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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    So you're saying the karate stance was secretly developed to counter uchi mata?


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    NO! To counter kosoto on the rear leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrackFox View Post
    NO! To counter kosoto on the rear leg.
    I seem to have missed my chance to edit this, but to avoid getting shouted at for ****-posting in the advanced grappling forum, I'll add this.

    The "karate stance" is a nice stable stance that people often instinctively drop into while you're pushing them around. Once they get into this kind of position, you haven't a hope of pushing directly against it, and you are not going to reap that back leg with an o-soto, ko-soto or anything like that - even if you could reach it. You'd have to either put their foot through the floor, or lift them up to do so.

    Instead I think you'd be better off either pulling them forward and to the side of their back foot and attacking the back foot, or pushing back and to the side of their forward foot and attacking that.

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    I like to just take a high collar and bully their face into the ground. This is tactically sound but not great pedagogically because it allows them to "not lose".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehogey View Post
    I like to just take a high collar and bully their face into the ground.
    Push the leg that's back even further back while you do this, then flip them to the side as they go down.

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    Not a bad idea. Should drive the point home.


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