The chicken wing self defense technique is helpful when neither of your arms are free. Learn how to defend yourself from the chicken wing with tips from a martial arts expert in this women's self defense video.
Something an attacker might do to drag you away is what I like to call chicken wing. It's where they grab both elbows behind your back where you can't use your arms. For example he's got me here. What am I going to do? He's going to drag me backwards. I don't want to be. So from here don't worry about your hands. Worry about your feet. Here. This is a knee break. All you have to do is place your foot on the top of his knee and push straight back. It locks out the knee and if you do it hard enough it'll break it here. So he's got my arms tied up. I don't worry about my arms. I worry about my legs. Bring the foot up, place it on top of his knee, straight back. Like I said before, when you're doing a kick, stomp on it. Stomp on it as hard as you can. Here then here. Be careful when you're practicing this because you can lock out and hurt a knee. Boom. Boom. One, two.