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  1. Kintanon is offline
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    Yes, I am smarter than you are.

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    9/06/2011 7:16am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    I use a similar one but I go the other way. I also don't step over as much as drive.

    It's not so much the spin as much as driving in on your opponent. If he holds on with his legs and rolls with you, you simply lock his legs a la the other fore mentioned video. So in other words, no, it does not matter.
    Yes, the ankle lock was RIGHT THERE even when the guard didn't break open as nicely as I felt it should. Showed it to one of our purple belts who loves stuff like this and he went to town with it. So it will see a lot of use from someone in our gym for sure.
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    NOW I understand what people keep trying to do when they give me their backs! Thanks Omega!

    (I'm going to try this tonight)
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    9/17/2011 10:27pm

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    Nice and informative but I was wondering if what specific moment are you going to do this? if you usually give distance on the ground, you are very prone to strikes. Also upon turning, your opponent might have a chance to get up though.
    Last edited by Baki; 9/17/2011 10:27pm at . Reason: wrong spelling
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baki View Post
    Nice and informative but I was wondering if what specific moment are you going to do this? if you usually give distance on the ground, you are very prone to strikes. Also upon turning, your opponent might have a chance to get up though.
    mma=/=grappling; but besides that it's a fair question. Usually as an armbar counter or when faking an over hand through the guard.
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    9/18/2011 12:00pm

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    I've been playing with this since the TD, and it's become more of a guard break than a pass for me, but I'm still missing something on the hip. The pressure I'm making is more like a Tozi Pass than yours.

    I think I might start thinking "peterson roll" when I go through the motion. Maybe that will help with the hip and angle.
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    Has anyone used this as a counter to high guard entries? I'm taking some notes and going to try it out, but it seems like the setup for this guard pass is a position I get stalled out in when the opponent transitions to high guard and I get my posture back but can't cross my elbow back through.
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    The 'but' in there makes the last sentence not parse correctly. Let me rephrase the post:

    Has anyone used this as a counter to high guard entries? I'm taking some notes and going to try it out [in this situation because] this is a situation I get stalled out in when the opponent transitions to high guard and I get my posture back but can't cross my elbow back through.

    I meant the 'but' to contrast how I end up in the position as opposed to the entry Omega shows, but reading back over it just looks nonsensical.
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    I would never use this if the get high guard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    I would never use this if the get high guard.
    Word. The whole idea is your hip is doing the work. If it's a high guard, your hip is out of the picture, and your posture is presumably compromised. In short, don't fucking turn your back.
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  10. Baki is offline

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    9/19/2011 12:26am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    mma=/=grappling; but besides that it's a fair question. Usually as an armbar counter or when faking an over hand through the guard.
    Makes more sense thanks! by the way, you cant practice this one with a dummy right?
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