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  1. fights4peace is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by fights4peace View Post


    Sorry brother, I wanted to hear it from F4P. A short while ago he seemed to put some stock in compliant training videos, I was wondering if his sensibilities had adjusted.
    *glares* No stock in compliant videos if they are brought to prove a technique works. I really wish my brother's thing would blow over already.
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    7/12/2010 7:32pm


     Style: Judo, Muay Thai, MMA

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    Kinda sloppy judo stuff, but at least he isn't teaching 'anti-grappling'
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    I wish I was good enough to pull off a triangle angled towards the wrong side. :-(

    I need to train more.
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    7/12/2010 8:25pm

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     Style: BJJ, wrestling

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    That wasn't the worse I've seen, but that man has no business teaching any of the moves he demonstrated. The Japanese double leg was particularly poorly executed.

    Maybe I'll make a video of Kung Fu moves I learned off the internet and see where that gets me.


    Quote Originally Posted by fights4peace View Post
    Typo. It seems to be standard sweeps from a wrestling clinch progressing to armbars/chokes. Not bad really.
    That was indeed crappling. Your statement that it was a typo and subsequently saying that it was "not bad" tells me you have no idea what good grappling looks like.

    Train more, post less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp View Post
    That wasn't the worse I've seen, but that man has no business teaching any of the moves he demonstrated. The Japanese double leg was particularly poorly executed.

    Maybe I'll make a video of Kung Fu moves I learned off the internet and see where that gets me.



    That was indeed crappling. Your statement that it was a typo and subsequently saying that it was "not bad" tells me you have no idea what good grappling looks like.

    Train more, post less.
    I only watched up to the armbar until I went up until the end. really didnt have patience. but yes grappling is my weakest skill, but im gonna start going to miletich in a bit to train there
  6. gregaquaman is online now
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    Not only compliant which I understand why people do in demos and drills. but the opponant was doing the big collapse which there should be almost no need for.
    I would just like to add if I found a kung fu technique that worked I would add it quicker than spit.
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    The throws were fine the ground work was white belt level at best.
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    The throws were ok his uke did not help by just falling all the time. The ground work looks self taught and badly self taught at that. Also it says it is slow motion but it does not look like to me am I missing something?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedycerviche View Post
    Also it says it is slow motion but it does not look like to me am I missing something?.
    Maybe thatís what slow motion looks like, compared to the speed of a true kung fu master.
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     Style: No-Gi BJJ/MMA/MT noob

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    I would just like to add if I found a kung fu technique that worked I would add it quicker than spit.
    As far as I could see the throw at 0:13 is actually a KF tech. I learned it as Taijiís Parting Horse's Mane application (actually the only Taiji tech application I ever learned) though it could probably be found in judo as a variant of one of the 67 throws, and Iím pretty sure Iíve seen it in one of medieval wrestling demos done by some guys form Wroclaw.
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