Posted On:3/20/2006 8:58am
Style: BJJ, Judo
Neat. Thanks for all the tips.
My fighting is primarily MMA, so I certainly prefer to be on top. I'm fairly comfortable in guard, though, so I'll try both approaches.
Last edited by Mjelva; 3/20/2006 9:01am at .
Posted On:3/22/2006 11:11am
Style: JJ of the B variety
To hell with BJJ. I'm going to just give up on it and take up Wing Chun because they have the anti-grapple. Then I'll go back to my old BJJ class and have my revenge. :glasses13
Last edited by Fearless Ukemi; 3/22/2006 11:17am at .
Posted On:3/26/2006 10:23pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
If you fail with a triangle then immediately go for an omoplata. Omoplata is a perfect set-up for a sweep or a toe-hold. Go for the omoplata, grab his far leg and roll him forward or over your body. If he tries to stay down then finish him with a toe-hold. If he tries to posture up and backwards to counter the omoplata, then pump up on your shoulders and sit your ass on his bicep to sweep him backwards.
Posted On:4/19/2006 4:37pm
Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
I think Aesopian has mentioned making a "techniques tree" before. It can be helpful if you know a lot of techniques but aren't good at remembering to string them together.
SON OF A BITCH!!!!!! I know what I'm doing tonight, thanks Bean.
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