How do you flip someone over?
Place your bottom into their hips, bend over, squat, and lift, while pulling their arm forward. You should be able to hold them on your hips. Roll them off of your hip. Flipping them straight over your back or high into the air gives them a chance to recover and land or their feet or in some other stabilized position.
How do you flip someone bigger than your shoulder?
Squat slightly, to get your hips below your opponent’s, and continue pulling on your opponent’s left hand with your right. His hips should end up over your hips and his left armpit should end up over your left shoulder. Straighten your legs, lifting your hips — and thus your opponent’s — straight up.
How do you flip someone over in bed?
Standing with one foot ahead of the other, shift your weight to your front foot (or knee if you put your knee on the bed) as you gently pull the patient’s shoulder toward you. Then shift your weight to your back foot as you gently pull the person’s hip toward you.
How do you make someone fall down?
Squeeze your bicep and forearm closed and push the person’s head forwards with your other arm. Hold the choke for 10-20 seconds and slowly lower the person to the ground. You can also subdue your opponent by jabbing them in the eyes, striking their nose with your palm, or kneeing them in the groin.
How do you defend yourself?
Be loud to intimidate the attacker and create attention in case somebody is nearby.
- Hammer strike. Using your car keys is one of the easiest ways to defend yourself.
- Groin kick.
- Heel palm strike.
- Elbow strike.
- Alternative elbow strikes.
- Escape from a ‘bear hug attack’
- Escape with hands trapped.
- Escape from side headlock.