Originally Posted by Libertad
Honestly, i usually suck at everything i do, but i'm good at guitar and fighting...
I'm pretty excited, i'm going to make my official am debut in august (hopefully), and by that time i'll have two years of training under my belt by then.
I do work really hard, though.
Tharuz, good showing, keep going to practice, the first few months are learning how to get your ass kicked, then after that you learn how to kick it!
Originally Posted by G-Off
I am always elbow escaping. Always. My girlfriend and i were wrestling around and It was all elbow escapes, all the time.
First time i ever put myself in guard, and let myself get mounted, though.
Id give here that triangle in a split of a second, but only to get the style points after wards for making her moan... :icon_scrawait that was some other type of event ... never mind!
...BJJ wins again?
Originally Posted by f4n4n
Originally Posted by indy007
Wow, dude. Don't kick. Seriously. Don't kick. Use these things called hands, and work on the sprawl.
When he's knee riding you, elbow escape, buck, something to get him off your face, so you can grab the single.
No I think this time eating out wins... well it is always a winner but it wins this time against the BJj
Originally Posted by 3moose1
I'm going to start asking what an elbow escape is in this situation....I have no idea what the hell that is.
Originally Posted by 3moose1
I was really too busy trying to follow him so he couldn't get a reverse mount or north south or whatever the hell he was circling me for rather than try to pass my guard. he never even went for a ground and pound. it never even crossed my mind to go for a single, nor do I think I had or catched the position and timing on when to do so.
My plan was to get him to a clinch and since my wrestling sucks maybe try to make a wrestling shoot as unexpected as possible in the stand up. I don't know how I would have gone for a single on the ground.
And another thing: I barely ever work on my boxing.
if I ask my coach to teach me how to box, all he tells me is to jab cross hook over and over again. I guess I better start telling my training parthners to box only while sparring 'cause to tell you the truth, most of them are about as new as me, and most of them go really really light for my new aquired taste.
****, one or two of them even do point sparring. I'm not kidding.
Last edited by tharuz; 9/21/2008 1:25pm at .
Don't kick? that seems like bad advice to me, he obviously needs all the practice he can get kicking.
You're a san shou stylist right?
did you see my running side kick? I learned that from parring with a tai chi kid.
the difference is that I train muay thai man, not san shou.
Honestly, if i could have good hands or good kicks, i'm picking hands every day.
Originally Posted by Domite
Obviously he isn't learning, incorporating everything at once. He should work on his hands, and add the kicks later.
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