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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    Its about forming an emotional investment in winning. Randori/Rolling is about learning, they need to be put into a situation about winning.
    And what would the reward be? candy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    And what would the reward be? candy?
    Oddly enough that does work. Hell it can be a gimmicky stupid little ribbon or winner of the week certificate. It can be points toward the next promotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    But yeah push ups some time for the entire class (not just the bad ones) would be good and push ups as in WE ARE EXHAUSTED SHOW MERCY
    How exactly does this accomplish getting people to want to win.

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    Maybe have a policy that if you want to represent the school at a high-profile tourney you have have to be part of the A-Team of your school. To be part of of the A-Team you have to qualify in an inter-school competition where aggression will be a strong quality.

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    That "stay in the circle until you win" drill seems appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    Oddly enough that does work. Hell it can be a gimmicky stupid little ribbon or winner of the week certificate. It can be points toward the next promotion.
    Points toward the next promotion hell yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    That "stay in the circle until you win" drill seems appropriate.
    how is that?

    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    How exactly does this accomplish getting people to want to win.
    By giving them a NEVER SURRENDER ACTITUDE and will to win that a lot of schools try to inspire in their practicioners, YOU TIRED YOU DONT GIVE UP YOU GO HARDER
    and the keep rolling vs fresh oponnents dont give up damm it!! would also be excellent


    A motivated student is willing to push himself greatly, there are people willing to take this and far more for example
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    You don't.
    You train intensity.

    Gauntlet works for pretty much everything.
    One person in the middle and every body else helping out. So imagine a big line of people picking on one guy

    1 minute you take them down resisted.
    1 minute they take you down resisted.
    1 minute off the wall them taking you down.
    1 minute you taking them down.
    1 minute unresisted takedowns.

    Or something like that mix and match depending on what you do for comeptition or what strengths you want to work on.

    Or fighters will do 15 minutes above is generally the first set. Then you might do a ground work set escape guard,escape mount, or pummeling for underhooks or something like that

    And it is done flat knacker. Person in the middle falls down then he gets dragged back up untill he either times out or dies.

    By the way I would start with three minutes if I was you. It is pretty tough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    You don't.
    You train intensity.

    Gauntlet works for pretty much everything.
    One person in the middle and every body else helping out. So imagine a big line of people picking on one guy

    1 minute you take them down resisted.
    1 minute they take you down resisted.
    1 minute off the wall them taking you down.
    1 minute you taking them down.
    1 minute unresisted takedowns.

    Or something like that mix and match depending on what you do for comeptition or what strengths you want to work on.

    Or fighters will do 15 minutes above is generally the first set. Then you might do a ground work set escape guard,escape mount, or pummeling for underhooks or something like that

    And it is done flat knacker. Person in the middle falls down then he gets dragged back up untill he either times out or dies.

    By the way I would start with three minutes if I was you. It is pretty tough.
    That is a very good idea

    Also you could take some russian ideas



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