1% Shark is better than you.
Posted On:8/26/2004 10:22am
I saw some mention of this in a search but no threads directly about it.
I consider this to be my biggest grappling weakness. My defense from the guard is pretty good but I have trouble making anything happen from here. I end up in guard a lot because most of the guys I train with are bigger by at least 20 pounds.
So what kind of strategies or techniques can I use to improve my ability to mount an offense from the guard? Or should I be doing something else entirely like trying to work for a different(better) position?
Merry Christmas Bitch
Posted On:8/26/2004 10:24am
Style: Canadian Shidokan
what do you WANT to happen?
Taking a break
Posted On:8/26/2004 10:30am
People go into a defensive mindset when they end up in guard, when they should be using it as a springboard for an offense.
basically, get pro-active.
Taking responsibility for my actions since 1989
Posted On:8/26/2004 10:42am
Judo chokes from the guard?
Posted On:8/26/2004 10:55am
The best fighter in my school completely destroys everyone with omoplatas from the guard. So many omoplatas. So many... He also transitions from failed omoplatas to armbars and triangles, and if those give him trouble, back to the omoplata. I would recommend getting a good sweep game from the guard, since they are good for setting up attacks, or, you know, getting you out of the guard.
Last edited by Aesopian; 8/26/2004 10:59am at .
Posted On:8/26/2004 10:57am
Omoplata ( fucking name) is great do to off a triangle or arm bar attempt.
I'll see if I can post some pics of chokes from the guard ( judo aka gi chokes).
wants jade ring
Posted On:8/26/2004 11:30am
Style: kung fu
Are you speaking offense in terms of striking from the guard, or not?
Posted On:8/26/2004 11:35am
Style: MT, BJJ
What is an omoplata? I have heard it mentioned many times, but i have no idea what the hell it is.
Posted On:8/26/2004 11:40am
Here is one version:
Posted On:8/26/2004 11:41am
I feel pretty stupid but where exactly does it hurt?
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