Posted On:8/26/2005 7:57pm
Style: Brasilian jiu jitsu
sweet, something I can try particularly suited for disabled students! I know it's gonna become predictable since I'm new and inexperienced, but finally, a solid plan of attack for me can begin forming.
Posted On:8/26/2005 9:47pm
Style: Jiu Jitsu
A lot of people reach out like zombies and try to throw their opponent which opens them up to double and single leg attacks from the knees, duck-unders and snap-downs.
This is me, i have been getting snapped down by the same guy for weeks now.
Thanks a lot.
Posted On:9/03/2005 4:02pm
Style: TKD; BJJ
"What sort of stuff would you like to see?"
How about some armbar escapes? I'm always interested in those, since my TKD instructor says there's no defense against an armbar and my BJJ instructor would obviously beg to differ.
Posted On:9/03/2005 5:01pm
Style: Sandbagged BJJ white belt
Originally Posted by JohnnyS
What sort of stuff would you like to see?
I pointed at him [the panhandler], bringing my rear hand up in a subtle approximation of the double Wu Sau guard that is the default hand position in Wing Chun Kung Fu.
"Step away," I hissed.
Posted On:9/04/2005 6:20pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
I'll try and get some stuff up soon on both triangle and armbar escapes.
Posted On:9/14/2005 8:36am
I don't want to be a pain but, can we still expect those escapes ?
Posted On:9/14/2005 6:19pm
I'll definately do those escapes. However I'm busy at work and also studying for an exam so unfrotunately I won't get to training until Saturday 24th. I should be able to post the escapes the following week.
Posted On:10/04/2005 3:19pm
Hey, I tried these techniques some in class, and they were working ok in the beginning, but my partner soon started preemptively pulling guard as soon as I got his head to the angle, anticipating my next move. I found it very hard to prevent this if I was using the second technique (i.e. he already pulled the same side knee back and I had to reach across for the other one)
Any advice on this?
Posted On:10/04/2005 6:20pm
The only thing I can suggest would be to immediately let go of his arm, control his legs and start your pass. The idea of these attacks was to get the other guy on his back with you on top. If he's pulling guard then you've done your job.
Posted On:10/05/2005 12:29am
Ah, I see, thanks for the quick response!
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