they go over different things every week, I only went once) and it was about how to not get stabbed, and how to get away. This is slightly different than the hospital situation, and some different skills are focused on.

I think any class on self defense is probably good. I want to start going to more. I have forgotten most of what I was taught.

ragingloli's avatar

Maybe one could learn where to stash your Karambit for easy reach, and then where to sever the opponents tendons, or the location of their main arteries.

SmartAZ's avatar

A ninja school teaches that.

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Darth_Algar's avatar

I’m trying to figure out how someone puts another person in several holds at once.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Maybe someone is using a net to have several holds?

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

@Darth_Algar Multiple people. Each taking a limb.

Darth_Algar's avatar

Oh. Well if you get in that kind of position you’re probably screwed.

MrGrimm888's avatar

Holds, and restraint, often have a lot to do with the individuals. Strength, flexibility, and pain tolerance are variables.

Nowadays, drugs also play a role.

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