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  1. edtang is offline

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    I thought "Tanner Law" was someone's name as well.
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    Posted On:
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    This should be called Horn's Law and mean exactly the opposite.

    1) Watch tapes you traded with some dude you met on the internet
    2) Practice on your brother the Ninjer
    3) Go to Neutral Grounds and roll with real grapplers
    4) Compete in hick version of UFC
    5) repeat until title shot appears

    That's how it was done.
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    yeah, grammatically speaking: Tanner's law makes more sense.

    There is some hypnosis and visualization stuff I've studied, Russian mind programming **** and so forth. Video is only useful if you can watch it and actually feel your body responding, meaning your visual cortex is passing information all the way through your brain and into your central nervous system. There's a more blowhardy diatribe I can add if anyone's interested.

    One thing, is the "driver's seat" idea. You get a better sense of being there/telepresent, if you are watching an eye-level camera facing ahead: like for a driving or shooting game.

    Most fight DVDs show two guys standing side by side. But if you get an angle where you're looking at, say, the back of the thrower in a Judo vid, your neurons fire in a pattern closer to real execution.

    I've just been very interested in this stuff, sorry for the tl;dr^!
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    Posted On:
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    I have a question about this, how does one determine he is subject (or not) to this law? For instance I learned the rubberguard and "most" of the submission 101 moves via watching their videos and I can use them in an alive environment (also known as my jitsschoool). And I did not even practice these moves before with somebody, I just watched that stuff.
    On the other hand I love to have a good instructor who explains stuff to me, so I don't have to go the long way and figure out all the tiny tweaks that make a normal technique into a high percentage one.
    Sometimes you lose and sometimes the other guy wins.

    At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.

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    Posted On:
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    Tanner's Law will have to be constantly explained.

    When I hear the phrase "Tanner's Law", I can't help but think of the way he died. I intuitively think the definition must be: Don't be unprepared, or don't get in over your head. Something like that.

    Just saying.
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by devil
    Tanner's Law will have to be constantly explained.

    When I hear the phrase "Tanner's Law", I can't help but think of the way he died. I intuitively think the definition must be: Don't be unprepared, or don't get in over your head. Something like that.

    Just saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c4t5
    I have a question about this, how does one determine he is subject (or not) to this law? For instance I learned the rubberguard and "most" of the submission 101 moves via watching their videos and I can use them in an alive environment (also known as my jitsschoool). And I did not even practice these moves before with somebody, I just watched that stuff.
    On the other hand I love to have a good instructor who explains stuff to me, so I don't have to go the long way and figure out all the tiny tweaks that make a normal technique into a high percentage one.
    it has alot to do with how "intelligent" your body is. Not in the sense of smart/stupid, but in how much you've used your body in athletics, movements, and to "solve spatial problems".

    The real "Tanner's Law" test would be to go out and compete on a high level where a multitude of techniques are a disadvantage to having two or three primary techniques. Very hard to get to that level!!!

    Its basically a stupid show but "Dancing with the Stars" gives you a good idea of this: you see fotball players, who have never done ballroom, jazz etc dance disciplines and they do really well. Why? Your body is an extension of your mind, your nervous system "arborizes" with use (this is dumbed down k?) and you have more pathways between brain&body.

    Generally, people who are&have been physical throughout their lives can readily adapt to new movements. Analogous to language=the more words, phrases and ways of expressing the same thought, the better your skill with language. Then add on another language or more and you're really rocking out dude.

    Russians tend to start their kids with gymnastics and go from there. It used to be that a committie would decide, "You! go to powerlifting. You, you're a fencer." etc. My first SAMBO coach was a powerlifter, he was 5'6" and small but they didn't care, they weren't necessarily interested in genetic gifts but in training method.
    Many things we do naturally become difficult only when we try to make them intellectual subjects. It is possible to know so much about a subject that you become totally ignorant.
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    Posted On:
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    Okay, I see your point, I have been doing sports with "complex movements" through out my entire life and I always picked up new things quick, if it was snowboarding, parkour or pole dancing (shut up you fags, I only learned a few moves from a friend of mine who dances pole and rope).
    So it is rather how you trained in the past that determines how you gona pick up things in the future (good to know, if I ever have kids I will test that hypothesis). You should some how add this to the article at bs-wiki
    Sometimes you lose and sometimes the other guy wins.

    At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.

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    Renzo Gracie NYC
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    Posted On:
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     Guy Who Pays the Bills and Gets the Death Threats Style: MMA (Retired)

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    Someone change the name of the article (Move). If you can't, let me know and we'll work on the access.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: bjj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost
    Someone change the name of the article (Move). If you can't, let me know and we'll work on the access.
    I cant change the name Phrost. Lets work on my access.
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