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    We are on a war footing for fight night november 30. So it is lots of hard training and a few temper tanties.

    Good times.
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    Broke my pinkie finger today. Bent 90 degrees to the side and about 15 degrees backwards.

    Didn't hurt at all actually, until I had it popped back in. Then it hurt only a little. I have a pic, but idk if it's NSFW so...

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    Last night was my first ever judo class.

    1.5 hours in duration

    -stretching, running, warmup exercises
    -line drills: breakfalls and shrimping
    -line drills: entries for throws + actual throws
    -basic sweeps / trips from standing
    -newaza chokes, pins & submissions
    -new people: practicing newaza chokes & submissions on compliant ukes / experienced people: newaza randori
    -randori / shiai from standing position
    -cool down exercises

    I liked it a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuddles View Post
    Broke my pinkie finger today. Bent 90 degrees to the side and about 15 degrees backwards.

    Didn't hurt at all actually, until I had it popped back in. Then it hurt only a little. I have a pic, but idk if it's NSFW so...
    Don't now about you, but when a break/sprain/dislocation happens to me, it goes all nice and numb, allowing for a quick reduction (putting things back where they should be, often accompanied by an interesting gristly sound).

    That numb-time is best taken advantage of, as other types of sensory input are soon to follow that make reduction a less quick-and-pleasant experience.

    @Keej613: of course you liked it a lot! It's Judo--which is Japanese for "big fun"--so what's not to like? Best of luck in your training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vieux Normand View Post
    Don't now about you, but when a break/sprain/dislocation happens to me, it goes all nice and numb, allowing for a quick reduction (putting things back where they should be, often accompanied by an interesting gristly sound).

    That numb-time is best taken advantage of, as other types of sensory input are soon to follow that make reduction a less quick-and-pleasant experience.

    @Keej613: of course you liked it a lot! It's Judo--which is Japanese for "big fun"--so what's not to like? Best of luck in your training.
    Yeah, I was gonna do it myself since I noticed my endorphins were rushing, but my coach said it wasn't a good idea to.

    So I asked him to do it and he said he wouldn't go near me. (Though I have papers signed with injury waivers, insurance, etc. since the school's taken extra precautions since I'm not a student there)

    I then asked for a phone to call 911 and he said I didn't want to bother paramedics with this. What?

    I explained to him my parents had work so I wouldn't have a ride to the hospital until they came back. Oh well.

    I ended up having to wait an hour before my dad arrived from work since his office is a bit away and took 30 min to get to the hospital with another 30 to process me.

    I don't know if it's just me, but I feel as though the situation wasn't handled beautifully by the authorities. Mainly because they didn't let me call for help. The school is situated literally across the street from the City library and Sheriff station. I was going to call 911 and have the operator send the sheriff across the street to pick me up and drop me by the hospital instead of waiting an hour for my dad.


    And I thought Sumo was for "big fun". Unless by big you mean... nvm.

    Fun fact: My dad was laughing at me the entire time. Haha I love him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuddles View Post
    ...So I asked him to do it and he said he wouldn't go near me. ...I then asked for a phone to call 911 and he said I didn't want to bother paramedics with this.
    Wait... Your coach didnīt help you and didnīt call help for you?

    Coach of what?

    What country (and century) did this happen in, again?

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    " - by Vorpal

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    I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!
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    Rolled my ankle showing my JJJ instructor the Jason Morris sticky foot tai otoshi. He felt it before he was able to actually see it, so I showed him the movement and landed incorrectly. Stupid, stupid, stupid.
    I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonuzaba View Post
    Wait... Your coach didnīt help you and didnīt call help for you?

    Coach of what?

    What country (and century) did this happen in, again?
    You break em you drive em to hostpital.
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    Went to a hippie festival over the weekend, and met a dude who's a jujitsu + bullwhip player. He showed me some double bullwhip cracking, I showed him some Dog Bros DLO stuff, then someone gave us bacon. There was a fire spinner who claimed to be a kung fu master who manipulated his brain software to learn kung fu, and I wanted to fight him after his huge public show but by the time I got the chance everyone was rolling on drugs.

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    I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    Went to a hippie festival over the weekend, and met a dude who's a jujitsu + bullwhip player. He showed me some double bullwhip cracking, I showed him some Dog Bros DLO stuff, then someone gave us bacon. There was a fire spinner who claimed to be a kung fu master who manipulated his brain software to learn kung fu, and I wanted to fight him after his huge public show but by the time I got the chance everyone was rolling on drugs.

    That sounds like an EPIC class.
    I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!

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