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  1. SRQJudo is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexJohn View Post
    I hate this fucking tool...but he shows mad jiu-jitsu...

    That is just fugly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRQJudo View Post
    That is just fugly...
    Dude, it gets so much worse. He actually has videos teaching Judo.
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    These are great. Some of the Krav ones are great.
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    Here's one of my favourites.



    Seems legit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sayingmahalo View Post
    Here's one of my favourites.



    Seems legit.
    This video would get way more hits if Kate Upton was the Uke.
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    9/22/2012 7:11pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Israfel View Post


    I'm genuinely confused at this point, is this like something we normally do a bullshido investigation or something on or is this all like some sort of elaborate joke or a fitness program for old people or something?
    That is actually a Kyokushin form, albeit somewhat unrecognizable.
    "We often joke -- and we really wish it were a joke -- that you will only encounter two basic problems with your 'self-defense' training.
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    9/22/2012 7:14pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Israfel View Post
    Uh because it's stupid as hell and increases risk of injury? Try flinging yourself onto a hardwood floor and see if you'd like to do it dozens of times every day at practice
    Uh, it's a common practice in "real" krotty dojos and relatively safe because of the manner in which it is a controlled throw. At the shorin-ryu dojo I trained at they "threw" each other on the floor all the time. They aren't full force judo throws, dude. I don't like to do it, but this is kind of what people mean when they talk about krotty being cruel. Foot sweeps are way more common on the hardwood floor. I assume these are floors with some spring to them. I was kind of suprised when my sensei hip-threw me on the floor for the first time.
    Last edited by crappler; 9/22/2012 7:23pm at .
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     Style: Muay Thai

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    oh okay that clears it up a bit. I guess I was just assuming any throws would be actual like, throws where I see dudes get slammed on the ground like in Judo or something. I don't do that many throws vOv
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    9/22/2012 8:20pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Israfel View Post
    oh okay that clears it up a bit. I guess I was just assuming any throws would be actual like, throws where I see dudes get slammed on the ground like in Judo or something. I don't do that many throws vOv
    I am going to give you an example of complete fail when it comes to throwing on wood floors first.

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    9/22/2012 8:21pm


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    Now here is the proper way to handle it.



    From my experience the part of the body in most danger is usually the ankle bone, which impacts directly on the floor and gets maximum force unless you and the uke are working together properly. Which is exactly what happened to the dude in video number one.

    Now I actually don't see this as a best practice. I'm just saying it's common and doesn't mean it's a mcdojo. I believe the best practice is to 1) be properly trained and 2) use the best equipment available. Namely mats, and thick ones. Which will still be state of the art hundreds of years from now....
    Last edited by crappler; 9/22/2012 8:35pm at .
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