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Standing Restraints are holds used in a standing position to control the aggressor through the use of joint-locking techniques. Unlike standard Kansetsu-Waza (Joint-locking Techniques), Standing restraints are used to control aggressors rather than damage the joints.

From a position of control the controller/defender can take the aggressor is their desired direction of even take them down to the ground in a controlled manner.

Here is a list of some Standing Restraints:

Straight Arm-lock across the Shoulders

Wrist-lock holding the bicep

Wrist-lock with both hands (Gooseneck)

Standing Bent Arm-lock (Figure Four)