Posted On:2/18/2004 9:23pm
Style: Im a Lover, not a fighter
Americana and Paintbrush are the same move. Elbow bent around 90 and pointing straight up.
Keylock is a compression lock.
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Posted On:2/19/2004 7:02am
Style: Canadian Shidokan
I changed it for you guys.
In judo they are both called Ude and I have them saved as that.
Posted On:2/19/2004 7:06am
This one is better?
or like this:
Posted On:2/19/2004 7:12am
Style: BJJ, MMA
much better Ronin
Posted On:2/19/2004 7:16am
that hurts my shoulder just looking at it; is the teabagging the icing on the cake?:D
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Posted On:2/19/2004 7:20am
Coming from Judo, I am still trying to get the hang of the "brasilian" names for the locks.
Posted On:2/19/2004 7:22am
We need a translation thread for all the names - all the judo names look like gibberish to me. I've seen some of the judo names tons of times and don't even realize I know the move already until someone either describes it, or someone posts a picture or vid to it.
Ronin - you posted a nice link to a page with quite a few names and animations - that was really helpful. thanks
Posted On:2/19/2004 7:23am
Posted On:2/19/2004 9:33am
A lot of the throws don't really have english equivalents. Or they do but they don't really mean everything. And wrestling tends to have its own specific variations so if you say "fireman's carry" instead of "kata garuma" you're really implying something different than what you may be describing. But as far as groundwork goes, I'll post some basic ones up soon on a seperate thread. They're fairly easy.
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