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Mar
22
comment Can Forms (Kata/Poomsae/etc.) or Techniques (Waza) be practiced on the ground?
I would note that while you may be able to pull off striking attacks against an opponent in BJJ, this is the point of pulling guard and the clinch. It reduces the space between you and your opponent, and they limit your ability to draw power by trapping your hips and shoulders. If you trained for short power, you may be able to get some effective strikes in, but basically extending your arms or legs out towards them is essentially asking them to take your limb and break something. Be very wary.
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22
answered Can Forms (Kata/Poomsae/etc.) or Techniques (Waza) be practiced on the ground?
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