How To Defend Against A Rear Bear Hug

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How To Defend Against A Rear Bear Hug

This page focuses on self-defense techniques against rear bear hugs (either with arms pinned or arms free).

You would use these martial arts techniques if someone grabbed you from behind.

For more self-defense techniques and counters, visit the main Self-Defense section.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Techniques against a Rear Bear Hug (Arms Free)

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Aikido Technique against a Rear Bear Hug

Kung Fu Technique against a Rear Bear Hug


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