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    Billythepunk's first Advanced Divion -gogoplata warning

    my first advanced division from grand prix international grappling festival. I'm a lowly blue belt going against a brown belt, and I believe a purple belt... enjoy the gogo.



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    by the way please feel free to comment on anything you see I could be doing better, even though it was like 40 seconds I'm still searching for a better way to setup the gogo.

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    You have the sort of body type that it is in general a nightmare to grapple against. You are using it to your advantage pretty darned well.
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    thanks for the compliment. In regards to the waste 4 minutes thing, while I did catch a brown belt in 30 or so seconds, I am trying to figure out positioning for when I DON'T. Its one thing to have caught that guy or to be able to off balance and entangle someone to the point they have no viable escape options, it entirely another when I am down by an advantage with a D1 wrestler or a black belt from Brazil smashing me, so any experience or pointers is most certainly welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billythepunk View Post
    thanks for the compliment. In regards to the waste 4 minutes thing, while I did catch a brown belt in 30 or so seconds, I am trying to figure out positioning for when I DON'T. Its one thing to have caught that guy or to be able to off balance and entangle someone to the point they have no viable escape options, it entirely another when I am down by an advantage with a D1 wrestler or a black belt from Brazil smashing me, so any experience or pointers is most certainly welcome.
    Keep training and advancing in your training as per your instructor(s) teaching.
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