Posted On:6/11/2007 3:44pm
I have removed this discussion.
Last edited by TkdTAOJkd; 6/11/2007 7:07pm at .
BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer.
Posted On:6/11/2007 3:53pm
I just invented a new internet acronymn. It stands for Read First Paragraph Speed Read Rest; Not Worth Reading As It's Trite Drivel Full Of Same Old Too Deadly Arguments; Author Probably Doesn't Even Train BJJ
Posted On:6/11/2007 3:54pm
Style: BJJ, MT, Yoga
been there, said that.
How do Chameleon Circuit?
Posted On:6/11/2007 3:58pm
Umm, biting, kneeing is t3h anti-gr4pple, MMA vs. t3h str33t, Hinduism, t3h d34dL33, shooting a standard armbar to kneeing in the throat for street only plz, pasted discussion from another forum, dummy training for "garunteed success" in arm breaking on t3h str33t, MMA is watered down jkd, small joint manipulation ftw . . . and no mention of korean MA that I could see
IMHO I think YMAS might be a better place for your manifesto
EDIT- just read "Vommitting on your opponent as you strike him is the most beneficial solution" we may be riding the trollshido express on this one
Last edited by ironlurker; 6/11/2007 4:01pm at .
Posted On:6/11/2007 4:05pm
Has been removed.
Last edited by TkdTAOJkd; 6/11/2007 7:08pm at .
Posted On:6/11/2007 4:10pm
You do realise if you try to do a jujigatame your way they'll just get up and walk off/stomp your face, right? Because while you're busy trying to be teh d34dly, you're not controlling their head.
So my way is better than your way, gotard.
Posted On:6/11/2007 4:15pm
Posted On:6/11/2007 4:19pm
Originally Posted by TkdTAOJkd
The point is to apply the arm break from the full mount position; that way their head is controlled by the ball of your foot, heal, your thigh and the floor beneath their head. Their torso is controlled with your other leg which is dug in beneath their armpit.
In other words the above rant, which really should be in YMAS, is a manifesto of someone new to martial arts.
You read a **** ton of books but, never really stuck with any actual training.
Posted On:6/11/2007 4:30pm
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