Combat sambo is a specialized form of the Russian fighting system that was created for Soviet special forces and police. Today, combat sambo techniques are used throughout the world as an extremely effective hand-to-hand combat fighting style. From traditional judo throws to strikes and weapons handling, follow these. I have various sambo books, and throws, takedowns, leglocks, armlocks, etc, and the names of the techniques are self-explanatory. For example, Osoto nage is labeled as "Throw Backwards (First variant)". Ippon Seoi Nage is labeled as " Throw forward (Second variant)". A turnover for when your oponent is. Sambo's early development stemmed from the independent efforts of Vasili Oshchepkov and Viktor Spiridonov, to integrate the techniques of Catch wrestling , Judo, Jujutsu, and other foreign martial arts into native Turkic wrestling styles. Oschepkov taught judo to elite Red Army forces at the Central Red Army House.
6 Feb Lastly, the fact striking is a part of combat Sambo means the grappling takes that into account, even at a fundamental level. Much of BJJ seems to treat an opponent above you striking as a temporary issue that will go away when you pull off the next technique. From the little I've learned, Sambo techniques. If we take a person who is interested in self-defense only, not in sports, should he learn some throws, just to know what wrestling is? Wrestling Throws - 'Wrestling throws are the application of techniques that involve lifting the opponent up and throwing or slamming him down'. See: Sambo Throws and Takedowns.