A standard flow drill being composed of two central jujitsu arm secure standing protection. These 2 arm locks are Waki Gatame or the armpit hold (additionally referred to as waki-jime or armpit squeeze) and also Ude Garami (arm complexity).
Waki Gatame is best related to an extensive straight arm. The strategy is related to the elbow joint. On The Other Hand, Ude Garami is ideal utilized against a curved or flexing arm. Ude Garami most straight attacks the shoulder joint although in a minority of individuals pain is also felt in the elbow joint.
Drawn from a grown-up jujitsu self-defense course at the Jukido Academy in Palm Coast, Florida.