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This situation is where one combatant is knocked down, and the other remains standing up. I will demonstrate how to get back to your feet safely while an opponent is standing over you throwing punches and kicks.

*NOTE* Do NOT break your fall by slapping your forearms/hands against the pavement when breaking your fall on a hard surface like the street or sidewalk, . You can injure yourself. Just bend your knees, tuck your chin, and roll on your back. You should ONLY use your hands/forearms to break your fall (like I demonstrated on the video) on a soft surface.

Johnny Rock Stah

are you sure about flipping someone over your shoulder when your in a foward lateral neck restraint you could break your own neck just ask the next police officer you talk to
just curious, what if the guy standing stomps your nads when your laying on your back?
I don't think that was Jason Ellis but good vid.
Is that Jason Ellis ! RED DRAGONS !!
i have away to stop the guy if he chokes you.... kick him straight in the nuts
Excellent vid! My previous instructor and I had this ongoing debate about this scenario. He advocated staying on your back and using scissor kicks to keep your opponent at bay til he went away!! I advocated getting up quickly before buddies friends droped a cinder block on your head or dogpiled on you while you're laying there. I finally convinced him of the merits of my viewpoint, but we never came up with a completely satisfactory way to get up without exposing ourselves to further attack. This technique nicely minimizes the risk. I'm gonna point it out to him...

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