Thread: Stand up work in BJJ
11/01/2004 2:28am, #11
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how long to this comp?
if it is a short time you need to focus on one or two throws. preferably two throws that can be used as a combination. then drill dril drill drill drill. most first techniques will fail make sure you get comfortable with moving in to the second technique the second the first one fails.
11/01/2004 3:07am, #12Originally Posted by wakinonioi
How about you leave the gi BJJ stuff to the BJJ black belts like JohnnyS?
11/01/2004 6:27am, #13
Originally Posted by brandeissansoo
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Sure, 'cause kick-ass moves like the "grab his arm and jump backwards" are why bjj is known as the final authority in takedowns.Optional signature you may use to appear at bottom of your signatures.
11/02/2004 10:04am, #14
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on the headlock throw:
opponent throws jab, you scissors quan sau with your fuk to bong as a jab catch and your tan as a right cross jam
turn your tan over (to palm down) and lop sau the right while turning your fuk/bong palm up to a tan sau shape and slice forward to take the head lock.
it feels like a quick smack, smack and can be drilled solo as a double scissors quan sau
1.you are a sucker for some brutal counters if you don't execute the throw quickly, it is a little harder to counter if you break their posture w/the headlock
2. once you hit the ground in a headlock/scarf hold/kesa gatame/cross mount you better, ditch the headlock, turn belly down to north/south. it is doubtful that you will actually get north/south, further if you did, you would take knees to your face/head. the purpose of turning belly down as if you are taking North/South is to prevent your opponent from taking your back.
I my self thing WC and JJ fuse seamlessly
11/02/2004 10:54am, #15
I read the thread title and thought this was a troll job.
11/02/2004 11:04am, #16
11/02/2004 11:11am, #17Originally Posted by AnthonyThere are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
11/02/2004 11:40am, #18
get on judoinfo.com and practice a few simple throws...
headlock one --> see koshi guruma
ken and ryu one --> see tomoe nage
hip throw --> see O goshi
o soto gari and ippon seionage should also be looked at"Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration." -A. Lincoln
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11/02/2004 12:02pm, #19o soto gari and ippon seionage should also be looked at
And for the record, the grab-the-waist-post-and-pull throw goes by the name of tani otoshi, and it work really really well for people with long legs/There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
11/02/2004 1:55pm, #20
Dont pull full guard, pull half guard or butterfly if you feel the need to drop to your back.
Learn the single leg, learn a takedown from the clinch... and alternate between them.
"Watch out for throws that give up your back, such as the hip-throw, especially when you first start out learning standing grappling."
I told JBliss if he tried to use that throw in his fight Saturday night, win or lose when he came back to his corner I was going to knock him out.