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  1. Mr.HoneyBadger is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    It is.

    Not a trip, more like an ankle pick i guess.




    Some Matrixy Breakdance **** towards the end there on the part of the frog.

    Looks like me trying to bridge when he's on his back.
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    Not exactly a trip, but it's something I never would have thought was possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.HoneyBadger View Post
    I was watching some videos of animals grappling with each other (while i should have been working...) Gorillas, Lions, Dogs etc. , and it looks like they usually just lock up and try to push the other one over.

    Has anyone seen any video in which deliberate tripping is used?
    Now that you mention it, it does make sense that tripping is more common among bipeds with relatively high centers of gravity than among quadrupeds.

    I've read that a lot of folk wrestling styles were bio-mimicked from animals (indigenous australian wrestling is supposed to be derived from the wrestling of kangaroos

    http://www.coreedaoz.com/)
    The actual origins of folk wrestling styles tend to pre-date written records, so it's largely guesswork.

    I like what the Coreeda people are doing re. encouraging Aboriginal kids to exercise and to have pride in their ancestral traditions, but I'm a bit skeptical re. the actual history of the "style".
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamadul View Post
    Not exactly a trip, but it's something I never would have thought was possible.

    The rabbit's young might have been nearby. Rodents, with teeth and jaws built for constant chomping through tough vegetation, have a nasty bite. Ditto horses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DdlR View Post
    Now that you mention it, it does make sense that tripping is more common among bipeds with relatively high centers of gravity than among quadrupeds.



    The actual origins of folk wrestling styles tend to pre-date written records, so it's largely guesswork.

    I like what the Coreeda people are doing re. encouraging Aboriginal kids to exercise and to have pride in their ancestral traditions, but I'm a bit skeptical re. the actual history of the "style".

    "Modern coreeda as taught by the Coreeda Association was started in 1998 as a fusion between Aboriginal cultural displays and martial art techniques."

    I emailed the guy who's heading it. It didn't seem like he was saying that this was the way they wrestled back in the day. But that they were wrestling with the aboriginal culture part present, and so it was still "Aboriginal wrestling". (He seemed like a cool dude.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.HoneyBadger View Post
    "Modern coreeda as taught by the Coreeda Association was started in 1998 as a fusion between Aboriginal cultural displays and martial art techniques."

    I emailed the guy who's heading it. It didn't seem like he was saying that this was the way they wrestled back in the day. But that they were wrestling with the aboriginal culture part present, and so it was still "Aboriginal wrestling". (He seemed like a cool dude.)
    Yeah, I've seen the website and some promo. videos, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vieux Normand View Post
    The rabbit's young might have been nearby. Rodents, with teeth and jaws built for constant chomping through tough vegetation, have a nasty bite.
    Tùziquan.

    All the world will be your enemy, Prince of a Thousand enemies. And when they catch you, they will kill you. But first they must catch you; digger, listener, runner, Prince with the swift warning. Be cunning, and full of tricks, and your people will never be destroyed.
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    Ah, someone has read his Watership down.



    We had some thread about animals doing MA. Well... some more jits:
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    One amazing thing about coons (and also some members of the weasel family) is that another animal can latch onto their back--including the back of the neck--but their skin is so loose that they can turn right around in it and fight back. If a jits competitor could pull that off...
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