12/06/2006 12:17pm, #41Originally Posted by Jkdbuck76
12/06/2006 12:20pm, #42Originally Posted by DevonHartigan" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
12/06/2006 1:20pm, #43
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I don't want to start a new thread for this and waste people's time on **** like yahoo answers but they really really need the help over there.
can some of you PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help this kid out. I think he really needs it.
He says he is in an "art" that doesn't train with partners and when they do it is slow.
I feel really bad for him and he is one of the people that we might be able to help but I'm afraid that my post (you only get one) is lost among a whole crapload of junk.
Telling people to train with resistance and spar on bullshido is preaching to the chior. Telling the masses they need to do it on other websites where help is really needed is helping people.
12/06/2006 1:41pm, #44
Ozz, you fucking bitch, one of my students broke a guy's arm with an armbar from mount in a barfight. Another kimura'ed a guy into a torn shoulder.
STFU with your "t3h gr4ppl3 do3sn't w0rk 0n t3h str33t" BULLSHIT
Is that better or worse than jacking off to Adolf Hitler posters?
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12/06/2006 1:44pm, #45Originally Posted by OZZ
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12/06/2006 1:45pm, #46Originally Posted by Cracky McSlugHoot" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
12/06/2006 1:55pm, #47
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My concern with armbars is that if you screw it up you could end up in a bad spot. If you're trying to apply that armbar from the mount and you don't pull it off then you've lost position. If you're attempting an armbar from the guard and you don't pull it off then there is potential for you to be in a pretty bad spot.
Position before submission... I would feel more comfortable going for a choke or an Americana from the mount or Kimura from the guard. If he doesn't submit you still have position. The armbar makes more sense to me as a plan B.
What are your opinions?
12/06/2006 2:03pm, #48
My opinion is that if you flub an armbar on some untrained doofus then you need to quit even trying to grapple.
12/06/2006 2:14pm, #49
OZZ you have officially come on my asshole list. I FREAKING don't care if your post count says that you are not a noob, but I am. If all of your posts are retarded and aggressive like that, then I don't give a damn. Quit the fucking hillbilly redneck argumentation and the noob-calling.
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12/06/2006 2:16pm, #50
Originally Posted by Cracky McSlugHoot
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