When a fight—or an attack on a woman—starts, one of the most common situations is that the brute falls at the side, with the victim's head and arm controlled.
In the heat of the moment, the victim doesn't even think. They give in, flail, and often give up. The result may be tears, humiliation or worse.
But Master Rickson Gracie reminds us that, no matter the size of the attacker, the defense here is simple like a walk in the park—a walk in the park with a happy ending, no less.
Take note of the role of the shoulders, and enjoy your self-defense studies with Master Rickson.