Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by mikezismike, Dec 21, 2012.
cool stuff. i wish i didn't have to watch his asscrack for 40 seconds, though.
funny, i just watched this earlier today.
he did not wrestle, he grappled...
Wrestling is grappling
Who is swick?
The inventor of the swickotine, which is like a normal guillotine but a little bit faster and more amazing
Interesting how he sets up the bicep slice/crunch. That's Camarillo version, putting your hand in your pocket on the armbar.
Well Swick does train at AKA, so it would make sense he would do things Camarillo-esque
Of course, just interesting how things are taught different at different schools. My girlfriend trained at AKA and Camarillo's for awhile and now trains somewhere else (high level). And the arm bar setups are totally different.
if someone tells you I got a "wrestling" match this week, what do you think?
if someone tells you I got a grappling match this week, what do you think of it?
wrestling =/= grappling, at least to fellow grapplers.
Great find buddy. Thanks for posting!
Yeah. But grappling is kind of the word which can include submission grappling/wrestling, freestyle, folkstyle, Brazilian jiu jitsu, Judo, pretty much any kind of no striking competition. They were doing No Gi bjj it looked like.
Camarillo's arm bars are hand deep in the pocket with a HEAVY emphasis on using your leg to kick/push to keep your opponent from coming up while other arm bars you use you hand to push on the face to keep opponent down.
I've never seen an armbar where you use your hand to push their face down? Maybe I read that wrong.
thats what I said.
The pushing the face is during the setup on both, like im sure you have been taught (dont look at me! As you push the face away to extend the arm and keep them down). it's the switching of the arms and looping your arm thru to put your hand deep in the pocket and kicking hard with the leg over the face that is different about Camarillo's.
Well, to be fair when I clicked on this thread, based on the title I was expecting a wrestling match. Like folk or freestyle. That's usually what the term implies around here, and in the grappling community in general.
holy shit i was at that seminar. This was back in 2010 at speicher. I rolled with heath herring at this one. I remember the black guy was kind of a loudmouth who kept trying challenge them.
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