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    Shime-waza (in particular hadaka-jime)

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    justcurious


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    Post by justcurious Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:23 pm

    Does anyone know of any research (especially peer-reviewed) which discusses the mechanics of shime-waza and in particular hadaka-jime? I am looking for articles that discusses the amount of force needed to cause loss of consciousness and/or other damage (for example, fractured hyoid bone or cartilage damage). I am also looking for articles (again, peer-reviewed if possible) that discusses injuries and fatalities when applying these techniques. Many thanks.
    NBK
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    Post by NBK Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:57 pm

    If you search in Google there are some - CK posted a number of the a few years ago, IIRC.
    JudoSensei
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    Post by JudoSensei Thu Nov 13, 2014 5:08 am

    Here is a link which includes some images, video, and articles about judo shimewaza: http://judoinfo.com/chokes1.htm

    One or the articles says: "the amount of pressure directed to the superior carotid trianile needs to be no more than 300 mm Hg to cause unconsciousness in an adult." http://judoinfo.com/chokes5.htm

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