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Combat Grappling

Any martial arts system that hope to offer its partcipants a true wholistic approach needs to include a level of grappling.

Grappling refers to techniques, manoeuvres, and counters applied to an opponent in order to gain a physical advantage, such as improving relative position, escaping, submitting, or injury to the opponent. Techniques can be broadly subdivided into Clinch Fighting, Takedowns and Throws; Submission holds and Pinning or Controlling Techniques; and Sweeps, Reversals, Turnovers, and Escapes.

A recognised instructor in Combat Submission Wrestling, the Trojan Academy utilise submission wrestling and submission fighting techniques from:

  • judo
  • jiu-jitsu
  • brazilian jiu-jitsu 
  • sambo
  • pankration
  • catch wrestling
  • freestyle wrestling
  • greco-roman
  • dumog
  • silat
  • buno
  • shoot fighting

When added into the striking and weapons aspects of the martial arts combat grappling offers the student useful skills in all ranges of combat.