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In the event that you have any inquiries that you would like resolved, please make sure to post them in the comment section that follows this one. In this free kung fu lesson, Sifu Phu Ngo instructs you on how to get out of a situation in which you are being held by two people at the same time.
The beauty of this technique is that it simply takes a few minutes to master.
Pay close attention, in particular, to the portion of the explanation in which he discusses simultaneously moving both of your arms. This is a fantastic kung fu technique that will throw off your adversary’s mental game.
Tips When Dealing With Someone Gripping you The Ngo Dac Na Way:
A common mistake when someone tries to grab you is pulling away. All this does is signal to the person through touch that you are trying to escape their grip. Another common mistake a person makes is they try to muscle their way out of a grab.
What you should do is first and foremost stay connected at the P.O.C.K.E.T. What is the pocket you might be asking? The pocket is an acronym that stands for Point Of Contact Kinetic Energy Transfer. That’s a mouthful to say, isn’t it?
What this basically means is where ever your assailant is grabbing you that is where your attention and focus should be. Not trying to pull away from the grip, rather be okay with staying right where you are. At this point, you are listening to your opponent. It is at this point the energy of the situation will dictate to you your next response.