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    lol nothing always works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanT View Post
    Duh, flying scissors.
    I used to be able to do a reversed flying scissors!
    HA!

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    let's compare what happens in class. this is what we do in bjj. we warm up --> we learn an technique --> we play around with the technique without resistance --> we sparre --> we say thank you and go home.

    how is jjj different from bjj when it comes to what actually happens in training?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uglybugly View Post

    how is jjj different from bjj when it comes to what actually happens in training?
    At every BJJ school I've been to, we all strip down at the end of class, put our foam toe separators in place (can't let the toes touch!), and then go to town with the silly string while the sprinkler soaks us down.

    I'm not sure how they "bow out" in JJJ though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uglybugly View Post
    let's compare what happens in class. this is what we do in bjj. we warm up --> we learn an technique --> we play around with the technique without resistance --> we sparre --> we say thank you and go home.

    how is jjj different from bjj when it comes to what actually happens in training?
    I can only tell you what I've seen.
    Bjj: warm up, techniques, practise techniques, then with resistance, spar, cooling down, done.
    'anyone up for abeer since its friday?'
    ' zomg no! just eat, shower, sleep plz, im exhausted!'

    JJJ:10 mins movement aka 'warming up' yap yap yap complicated unworkable kote geashi to kote heneri, half assed o soto gari and wrist-to -mat lock.
    yap yap yap, fat black belts standing with spreaded legs and their hands on their hips.
    more yap yap yap, half assed corrections.
    no sparring, no cooling down, proceed to lockerroom, more yap yap, ' hey lets go drink beer'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Skippy View Post
    At every BJJ school I've been to, we all strip down at the end of class, put our foam toe separators in place (can't let the toes touch!), and then go to town with the silly string while the sprinkler soaks us down.
    Oh good i thought it was just my BJJ school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere View Post
    Danzan Ryu JJ is considered WJJ even though it was founded by a a Japanese.
    A guy from Hilo named Henry was Japanese?
    "Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez

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    ok so basically jjj don't spare? how do they make it work if they don't spare? none of my techniques work before I spare.

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    I think they 'spare' their energy for later, which is why were telling you to train BJJ or judo instead of JJJ if you want to fight/be competitive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syphilis View Post
    lol nothing always works.
    I'll elaborate what I meant

    When applied properly BJJ techniques do what they are supposed to do.

    Many tradJJ techniques that rely on pressure points and Teh De@dly won't ever work.

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