Posted On:12/22/2005 2:58pm
The point is that "back control" is a dumb name.
nuthin' ta f*ck with
Style: MT/SUB GRAPPLING
Originally Posted by MaverickZ
my original post was only 1/2 sarcasm ( i won't insult you by saying it was a 100% honest question), but it was also 1/2 curiousity. so give me the benefit of the doubt in this case. what definition?
Mount: 5: get on the back of.
I won't insult you by inferring that you should educate yourself more. ;)
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:01pm
My only comment on the picture given was that in Judo, often the submission happens before the position is solidified. The legs will usually cross after the choke has already started. The method is different but the end result is the same.
But, I haven't seen that video yet but I do see Japanese Judo in action almost everyday and that if the submission is good, it is very difficult to get a ankle lock on your opponent.
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:08pm
English ************....do you speak it?
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:11pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
Originally Posted by JeezyTheSnowman
Originally Posted by _Mick_
Why not cross the ankles if the rule set doesn't allow for ankle locks? Crossing the ankles allows for better control.
Its also a bad habit.
Ok, now I'm confused. I was under the impression that you cross the ankles. Why is it a bad habit? Doesn't that help stay on your opponent's back if he tries to roll over?????
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Posted On:12/22/2005 3:25pm
Upon means on.
He is "on" the back.
He is not "off"
"The difference between "up" and "down".
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:26pm
Quit trolling the thread, TKD.
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:28pm
Start a new thread, ASS. I already answered that question.
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:33pm
Start a new thread discussing how the English language somehow escapes your control.
Posted On:12/22/2005 3:35pm
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