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datdamnmachine
7/16/2016 1:57pm,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oySVPXwPkKU

A little something for the lazy weekend. Enjoy. Considering it's animals, it probably isn't for the BJJ and Advanced Grappling Forum, but, the technique is pretty solid.

Holy Moment
7/16/2016 4:02pm,
Squirrel Star!

Squirrel Star!

The Villain
7/16/2016 4:09pm,
I get it now. Is this what we should be talking about? Real martial arts application is scary, but marmot brawls? Totes cute.

gregaquaman
7/16/2016 4:31pm,
Goanna fight with commentary.

https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=&ved=0ahUKEwiYvN2S9_jNAhUOtJQKHUYvCnIQiE4IHjAA&usg=AFQjCNF1sHlk2z9QIx28jtvfnGP_UlkifA&sig2=hb-bqymdwmDVsJig7Hz9BQ

Jim Giant
7/16/2016 5:22pm,
Lizards would kick their asses.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzmic_VX4XY

Sam Losco
7/17/2016 4:58pm,
They werent real marmots

Real martos work in the street

datdamnmachine
7/17/2016 8:09pm,
Lizards would kick their asses.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzmic_VX4XY


I really do hope Ozzy Man gets a hold of that marmot video! Seriously, that guy is gold!


They werent real marmots

Real martos work in the street


I thought that was the street...or does it not count if it is only the side of the road??? Does that means its only "Side-Of-The-Road" applicable? Is there an "Helio Filter" for that?

Jim Giant
7/17/2016 9:39pm,
I've left a comment. He probably won't see it but who knows.

Mr. Machette
7/18/2016 3:09am,
That was the toughest push hands competition I've ever seen.

BKR
7/18/2016 10:29am,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oySVPXwPkKU

A little something for the lazy weekend. Enjoy. Considering it's animals, it probably isn't for the BJJ and Advanced Grappling Forum, but, the technique is pretty solid.

Now I clearly see that the Chinese were making all those animal forms up because they were embarrassed they got it all from Marmots...

Rand
7/19/2016 7:50am,
I really like the video in the OP, and saw it previously elsewhere. It really is "text book" pummeling in nature. It's a major part of the "style" of folkstyle I learned (for 275-85s) and one the prominent components of standup I teach when I instruct wrestling. If you don't know how to pummel, or what pummeling is, you should learn it. It's a great tool to set up a variety of upper body attacks, and can even be used to set up leg attacks like short singles.