Posted On:4/23/2006 10:37am
Style: the beeg
You totally should, I really think you would enjoy it. What belt is his student?
combat sports hobbyist
Posted On:4/23/2006 11:12am
Originally Posted by AikidoDeadlines
Please find a bjj school and train there, or judo if bjj is unavailable.
Gnarly King of Half-Guard
Posted On:4/23/2006 11:17am
Originally Posted by Locu5
For your RNC, you may get some pain compliance taps from the forearm in the throat, but then that really isn't a choke, then is it?
To be fair a lot of adherents of the Kodokan heresy tend to do it this way.
I predict this thread will be hooded and shackled in a small cage soon enough anyway.
Posted On:4/23/2006 11:19am
Yes, and I have heard a number of people argue for the forearm across the throat version. I personally disagree with it, but keep in mind where I am with all of this; better yet, ask someone with years worth of experience.
Posted On:4/23/2006 11:39am
for guys with skinny arms -like myself- often the forearm chocke works better and is a lot easier. keep in mind us 145'ers locu5.
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Posted On:4/23/2006 11:40am
Style: Shaolin Kung Fu
Originally Posted by kikkoman
Hey hey. I might be training with one of maugilla's students here in hagerstown.
Remember to try the throat choke from inside his guard. Then report back with your good arm how well it worked.
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Posted On:4/23/2006 11:41am
Style: TKD; BJJ
If you're just training I say go for the actual, technical RNC blood choke. If you can get the forearm throat choke instead, don't take it. Try to get your arm around for the full RNC. In competition, do what it takes to get the tap I guess, but don't hurt a training partner's trachea.
btw I've seen Rickson have someone's back in an MMA fight, and he had the front of the throat, but he didn't take it. Kept rolling the guy over and pulling his forehead up to get a good RNC. But that's rickson of course.
Posted On:4/23/2006 11:44am
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