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I don't practice Judo but I do MMA training which involves grappling/wrestling/BJJ. I've been clipped unintentionally a few times when my partner/opponent has gone for a kimura, armbar, and americana bringing their arm across my face to grab my targeted arm. Best thing to get is a mouth guard for grappling. I personally like using the shock doctor gel max ...


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Ultimately, I went with another professional wrestling standby of hopping a half inch or so in the air and distributing my weight between the two feet. As a bonus, it also makes the stomp look a bit more vicious because I'm theoretically putting my whole body weight into it. I find myself wondering whether this problem actually does exist for martial use of ...


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Surprisingly most parents are not aware of all the consequences of their children being put in submission holds. They only knew that their child was to "tap out" if unable to escape the hold. Education on the side effects of continuous near passing out experiences is important. I also encourage parents to ask instructors what is taught in regards to tapping ...


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Put one or two inner soles in your shoe.


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I don't have any gear recommendations, but FWIW suggest: spending more time setting up the opponent before kicking ensuring you're far enough from the opponent to lift the shin towards horizontal - clear of elbows - before extending your foot at the opponent leading the extension with the heal, with the ball of the foot pulled back towards you (and the ...


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Honestly, when you get injured it is usually an oversight of timing and practice. I do not have any gear that I would recommend, but I would rather state this instead. Take the time to to land the kick. This just means slow down what you can with your mind and envision the kick before actually committing to it. If you do not see it land it very likely will ...


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Go see a sports trainer or physical therapist who can do a good analysis of what's going on with your knees. This doesn't have to involve X-rays or anything, a session of checking range of motion, strength testing various muscles, etc. should give them a good idea of what's going on, and what exercises will help. There could be a whole lot of DIFFERENT ...



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