Navy SEAL Fighting Styles

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Navy SEAL fighting styles often require you to begin from an engaging position. Find out about Navy SEAL fighting styles with help from a champion NCAA wrestler and mixed martial artist in this free video clip.

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My name is Robert Weeks, I'm a Mixed Martial artist. Today, I'm here at Main Event Sports Club to show you Navy SEALs fighting techniques. The first move I'm going to show you here, is from an engaging position. This is when you are no longer, when you no have have ammo or any means to bring your opponent down without your bare hands. As your opponent or assailant comes at you, you guys are going to be going into a clinch like scenario, where one's looking for a little bit more leverage over the other person. When using a Half Nelson in this position, you're going to want to make sure that you lock onto his head very tight. He's going to want to struggle from the second he realizes you're trying to put him in a headlock. So, as soon as you construct, get that struggle off, of your arms and you lock your arms onto his head. You're going to want to make sure you keep it in tight. From this position right here, you have a few different things you can do. You can take your knee and deliver it to his sternum, you can take your foot and stomp out on his toes. You can take a couple cheap shots into his ribs, with either your knees or your other fist. Or, you can even roll over on your side, and land on your opponent's body. When the Navy Seals go hand to hand combat scenario, they do not look to save lives, they're always looking to subdue and take out the assailant immediately. That means no life or death, it just means purely death situations. So, when you grab a hold of the neck, you're going to want to make sure to have not a bit of remorse, and you're going to want to put it in as tight as a vice that you can make. When you land your opponent squarely on the back, if done correctly, you should land right on the upper part of his neck and his chest. Doing so with your arm already pivoted behind his neck, should create a vice point and it could possibly break the neck of your opponent. And those are some Navy SEALs fighting techniques, see you next time.

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