Posted On:1/19/2008 12:40am
Originally Posted by Jadonblade
So recently Ive found myself trying to explain bjj, and some people asking for a "move". Normally I just show a standing kimura or RNC but they dont look that interesting to a normal punter. So I was wondering which sub people like to show to demo their grappling?. This goes for all subs in all arts.
Other than "flying" moves I decided a triangle would give the best impression, but I really couldny be bothered to do it on the ground when someone at work asked me. So I decided an arm triangle is the next best thing. Worked a treat, the guy struggled abit to test the water but then he jabbed me in the eye!
Collar chokes work on maintanance overalls and cowboy carhart jackets where I work.
Posted On:1/19/2008 2:00am
Just tell them that in order to demonstrate technqiues, they'll have to lie down on the floor with you in a position that may look considered slightly sexual. They'll stop asking.
Posted On:1/19/2008 4:37am
Style: Defense Fighting
Smothering or something other that feels very uncomfortable and helpless.
Posted On:1/19/2008 5:27am
Ground and pound. Also, that scissor takedown thingy looked pretty impressive to me as a non-grappler.
Posted On:1/19/2008 9:51am
Style: San Da, Judo, BJJ
Originally Posted by kingmiracleman
Make like Ryo Chonan with the flying scissor heel hook!
Best sub ever.
I work in a youth centre currently and one of the youths who I know was telling me of his ninja skillz. So I told him no. He gets into his "stance", so I playfully single leg him into the corner and hold him while he spazzes out. Afterwards he says he would of elbowed me in the spine but didnt want to get in trouble for killing staff.
My next victim is the local crazy guy called "tinkerbell" who said he could teach me ninja skillz, I asked him why would I want that? he couldnt really understand my question.
mmm collar chokes might work on our uniform. What is the choke where you are undearneath, left hand grabs their left collar, right hand goes over the top of their necks and then goes under the left arms elbow with hand going up?
Posted On:1/19/2008 11:06am
I just show them videos. It's easier but it leads of mega retarded questions.
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