11/08/2011 7:06pm, #41
11/08/2011 7:12pm, #42
Its more that I keep getting my guard passed so I get fed up after spending so long in half guard or side control and just default back to the top position, which I can actually do something from.
I only ask if its a dick move, because some of them always look a bit annoyed/ down after I do it. Maybe its because I'm still wearing my Judo gi and some of them are looking to scalp hunt.
I anticipate in 3-5 weeks time my O soto from the knees will stop working as people get wise to it.
My back take from kami shiho/north south is already starting to be less effective.
11/08/2011 8:38pm, #43
Since they probably know you do Judo I'm sure they forgive you. Though consider this: Wouldn't you be doing yourself a favor if you worked on those positions that you suck at?
11/08/2011 9:57pm, #44
And no, it's not a dick move. The BJJ kiddies are annoyed because you are taking them slightly outside their comfort zone. In reality, assuming you're not trying to O soto their heads off, it's a good thing for them to do what you're doing. It's not so good for you getting better at the guard however.Shut the hell up and train.
11/09/2011 3:43am, #45
- Join Date
- May 2011
Constantly having 'trouble' with the knots on your gi pants before rolling.
11/09/2011 5:04am, #46
11/09/2011 9:29am, #47
Sounds like you're really leaving the ego at the door. :DudeComeOn: :Rage2:
11/09/2011 9:36am, #48
neck cranks. Dick move."We often joke -- and we really wish it were a joke -- that you will only encounter two basic problems with your 'self-defense' training.
1) That it doesn't work
2) That it does work"
11/09/2011 10:14am, #49
- Join Date
- Feb 2011
- The Netherlands
not washing your gi and smelling like roadkill is always a dick move in any art
11/09/2011 10:17am, #50