2/11/2004 7:53am, #11
2/11/2004 10:50am, #12
how about as followup to a blocked mounted armbar? base out with your hand near their head and put your shin into their neck. Anyone ever use it there? I jsut learned it like 2 days ago and it felt pretty solid, but i haven't actually used it yet...
2/11/2004 11:29am, #13
It works in principle if you can get the shin under the chin. Personally, I would pull down with the right hand (or both) rather than the left, which also blocks incoming punches from his left hand.
(I feel obliged to point out that this is originally a judo technique that falls under the category of ashi jime.)There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
2/11/2004 11:36am, #14
2/11/2004 11:44am, #15
Yeah, I guess that's one way of doing it.There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
2/11/2004 11:47am, #16
2/11/2004 12:06pm, #17
That's different, that's leg over head rather than shin under chin. I sometimes go for something like that when I can't get a triangle, but it's a crappy substitute as far as I can tell.There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
2/11/2004 12:37pm, #18
2/11/2004 2:25pm, #19
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Actually, go go plata is one technique I could NOT find in judo until I just got the Maeda documentary. I forget what he calls it. I'll check and get back to you guys. (the first version you posted is very close, Ronin, but not exact)You want some birth control? You can smoke a cigarette.
2/11/2004 2:51pm, #20