Thread: Triangle Escape
3/01/2006 5:17pm, #21
If you've got anything in particular you want me to show then let me know.
3/01/2006 5:23pm, #22
- Join Date
- Aug 2004
- Stockholm, Sweden
Right now I'm working on my half guard, so sweeps and/or taking the back from there would be nice!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.
3/01/2006 5:30pm, #23
Originally Posted by PoleFighter
- Join Date
- Jan 2005
- Lund, Sweden
And earlier this week I was walking around thinking to myself:
"I suck at a lot of things, but I'm really good at passing half-guard."
He gave me a couple of stripes though. (Wooo-hoo! Candy!!)
3/01/2006 6:46pm, #24
Polefighter, I try and do some photos on Saturday and post them on Monday. Are you having problems with anything in particular?
Last edited by JohnnyS; 3/01/2006 6:55pm at .
3/09/2006 4:25pm, #25
Very cool escape. I use it... its slick. You'd look at it and say no way... then you have it done and all you can do is bitch about it. Its slick.
3/09/2006 4:56pm, #26
3/09/2006 4:59pm, #27
Scroll up to JohnnyS' post (#17) for the link lazybones.Shut the hell up and train.
3/09/2006 5:02pm, #28
Jnp, the escape he is talking about isnt pictures on JohnnyS' thread.
3/09/2006 5:23pm, #29
3/09/2006 8:37pm, #30