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    Lua Videos

    Post by ninja on Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:53 pm

    Lua: A Right of Passage - Hawaiian Martial Arts Hoike, July 24 2011


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    Post by ninja on Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:11 pm

    Grabbing Technique #1 Fast

    In this one-step demonstration, Kumu Brandon Taylor counters a right cross with an inward parry block followed by a right cross to the lower ribs or hip, then an open-hand punch to the lower ribs/kidney followed by a forearm to the neck and takedown.


    Grabbing Technique #2 Fast

    In this one-step demonstration, Kumu Brandon Taylor counters a grab with a dolphin arm break/hyper-extension followed by a trap and a knee, then a takedown and an arm break against the thigh.


    Grabbing Technique #3 Fast

    In this fast one-step demonstration, Kumu Brandon Taylor counters a grab with an octopus arm grab from the outside, resulting in a hyper-extension/break and takedown.


    Grabbing Technique #4 Slow

    In this slow one-step demonstration, Olohe Steve Taylor counters a two-hand grab with a shrimp left hand block, stepping inside to avoid the left hand and punches the throat. He then follows up with two strong open-hand punches to the lower ribs.


    Grabbing Technique #5 Fast

    In this fast one-step demonstration, Kumu Brandon Taylor blocks a right cross using an outward lei block, rakes the face, grabbing skin and/or hair and clothing along the way, followed by an open-hand right cross to the throat. Once Brandon has a hold on the skull, he pulls down sharply with his left hand, and lifts with his right to start the takedown. If Brandon steps forward, the takedown is less damaging. If he steps backward, the takedown can result in serious damage to the neck and spine. We step forward during class and demonstrations for safety.


    Grabbing Technique #6

    In this slow one step demonstration, Olohe Steve Taylor blocks a two-hand grab using a dolphin style downward block followed by a two-hand punch to the throat, letting the hands slide by the head. He then grabs the neck, pulling the head down, opening up the face for a powerful headbutt, dropping a lot of bodyweight into the strike. This will result in serious damage to the eyes, bones of the face, nose and mouth. For demonstrations and class, we only do this technique slow for safety.


    Grabbing technique 7 slow

    In this slow one step demonstration, Kumu Brandon Taylor blocks a right cross with a downward parry block, followed by a forearm to the throat. The right hand serves as a check on the punch in case a left hook is coming next and/or we miss the block with the left hand.


    Grabbing Technique #8 Slow

    In this slow one-step demonstration, Olohe Steve Taylor blocks a two-hand grab using a downward parry block with his left hand and catches Kumu Brandon's left hand with his right.

    The left hand transitions to an outward lei block, turning Brandon and transitioning to a hammer lock from behind followed by a stomp to the back of the knee and a takedown.

    This is our modified version of Olohe Kaihewalu's technique.


    Grabbing Technique #9 Fast

    In this fast one-step demonstration, Kumu Brandon Taylor blocks a two-hand grab by stepping to the side to avoid Olohe Steve's right hand while using a hard outward block with his right hand.

    Next Brandon follows with a hammerfist to the face, a left cross to the groin and a lei punch to the jaw. For safety, the lei punch is thrown low to avoid contact.


    Grabbing Technique #10 Fast

    In this fast, one-step demonstration Kumu Brandon Taylor blocks a right cross with an inward parry block followed by a open-hand right cross to the face.

    After that, an attempt is made to hyper-extend or break the punching arm by catching it on the way back and coming over the top with a forearm to the jaw. Next comes a right cross to the groin, hopefully resulting in a takedown.


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