Sparring vid 1
Here are 2 of my students sparring from a couple of weeks ago (More to come) No elbows to the head
1 student is a 1st Kyu (4yrs) the younger one
needs to work striking.
Has competed in some BJJ and submission wrestling tournaments
done 1 or 2 classes of Muay Thai
and the other is a 4th Kyu (3 yrs)
Enjoy and rip away
For some reason Youtube would not take my .mov so I had to make a flash file.
Last edited by shinbushi; 7/10/2006 6:09pm at .
Reason: more info on students
I waited for that? It looks like they both were afraid to get hit, which, is ok, if you want to do some other sport. Not so good if you want to excel at Martial Arts, though. Liked the Ninja outfit, though.
Pretty bad. Wait... REALLY bad... Yah, that's it. Really Bad.
Originally Posted by shinbushi
The joke about the sparring WOULD have been funny had the second part of the clip looked remotely different from the first. As it were, a sense of "I hope I don't break a nail," was prevelant throughout.
Last edited by Airman Kai; 7/10/2006 6:30pm at .
You two should STFU
There should be a rule that only people who post vids of themselves are alowed to critise other members.
Shinbushi, I think that this is head and shoulders above the BJK and is a good starting point for the reforms that you are looking for.
My only suggestion (from a Judo point of view) the transition between standing and groundwork should be smoother. That will help with the speed the submission comes and the comfort level as the fight goes to the ground.
And to address all the morons, sparring is only rarely hard contact (especially without head gear). Its to prevent injury.
oh, COULD I? Could I please post a video of myself?
Although it will IN NO WAY better qualify me to analyze his ninja-nomics, I will go ahead and film my next sparring session, just for you.
Uncle Sam bogarts my day, so gimme at least until the weekend.
EDIT: "rarely hard contact" maybe, but the speed displayed in the video was entirely too relaxed.
Last edited by Airman Kai; 7/10/2006 8:04pm at .
Thanks Mongo that is what I was hoping for. I know We have work to do (hell I have only done aliveness for 4 yrs and onlu one of those cross-training in striking). but I did not hink they were THAT bad especially as I showed ourt Muay Thai coach and he gave pointers (even some grappling He trained under Erik Paulson), but did not tear me a new one.
Originally Posted by MONGO
I agree and we have been working T/Ds and throws into subs. I was going to take some judo but there are no moring classes around here. This is the feed back I am looking for. Feedback that will help me shape my program.
Originally Posted by MONGO
Great work. It's nice to see a modern ideology and approach to BJK training.
Will you be posting this on MAP ?
No the people on map will have to pay for it. Some version that is.
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