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  1. CheeksWWAC is offline

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    But Judoka_UK, isnt there any ancient japanese secret you can teach me via the internet that can make me awesome at life? I mean thats why I joined this website in the first place. I thought I was gonna be able to train the keyboard and be da ****, instead everyone's just mean and post silly pictures that I dont understand. I mean up until yesterday I was gonna quit both of my gyms so I could devote more time to reading the grappling forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    As in BJJ you not only need to throw them flat on their back but also have control with that throw so you either land directly in side control or you remain standing or you finish with knee on belly.

    This of course requires a much greater degree of control then possessed by your average kyu grade and indeed many dan grades.
    Actually the best possible outcome is they land on their hands and knees/belly with you behind them, while they will be trying to turn and land on their back. So you need control, but it's not the same kind exactly as you want in Judo. A lot of guys (Saulo Ribeiro, for example) show some throws off a single grip for this reason in BJJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn View Post
    A lot of guys (Saulo Ribeiro, for example) show some throws off a single grip for this reason in BJJ.
    Aikido throw? Lul.
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    Yep, trying to be gentle with girls stops right about the first time you get choked out in front of people.
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    :LOL:she did...
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    OK - I'll throw an embarrassing anecdote out:

    Helping coach kids class last night. The technique was a standing armbar & I was the "bully". The class has done this or similar moves, so it went quite well up until a brand new student put it on me and started laying on my elbow hard. I tapped. Tapped again. Tapped on his leg. After I congratulated him on excellent technique, the next lesson was a quick review on "what does it mean when your partner taps?"
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    LOl, how big was the kid?
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    Kid was maybe 12 or 13. Bigger than my 9 yr old, so I'm estimating 75 lbs (?) I don't think he could have hyperextended it unless he'd jumped on it or something but it was uncomfortable.
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    My friends 9 year old daughter wanted to show me her RNC she learned in her Judo class. Im glad she understood what tapping meant because I wouldve gone out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn View Post
    Actually the best possible outcome is they land on their hands and knees/belly with you behind them, while they will be trying to turn and land on their back. So you need control, but it's not the same kind exactly as you want in Judo. A lot of guys (Saulo Ribeiro, for example) show some throws off a single grip for this reason in BJJ.
    Although throwing someone onto their face/front intentionally is illegal in Judo, especially if it looks like it was done with malice aforethought, it IS possible, there are 3-4 ways I know of to do it.

    For some reason, I was thinking of this last night, and realized why bother to throw someone in a BJJ match onto their back, when back mount gets 4 points. 4 or the back mount plus two for the takedown, 6 points right away plus great position.

    Gotta admit though, a big ippon is a lot cooler looking.

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