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  1. roly is offline

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    12/15/2005 5:38am


     Style: judo, karate, jap jj

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    hmmm, we are all going off on different tangents

    need pics or video
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    12/15/2005 7:34am


     Style: Judo

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    Yeah its hard to imagine what your saying, it must be unconfortable but a choke ? I'm probably picturing it wrong, do you choke with the tricep/arm/shoulder ?
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     Style: BJJ & MMA, Kali

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Seven
    Yeah its hard to imagine what your saying, it must be unconfortable but a choke ? I'm probably picturing it wrong, do you choke with the tricep/arm/shoulder ?
    As I starterd developing this, I didn't think it would be a good choke. Just a good control technique, due to the fact it is very uncomfortable. But after I stayed flat instead of sitting out in sidecontrol, it started to choke my partner...to my suprise.
    And delight...I don't win very often. But it seems to work pretty consistently.

    The choking seems to come from the shoulder, bicep area since the shoulder is on the left side of the neck and the rest of the arm encircles the rest of his neck. Its just tightens down when you move you body to the 90degree angle. The arm stays exactly where it is, but the body walks out to perpendicular.

    He's face up, I'm face down but our heads are really close together, top of my head grinding into his ear.


    yeh, pictures will be forthcoming after I get some mat time this weekend.
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    12/15/2005 8:59am


     Style: Jiu-jitsu

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    Need pics, you lost me at switching sides. What does that do? Make the headlock stronger. If they dont tap what are you left to do from the possition. If I am picturing it right you seem to tie up yourself.
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    12/15/2005 9:06am


     Style: BJJ

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    sounds like your basic arm triangle to me, unless I am missing something... see Mario Sperry vs. Igor Vovchanchyn
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    12/15/2005 9:57am


     Style: BJJ & MMA, Kali

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    Once you pass 1/2guard into side control, you throw the legs out so your laying flat. Not switching sides, just stretching out perpenduicular from the same side.



    And I don't think its an arm triangle. No arm is trapped. Its all neck and head.


    I'll try to get on the pictures asap...then learn my dumbass how to post them. :tard:


    Ive been thinking too, that it kind of looks like a type of wrestling holddown, and front or side chancery...I think is what they call it.
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