5/22/2008 9:02pm, #51
The key to arm in guillotines is pulling him towards you with your legs instead of pushing him away, and crunching sideways to bring your elbow to your hip.Undisputed KING OF ASSHOLES.
5/22/2008 9:04pm, #52Originally Posted by fatherdog
5/22/2008 9:24pm, #53
side without is the important one i believe.
5/22/2008 9:47pm, #54
arm in finish is all about torque.
edit: and arm placement.
Last edited by pauli; 5/22/2008 9:49pm at .
5/22/2008 9:49pm, #55Originally Posted by Wolf
hmm, while that makes sense, i think i'll wait for someone with more experience
Due to you being akin to a girl i dated with saggy breasts and pancake nipples (aka a big dissapointment)
5/22/2008 10:10pm, #56
I mean, don't let the other arm be loose, but yeah squeeze the elbow with his head to your hip.
5/22/2008 10:14pm, #57
Your really, really confusing me.
Now your like the girl i dated, who wasn't so fresh down there, and i was confused.
Ok, yes, i've dated alot of...messed up chicks.
5/22/2008 10:23pm, #58
haha. I'll just stop. I'm terrible at explaining this **** with text. i'm sure the resident purples can be more clear. I can see and do it (though it takes me a while to get the tap), but I'll be damned if I can write about it.
5/22/2008 10:25pm, #59Originally Posted by Wolf
and no, i don't have a horrible sex story to relate this to.
5/22/2008 10:46pm, #60
Originally Posted by Phrost
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How do yall feel about that, in mma should you actually try to break the oponents joint, bone, or what have you. It is afterall their responsibility to tap out but in instances like that he wouldn't have had time, same thing often times with heel hooks. I think they barred them in Pancrase for that reason.