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  1. Prince Vlad is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by soldiermedic25 View Post

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    She looks tough, wouldn't fancy rolling against her
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    Maybe its just me but grappling seems like something that you either do well or don't do at all. I went to an MMA gym's free trials for a few days and never came back because **** was FUCKING COMPLICATED.

    We were being taught the basics of defending ones self in a grappling situation. It started with how to deal with a clinch, keep arms on the inside and control the elbows so you can strike and open up for a judo throw(there was alot more but I couldn't keep up). Than we moved on to defending ones self when you're on your back which was all about using your legs to resist the person trying to walk closer to and sit on your chest. It also included pushing away using the opponent with a "bully shove", different guards, shrimping from side control, and ****.

    I took NOTHING away from that experience. ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StepInCross View Post
    Maybe its just me but grappling seems like something that you either do well or don't do at all. I went to an MMA gym's free trials for a few days and never came back because **** was FUCKING COMPLICATED.

    We were being taught the basics of defending ones self in a grappling situation. It started with how to deal with a clinch, keep arms on the inside and control the elbows so you can strike and open up for a judo throw(there was alot more but I couldn't keep up). Than we moved on to defending ones self when you're on your back which was all about using your legs to resist the person trying to walk closer to and sit on your chest. It also included pushing away using the opponent with a "bully shove", different guards, shrimping from side control, and ****.

    I took NOTHING away from that experience. ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
    I don't know about that. Sucking at jits was the thing that made me go back for more. I realised it was a weak spot for me, so it needed to be sorted out. I still suck after a year and a half, only I don't panic as much when I make mistakes.
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    4/29/2011 9:02am

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorChaos View Post
    Nope, kick to the balls. Kicks to the dick hurt, but a kick to the balls is 100 times worse. teep kicks are straight in, a groin kick should be thrown upward. Subtle difference, but it does make a difference.

    Before anyone gives me the D3adly Str33ts bullshit, I'm speaking from 20 years of sparring and occasionally being kicked low.
    Who cares you're still wrong or don't know what a teep is. A real teep to the pubic symphysis (which is right in front behind the base of the dick) is often a fight ender. For one it makes WAY more space than an upward kick to the T-bag. Secondly it can cause a pelvic joint break. Thirdly it will knock the person down if done correctly.
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    Last edited by cosmichearse; 4/29/2011 9:18am at .
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    Teep to the bladder == brutal also and since that's only a few inches above the symphysis it gives you yet another target in the same region that is likely to end the fight. Making groin area teeping a Good Idea.
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    Exactly, besides no one wants to fight after they wet their pants.
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    Now I'm going to practice dick teeping until I'm some sort of horrific dick teep master.
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