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I helped a friend by mixing chiro with bjj today

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Human Bass, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. Human Bass Red Belt

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    She had her knee in pain and feeling stuck and stiff. I applied a kneebar very slowly til it cracked 2 or 3 times. And it worked, the pain and stiffness were gone.

    Cool story (bro) of my saturday.
     
  2. These Two Hands Our revenge will be the laughter of our children

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    That actually is a pretty cool story bro. I'd have never thought of trying that haha.
     
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    And we've found a new career for Paul Harris.
     
  4. Zankou Bringing peace and love Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Just more proof that kneebar is never the wrong answer.
     
  5. Sohei Its just a flu bro!

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    Submission therapy
     
  6. Was Exiled Brown Belt

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    I read the title thinking "chiro" was some sort of Mexican delicacy and some fart story at jiu jitsu training was incoming.




    You disappoint me TS.
     
  7. shunyata Red Belt

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    I was a massage therapist for years and also practice Traditional Chinese Medicine and have some background in therapeutic body work.

    I've actually reset a few dislocations on the mat (didn't cause any but have walked over or been called over) and several of them were knee dislocations.

    The technique I use to put traction on the knee in a person laying down is not unlike the entry for an ankle lock from top position in open guard, isolating the limb first before applying pressure (in this case traction not torque).
     
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    This was my thought exactly. I though it was like bringing "coleslaw" to the gym BBQ.

    I am disappoint too!
     

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