Posted On:11/06/2007 6:30pm
Take a look at the Submission Master grappling dummy. There's a demo on youtube @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0unUBxf8fE
It's a killer grappling dummy...
There's a ton of stuff / positions you can train with it that you can't with the othere dummies like the Bubba.
It holds its legs up in the air so you can train passing the guard and leg locks from inside the guard.
It also positions on it's knees so you can work all your guard techs on it.
It postures in quarter position, on it's knees for practicing tech's from your knees.
Look at Burton Richardson's "Bubba" video on youtube... watch the Bubba's legs flop around, and look at how he has to put it into a straddle, not on it's knees, to do guard techs on it.
Submission Master kicks Bubba's ass!!!
Check it out!!!!
Posted On:11/06/2007 6:39pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
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Posted On:11/06/2007 6:52pm
You don't want to know about good training equipment?
Posted On:11/06/2007 7:09pm
Of course. So please contact the website admins to arrange a marketing arrangement where you pay the needed fees so that your product gets displayed for others to see and evaluate.
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Or is leeching for free marketing space and website bandwith the only way to conduct legitimate business and advertisement? Wanna be taken seriously? Then don't be a....
Last edited by Teh El Macho; 11/06/2007 7:22pm at .
Posted On:11/06/2007 7:37pm
Definitely not spam. I'd like to start a dialogue about grappling dummies, especially from those who have experience in training with them.
Anyone with preferences towards other dummies, please let me know what you like about them. Particularly If there are other dummies that work well for guard, quarter and on the knees positions.
Posted On:11/06/2007 7:44pm
A dialog about grappling dummies, or an introduction of your product to a potential customer base?
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Last edited by Teh El Macho; 11/06/2007 7:50pm at .
Posted On:11/06/2007 8:15pm
Style: On Hiatus
I prefer using crack-heads as grappling dummies. Thanks, but no thanks.
Posted On:11/06/2007 8:27pm
Style: BJJ/MMA - running away
Is this like blow up sex dolls? Just for grappling?
... if you can't get the real thing, you get a doll, huh?
... I know nothing about dummies in training, but this just looks silly to me.
Posted On:11/06/2007 8:34pm
It will bring out the beast in you.
Posted On:11/06/2007 8:48pm
Style: BJJ, Judo, SBGi, Archery
My wife said it best: "He's fighting a dummy, and tying it up in knots... And now it looks like he's giving it CPR!"
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