Posted On:9/06/2006 7:30pm
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as the title says, though many of these moves are applied rather poorly, the training seems the be REALLY fun. basically, start rolling around and eventually some random person will double team you or screw with you while you fight.
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Posted On:9/06/2006 7:37pm
if a mod or someone could tell me what I did wrong with my embeded I would much appreciate it. copy and pasting the embeded link didn't work.
Posted On:9/06/2006 8:01pm
Mass melee stuff like that is a lot of fun. My brother was telling me about the same thing from his experience in the military and the funny part was that we do large team grappling like that from time to time as well. You really have to go for the submission quick, which makes it a fun break from normal training and good from time to time leading up to any tournaments.
One of the interesting things is figuring out how to use your opponent against others. It is hilarious to collar choke one person while triangling another.
Posted On:9/06/2006 10:25pm
I wonder if I could suggest this at my school, but I am too scared to get a bunch of weird looks.
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Posted On:9/07/2006 2:24am
That was awesome. Great find.
Why did they never try this....
Posted On:9/07/2006 7:39am
Media tags = easy option (just remove the *)
"This won't hurt me a bit..." - My training partner.:new_astha
Posted On:9/07/2006 9:45am
Style: Keysi Fighting Method
Saddam's army was trained by being thrown a wild dog which they had to rip apart. I used to grapple harder in yr 4 rugby training than these guys, no wonder we cant get control of the current war zones.
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Posted On:9/07/2006 10:32am
Style: Kaju, BJJ, Judo, Kempo
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