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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post

    This is a karate dojo, not a knitting circle!
    Man, Judo is like Cobra Kai all the time. It's harsh bro.

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    When I reach my fruit it'll be tastier, juicier and much more delicious.
    moar.

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    They say Bruce Lee invented the 1 inch punch, well Judo invented the 2.5 inch uppercut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    They say Bruce Lee invented the 1 inch punch, well Judo invented the 2.5 inch uppercut.
    Atemi waza is illegal in randori and shiai, as we all know. I would never, ever drive my fist up from under uke's chin while doing osoto gari. Never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Res Judicata View Post
    Atemi waza is illegal in randori and shiai, as we all know. I would never, ever drive my fist up from under uke's chin while doing osoto gari. Never.
    That's weird because I do it all the time in osoto. I uppercut people in the chest doing osoto. It's just effective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc View Post
    That's weird because I do it all the time in osoto. I uppercut people in the chest doing osoto. It's just effective.
    For the sarcasm impaired, I was kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Res Judicata View Post
    For the sarcasm impaired, I was kidding.
    Counter Sarcasm'd.

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    Lol, kyu grades.

    You don't do it whilst attempting a throw, you just straight up punch someone. Don't even faint a throw, maybe follow it up by kicking them on the inside of the ankle, but certainly don't do anything that resembles a throw.

    Oh and there's always the elbow to the nose/ eye socket as you 'attempt' the Makikomi or 'go for' the Russian grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc View Post
    That's weird because I do it all the time in osoto. I uppercut people in the chest doing osoto. It's just effective.
    And also not judo.
    Last edited by W. Rabbit; 9/14/2011 8:01pm at . Reason: sacrifice to the god of murdered jokes

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Lol, kyu grades.

    You don't do it whilst attempting a throw, you just straight up punch someone. Don't even faint a throw, maybe follow it up by kicking them on the inside of the ankle, but certainly don't do anything that resembles a throw.

    Oh and there's always the elbow to the nose/ eye socket as you 'attempt' the Makikomi or 'go for' the Russian grip.
    I have never kicked an ankle. It's usually the shin. It's way more effective. One day I'm going to try it without running away like a little girl.

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