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#370185 - 05/02/08 08:57 AM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: Ives]
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Yep, I'm ready!

Any advice?
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#370186 - 05/05/08 06:57 PM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: BrianS]
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Good class saturday. Had two new guys show up. One guy from kempo/gung fu that has been doing that a year. He kept repeating, "well, at my karate school we do such and such...." LOL!

I was happy that my son decided to join me as well! He did really good with his rolls and ashi waza! Look out!

I've been focusing on my conditioning for the tournaments. I'm sure the 3 minute rounds will be exausting. I've also narrowed down a few techniques to refine rather than focusing on all that I have been shown so far. We'll see how it goes.
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#370187 - 05/06/08 07:56 AM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: BrianS]
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I've been focusing on my conditioning for the tournaments. I'm sure the 3 minute rounds will be exausting. I've also narrowed down a few techniques to refine rather than focusing on all that I have been shown so far. We'll see how it goes.




3 minutes? We do 5 in the UK- , man we're so awesome

The first tournament is always the worst as far as conditioning goes. It must be the nerves or the strangeness of the situation or something, but the first few judo matches I had completely killed me, and I was used to playing a 10 minute quater in high school basketball.

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#370188 - 05/06/08 02:04 PM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: BrianS]
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I find easier to defend and counter standing up when I'm tired unless the guy pretty good that work out well.

I also find it easier to attack from the mount position riding them then defending on the bottom. Of course being prepared for both is best, being able to read your opponent intention will help as they spin for a throw hip butts and sets up sweeps; siccisoring there legs stops throw and setup outer/inside reaps.

Remember dbls legs are legal in Judo, wathout for chokes when you takedown!!
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#370189 - 05/06/08 08:45 PM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: Supremor]
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Supremor,

It all depends on the particular shiai and the level you are playing at.

My sensei told us it would be 5minute rounds and was surprised to find out it is only 3.
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#370190 - 05/06/08 08:48 PM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: Neko456]
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I find easier to defend and counter standing up when I'm tired unless the guy pretty good that work out well.





Yep, it's kind of hard to go on the offensive when you are give out.

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I also find it easier to attack from the mount position riding them then defending on the bottom. Of course being prepared for both is best, being able to read your opponent intention will help as they spin for a throw hip butts and sets up sweeps; siccisoring there legs stops throw and setup outer/inside reaps.





I'd rather be on top.

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Remember dbls legs are legal in Judo, wathout for chokes when you takedown!!




I know,but although I can do them it is not something we have been taught for some reason...??

My sensei doesn't want me to do anything at the tournament that he has not taught me.
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#370191 - 05/08/08 12:49 AM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: BrianS]
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Had a good class tonight.

In the last few minutes we had shiai style randori.

I was up against gorilla Bill. He threw me twice, but he couldn't pin or submit me, mostly because I'm just squirrly,lol.
I did manage to get him down using ashi waza and got an armbar on him twice.
The last round he tried to throw me ,but got me in a weird kneebar position against the mat and hyperextended my knee. Dammit!!
It's all swolen and hurts now.

hopefully it will be better in a couple of days.
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#370192 - 05/08/08 10:17 AM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: BrianS]
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Man you guys are battling thats good training if you survive training you should do well in tournament.


Thats good Judo gentle art my foot or your knee.
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#370193 - 05/08/08 11:21 PM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: Neko456]
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If I survive,lol!!

Maybe if wasn't doing randori with a guy that weighs 260 I wouldn't have been hurt,lol.

He's a beginner like me,but he always tries to muscle everything. It was non-intentional and that's just the risks we take. I hold no grudges about it.

My knee is slightly swollen and pruple today. I think it will heal soon.

I'm going to take it easy saturday.
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#370194 - 05/09/08 02:30 AM Re: Brian's Judo log [Re: BrianS]
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The good thing about working your techniques against him and bully around with him. Once you start grappling with guys your own weigh it will seem easier to over power them with technique because you have had to fight stronger resistance with 260lb Mr. Bull.

The guys your own weigh will feel like they are not resisting much, unless they have much more skill so you should do well once you heal.
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