Video from my match yesterday

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by gsxrpaul, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. gsxrpaul

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  2. Jiujitsunoob

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    That was an awesomely sloppy match. But on a positive note you almost won.
     
  3. Crissd4

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    here you go,
    family's view

    part 1 of teammates view

    part 2


    good luck in the future
     
  4. WorldisMine81

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    Hey man props...you are the dude with hair in the video ?

    Good job...you lost but...a lot of people talk about doing all the training and some people actually do it.

    Quick advice if you don't mind.

    You stand to upright when you first engage....widen stance and sometimes well in a lot of cases having the higher grip means less leverage and balance for you.

    Try to get the underhook. You already know this but in the video you didnt do that.

    Never leave one arm in, thats death by armbar or triangle.

    Last thing, slow down, don't get over excited, the calmest person usually wins a match when you are at same levels.
     
  5. gsxrpaul

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    I'm actually the bald guy.
     
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    and u lost????

    what the hell were the judges looking at?
     
  7. gsxrpaul

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    It was his academy's tournament, so the ref was also from his academy as well as the scorekeepers. This isn't why I lost, I lost because I didn't finish the choke or the armbar I had.
     
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    If you would have curled your ankles back instead of crossing them, you would have finished the armbar.
     
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    I wasn't driving my hips as much as I should have either. I need to change my mindset during comps to go full out, and not like I do when I am sparring with my teammates.
     

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