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accepted Learning not to turn your back on ground?
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comment Learning not to turn your back on ground?
@Shauna Or any other kind of attacks. I'd rather keep my ribs intact :)
Nov
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comment Learning not to turn your back on ground?
@MilanSxD I know, but in most of my cases, it's not perfect, and possibly to get out, if I knew how to do that.
Nov
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comment Learning not to turn your back on ground?
I've learnt how to get away from jujigatame, but chokes are the ones I simply can't defend. For example, triangle choke or bow & arrow. In these cases, it's only a matter of luck if I can get away.
Nov
6
comment Learning not to turn your back on ground?
Actually, half guard is my favourite ground situation, as I've a few methods for getting my leg free, and I'm pretty good with udegarami. I'm not into chokes, as I'm simply not good with them, some basic bow & arrow and rear naked chokes are what I can do.
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reviewed Excellent What Level Of Expertise Did Theodore Roosevelt Have In Judo?
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reviewed Excellent Self-defense against chainsaw attack
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revised What martial art should I start with?
corrected spelling and fixed grammar.
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comment What submissions are not allowed in competitive Judo?
@Patricia Here's one to view groundwork as more tiring. Depending on the situation of course. If I know that the opponent is better at ground than in standing position, I'd rather leave the ground.
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revised What submissions are not allowed in competitive Judo?
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comment What submissions are not allowed in competitive Judo?
@DaveLiepmann Sorry for the late response. Yeah, mount does score points starting from 10 seconds, as it's a pin. You're right about the locks, but basically any lock allowed in judo can do damage on the shoulder if executed poorly. I'm updating my answer about the mount, I meant you don't get points the same way from it like in BJJ.
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