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Posted On:12/24/2005 2:18am
And Reese, the body triangle is indeed the superior rear mount.
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Posted On:12/24/2005 3:04am
Style: MT/SUB GRAPPLING
They have deciphered my hieroglyphics!!!
Posted On:12/24/2005 3:06am
Originally Posted by Ru-Klas
Something is so wrong with that picture... just can't place my finger on it???
Does it bring back bad memories of the birthday clown?
Posted On:12/24/2005 9:53am
Style: creonte on hiatus
Originally Posted by dakotajudo
Attached are some scans from the citations I mentioned earlier - in order Kawaishi, Mifune, Feldenkrais.
Wow! Dakotajudo, thanks for the illustrations. I can see now what you guys were talking all along.
Originally Posted by Reese
The only leg crossing I do in that position is as pictured in my crappy drawing.
So far no one has managed to get an ankle when positioned thusly.
Thanks for the illustration, Reese. I think this is how we were actually told to leg cross, but I think most of us n00bs at the class have not seen the difference between that 'triangle' and the ankle locking.
Thanks you guys for the illustrations.... and merry Xmas for all.
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