How To Escape When Both Wrists Are Held - Krav Maga Self-Defense Technique

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How To Escape When Both Wrists Are Held - Krav Maga Self-Defense Technique

This page provides details on how to escape an opponent who has grabbed both of your wrists. This Krav Maga technique is also known as a double wrist escape. While this situation is unlikely to occur often in a fight, it could occur when an assailant is trying to control a victim (i.e. a drunk harassing a woman in a bar).

To learn other wrist releases and escapes, visit the main self-defense Wrist Releases section.

For more Krav Maga techniques, please visit the main Krav Maga Techniques section.

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