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  1. hathor is offline

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    video from our recent gasshuku

    this was the Pacific Northwest Gasshuku hosted at our dojo at Western Washington University. We had some big names there teaching amazing technique. I love this armbar! sensei here is bert mackey from the Budokan in seattle

    (the place where we are at is not where we usually practice, our normal room is far smaller..i wish we could practice here!)


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    Quote Originally Posted by hathor View Post
    this was the Pacific Northwest Gasshuku hosted at our dojo at Western Washington University. We had some big names there teaching amazing technique. I love this armbar! sensei here is bert mackey from the Budokan in seattle

    (the place where we are at is not where we usually practice, our normal room is far smaller..i wish we could practice here!)


    Bert Mackey aka Bullshido's/Judoforum's own Judoratt. Interestingly the first version he shows is what is known at my old club as the 'wrong roll' because its the Neil Adams Juji roll done without the correct Neil Adams figure 4 control.

    Given that its Bert, though, I'm pretty confident that he only did the 'wrong roll' to illustrate the turnover process being done over uke's head. Rather than to denigrate the Adams style figure 4 dependent turnover.

    However, its worth pointing out that I have seen in person and on the interwebs countless examples of the 'wrong roll' being passed off as the Neil Adams Juji roll. If you're doing the Neil Adams Juji roll without securing the figure 4 control before rolling you're doing it wrong and need to read this thread:
    http://thedifficultway.blogspot.com/...ll-hidden.html

    However, Bert Makcey isn't showing the Neil Adams juji roll, he's showing a different technique, so don't take this as a criticism of Bert Makcey's teaching, because its not.

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