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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by kpoz12, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. MotivatedPenn White Belt

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    Yea. I'm going to drill it this on Monday or Tuesday. I'll let you know. This should be a treat since I've been working on the backstep for a while.
     
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  2. kpoz12 The No Life King

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    Nice. Yeah the key is being totally proactive about it: YOU have to consciously set it up and execute it when they bite on your bait; you can't wait to try and react to their attack.
    So yeah, conciliatory stick your lead out there for them to grab, and as soon as they bite on it, back step, drop your Side on em, and lock out that shoulder (and the key to the actually kimura is clamping your armpit as high up on their clavicle as possible; don't worry about grabbing their wrist until after you've totally lock up the shoulder with your armpit, and by clamping your elbow onto their ribs...grabbing their wrist should be the last step of any good kimura, not the first).

    Anyways, sorry for rambling on; lemme know how it goes with your drilling! I'm happy to try help you further with it.

    -Ken
     
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    Nice. That one GB guy must really hate you. What'd you have, 3 matches against him?
     
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    Lol yeah: 2 in Gi and 1 Nogi. He was super cool though; we've stayed in touch after too.
     
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    You beat him three times in a row. You know what that means, right?
     
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  7. MotivatedPenn White Belt

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    School and work's been shit this week. Haven't been able to hit the gym yet :/
     
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    He's a 90lbs Asian kid with no experience?
     
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    No Dan, it means he's your bitch. Until he beats you. Three in a row = he's your bitch.
     
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  10. MotivatedPenn White Belt

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    It's looking good so far. Got it on every person I tried it on (though I'm sure there are still details to iron out; the highest person I've hit it on is a blue, so I still have to try it on higher ranks).

    lol I might have to start looking into an entire "hunting for kimuras while passing" series
     
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    I read that as 2-on-1 Sherdog control.

    Maybe that can be the name of your finishing move.
     
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  12. kpoz12 The No Life King

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    Dude totally! Half my passes are rolling/backstepping/etc for kimuras. A lot of times people will extend their arms to try and frame and prevent a pass or re-guard; this is a perfect time to attack Kimuras, or even slide into near-Side Armbars.

    Remember my Gold Rule for locking the shoulder: if you can see the back of their hand, that means their elbow is open, and their shoulder is open for a possible lock.
     
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