Posted On:8/05/2012 8:24am
Style: Muay Thai and BJJ(noob)
After four months of training hard in Jiu-Jitsu I decided to compete. It went farily well I won my first match easily, but lost my second......It was a fun expierence though and I want to do this again.
Videos shall be posted later on in the day.
Posted On:8/05/2012 9:03am
I'm the one in the gray shirt.
Posted On:8/05/2012 9:19am
Style: Hung Gar
That was pretty awesome. Like an intro course to BJJ you went for a punch of different positions and subs. Good job!
Posted On:8/05/2012 9:23am
Off to a flying start, brother. Keep doing that ****.
How old you is?
Originally Posted by Goju - joe
being a dick with skill is only marginally better than being a dick without skill.
Posted On:8/05/2012 9:26am
I'm 15 right now so fairly young......but as soon as you see the second video it'll be obvious I need to work on my Wrestling a lot.
Posted On:8/05/2012 10:12am
You did a fine job in this first video. You seem to move smoothly between positions but seem a little lost at times once you get there. Don't worry, it'll come. Re: your opponent's armbar attempt: Thank God you listen to your coach. It seemed like you heard him and sucked those elbows in just in time to give you a chance to defend that arm bar.
Something I like to do is build a sort of if/then decision tree of sub attempts in my head. Example: if he's defending my rear naked I try to get a leg over one of his arms. If he's still making it difficult, something like this is in order:
Anyhow, yeah... looking good @ 4 months. Keep training!
Posted On:8/05/2012 10:36am
Yeah dude that armbar scared me for a minute, but those are my two big things I want to work on: My submissions and my stand-up. Thanks though man appreciate it!
Posted On:8/05/2012 4:37pm
Here's my second match for those who want to see.
Posted On:8/05/2012 4:38pm
Anymore criticism and advice will be gladly taken by the way.
Posted On:8/05/2012 5:27pm
How long were the competitors supposed to be grappling for in your division?
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