Can opener neck crank video
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The can opener (in Japanese Jujutsu referred to as kubi hishigi) is a hyperflexing neck crank that can be applied from the opponent’s guard or from a mounted position, by grabbing the opponent’s head using the hands, and forcing it towards the chest of the opponent. In competitions (where allowed) it is usually used as a taunting or distracting move, but if applied effectively in a competition, it may force the opponent to submit.
This may also refer to a type of neck compression employed from a rear mount position in which the back of the thumbs are used to drive into the neck starting from the high trapezius muscle toward the sternocleidomastoid muscles, causing severe discomfort, and even submission. As of 2006, this is permitted in shiai as long as the judoka’s thumbs remain straight, and not bent. Its most common uses are to open up an opponent’s chin for shime-waza or as a diversionary tactic.
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Warning!!! The neck cranks are very dangerous and illegal in most of tournaments. Don’t try these techniques outside of a qualified dojo