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Sambo Submission Fighting Volume 3: Leg, Foot and Ankle Locks
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This is easily the worlds most in depth instructional ever presented on the deadly Leg, Foot and Ankle Locks of Russion Sambo! Sambo is renowned as having the best leg lock submissions of all fighting styles and Russian Master Vladislav Koulikov shows you Sambo’s best! No matter what your fighting style is, whether Gi or no Gi this awesome DVD will give you the edge in competition or on the street as you learn Sambo’s deadliest leg and foot submissions from every conceivable position including the mount, guard, side mount, scarf hold and standing positions. Just some of the techniques presented include: The Rolling Knee Bar, Achilles Heel Crush from the open guard position, Grapevine the Leg to Heel Hook Submission, Counter and Escape the Heel Hook, Knee Bar from open guard, Escape Knee Bar from open guard, Takedown to Calve Crush, Rolling Takedown to Knee Bar, Grapevine Hip Leg Lock, Toe Hold Heel Hook Combination, Double Knee Knot submission from the guard, Toe Hold and Ankle Lock Submission from in your opponents guard, Leg Lock to opponents open guard, Back Spin Knee Bar from your opponents 1/2 guard, Grapevine Foot Hold and Heel Hook from your butterfly guard, Rolling Toe Hold as you escape your opponents 1/2 guard, Leg Lock Submission from your scarf hold position, Knee Knot Submission from your side mount position, Knee Bar from your closed guard, Drop Spinning Leg lock from a standing position plus a series of lethal street fighting leg breaks when you are in a life on death survival situation! This exciting DVD also includes live fight footage of Master Vladislav Koulikov defeating opponents in tournaments with his dynamic Sambo throws and submission techniques! It’s all here, jam packed with all the leg and foot submissions you will ever need to win on the street or in competition
sambo It originated in the Russian SFSR in Soviet Union. The word sambo is an acronym of the romanization samozashchita bez oruzhiya (Russian: самозащита без оружия), which literally translates to ‘self-defence without weapons’. The correct, official English spelling, approved by USA Wrestling and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee, is SOMBO.
Sambo is relatively modern since its development began in the early 1920s by the Soviet NKVD and Red Army to improve hand-to-hand combat abilities of the servicemen. It was intended to be a merger of the most effective techniques of other martial arts.
The pioneers of sambo were Viktor Spiridonov and Vasili Oshchepkov. Oshchepkov spent several years living in Japan and training in Judo under its founder Kano Jigoro. Oshchepkov died in prison as a result of the Great Purge after being accused of being a Japanese spy.
Spiridonov and Oshchepkov independently developed two different styles, which eventually cross-pollinated and became what is known as sambo. Compared to Oshchepkov’s system, called “free wrestling” in Russia (known in the West as catch-as-catch-can wrestling or simply catch wrestling), Spiridonov’s style was softer and less brutal. It was also less strength-dependent, which in large part was due to injuries Spiridonov sustained during World War I.
Anatoly Kharlampiev, a student of Vasili Oshchepkov, is also considered a founder of sambo. In 1938, it was recognized as an official sport by the USSR All-Union Sports Committee.
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