Monday, 2 March 2015

Chiao Yun Xie Is A Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu Expert

Chiao Yun Xie is a martial arts professional with specialization in Brazilian JiuJitsu. It is a self defense, and a martial arts combat sport, which focuses on grappling, particularly ground fighting. This form of jiujitsu is made from Kodokan Judo ground fighting basics that were taught to Luiz France and Carlos Gracie by Soshihiro Satake and Mitsuyo Maeda. Brazilian JiuJitsu is its own type of art through the adaptation, practices, and experimentation from the Judo knowledge of Helio and Carlos Gracie, who then transferred their knowledge on to their other family members. Chiao says that Brazilian jiujitsu advocates the concept that a weaker, smaller individual can successfully defend against a stronger, bigger assault by utilizing proper leverage and techniques. 

Chiao Yun Xie describes 4 different types of guards that are used in Brazilian Jiujitsu. These include:-

Open Guard:

He says that the open guard is an extremely functional position. The guard applies to as open, anytime when an individual has his or her opponent in this position, and he or she does not have their legs locked at the back of the opponent.

Closed Guard:
Chiao Yun Xie says that the closed guard is the most basic of all Brazilian jiujitsu positions. It is performed by lying on the back and controlling the opponent by folding legs around his or her waist.  

Spider Guard:

This guard is most frequently used by gi practitioners. A fighter can get wrist control of the opponent with the help of his or her kimono, and then can place his or her feet on the inner side of the biceps of the opponent. This kind of control can be used to force your partner to stand and set up quick arm bars and triangle chokes.

Butterfly Guard:
Chiao Yun Xie explains that there are a variety of Brazilian jiujitsu positions that are named after an animal they imitate, and the butterfly guard is one of them. The attacks focus on lifting the opponent or to pull yourself beneath him or her using your feet, and then taking them out of their base.

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