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    So, I had another training session a few days ago and wanted to try out some of the anti-stiff arm strategies you guys have mentioned. However, outside of a bit of light newaza randori, I never got another chance with stiff-arms; the clubs green belts were taking him under their wing.

    I'd say it's the best possible situation. As a newly-minted Yeller Belt I really don't have the experience or authority to tell the guy what to do. Additionally, I didn't want to risk coming off like an ass and discouraging him from coming to train.(He seems to be a good dude, and genuinely eager to learn.)

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    I am just thinking of a great turn (similar to how you turn your uke for uchimata during nage no kata) to foot sweep/block (I like hiza guruma) combo that has been working well for me in randori/throw for throw. It would use their arms to pull them off balance and its a gentle enough throw that the uke would have to take their fall but probably not get hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krijgsman View Post
    I am just thinking of a great turn (similar to how you turn your uke for uchimata during nage no kata) to foot sweep/block (I like hiza guruma) combo that has been working well for me in randori/throw for throw. It would use their arms to pull them off balance and its a gentle enough throw that the uke would have to take their fall but probably not get hurt.
    Yeah, hiza guruma is totally going to work for a yellow belt throwing a stiff-arming white belt.

    OP, glad things turned out OK for you, that is for the best.

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    As per Dave Camarillo: Flying armbar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilG View Post
    Yeah, hiza guruma is totally going to work for a yellow belt throwing a stiff-arming white belt.

    OP, glad things turned out OK for you, that is for the best.

    But wait, Krig IS a white belt, so it should work for a yellow belt, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    But wait, Krig IS a white belt, so it should work for a yellow belt, right?
    Do you not understand Japanese tradition?

    As soon as one gets a new belt, everything trained under the previous belt syllabus automatically ceases to function.

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    I like the ideas of kata guruma and seoi nage, but why has no one mentioned an arm drag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itwasntme View Post
    I like the ideas of kata guruma and seoi nage, but why has no one mentioned an arm drag?
    For judo that would be considered not a technique and penalized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilG View Post
    For judo that would be considered not a technique and penalized.
    Just by itself, or could one use it to apply tani otoshi, et al?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itwasntme View Post
    Just by itself, or could one use it to apply tani otoshi, et al?
    Having a little trouble visualizing that. I thought you meant just a standing arm drag takedown.

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