Popped my Rip... while doing a clockchoke

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Gordinho, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. Gordinho

    Gordinho Green Belt

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    I've never do a clock choke like mario sperry.

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    But my stupid Brain remember that Technic while i was on that position... So i dive my head to the ground and turn my hips to choke my partner!

    While doing this, i heard 3 Pop sounds. Now my rips fucking hurts. It is not broken, but what was that?

    regards
     
  2. Darksky

    Darksky Blue Belt

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    Woot! I popped both my ribs, and after they healed I look like I have bones sticking out. They made a loud noise I have been told that is the cartilage cracking. Took about 2-4 weeks to get back to training. I think mine popped when I was getting stacked and I tried to twist out.

    Anyway welcome to the popped rib club :]
     
  3. LCDforMe

    LCDforMe Purple Belt

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    I've heard of many people at my gym popping their ribs doing clockchokes...odd
     
  4. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Guest

    I popped mine also this past weekend at NAGA during the finals. I went to the doctor and got x rays they arent broken. The doctor said its probably a torn intersoctal muscle.(muscle inbetween the ribs) It hurts like a bitch when i lay down and then try to get up. As long as i keep my back straight and dont breathe too hard it doesnt hurt. They cant tell for sure without an MRI.
     
  5. Dedicado

    Dedicado Machetero

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    you proly dislocated your floating ribs from your sternum. Your bottom-most ribs are connected to your sternum by cartilage. This is most likely what you tore when you rotated your torso on the clock choke. I should know, Ispent 3 months off after this injury happened to me.

    Get well bro, watch lots of tape on fights and go to calss to watch so you don't miss instruction, but you are pretty much f*'d for a good while. :(
     
  6. GlassJaw

    GlassJaw SBC hustler.

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    Give's ya ribs character. I've got both sides busted.
     
  7. blanko

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    yea did the same thing myself
     
  8. Gordinho

    Gordinho Green Belt

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    hey the pain is almost gone, just missed 3 classes! :)
     
  9. blanko

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    seems like you put your ribs on his head/shoulder instead of going all the way to the mat.
     
  10. ShanghaiBJJ

    ShanghaiBJJ Brown Belt

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    Germans seem to have weak sceletal structure ;-)

    Gute Besserung!
     
  11. Calc

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    I've got the same but not from a clockchoke. Good to hear you healed up so fast!
     

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