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    Kosen Judo Rear Mount


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    Crossing the legs makes Jesus sad.
    More human than human is our motto.

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    ok, one picture out of a video, hey Aesopian just out of curiosity, does he keep the legs crossed everytime he gets the back mount?

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    Yes, he does.

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    that sucks, witch video is that one (1st or 2nd)?

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    you don't really like judo, do you?

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    Why not cross the ankles if the rule set doesn't allow for ankle locks? Crossing the ankles allows for better control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaverickZ
    i'm kinda confused as to how that can be classified as a mount?
    Well it sure as hell aint guard.

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    The word mount has several definitions a few of which apply to the affixed position shown in the illustration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaverickZ
    why is the open guard not called a mount?

    Because you have not AFFIXED yourself to the opponent.

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