Crown technique: personal technical arsenal
of crown technique in
self-defense even more critical task then in sport Judo or wrestling:
sport you can concentrate and be successful (up to certain level) using
but not ‘crown’-like, techniques, in self-defense
when under stress of imposed fight in unfavorable conditions (it’s
way) you must act on intuitive, reflexive level – witch means you must
crown, personalized techniques, and witch means you should have at
crown technique in each self-defense tactical group.
like an unbearable task for a new-starter, but this where personalized
self-defense training (don’t mix it with individual
training) comes in play.
talk first about more challenging
task: developing personal (“crown”) sport Judo technical arsenal.
crown techniques good Judo master should have?
masters (as well as wrestling and other combat sport masters) have
from one to twelve crown techniques. The median is two-three. This is
sport Judo as the competitive top level sport fight is all about
getting to the
position to execute the crown technique (if on the way to such position
performed some other technique, this is excellent, but not much
most probably, result of your opponent’s error).
about self-defense? How many self-defense moves should be trained on
of crown technique?
fight is short. The tactical situation is imposed on you by type of
assaulted with. You don’t have much time and opportunity to prepare and
tactical situation for applying your favorite, crown, technique (if you
it’s already not self-defense, but fight and fight, ether in a dojo or
street, has its own tactical rules – see
So, you need to have train to intuitive application level (a.k.a. crown technique) one defense move from each typical defense group – defense
punches and hand strikes, defense against kicks, defense against grabs
locks. It will make your self-defense training plan consists of five or
high priority technical moves witch is looks like manageable plan.
What is crown technique?