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Yes great the arm throw is new to me I liked the fast and slow rythms
Awesome drills! Looking forward to working on these and steamrolling some people! Do you have any tips on how to avoid my opponent gripping my gi before shooting a double leg? It seems like everytime I get to the right range to shoot a double I am tripped up by my oppenent grabbing my lapel. I know you specialize in no-gi but figured I would ask. Thanks for all the great training tips!
Hey Andrew, glad you enjoyed them. As you know I’m a no gi practitioner, so I wouldn’t be the best person to ask. Just thinking out loud, it would depend on how they are gripping and what they are gripping. If it is your collar or lapel, then you would be blocked. If it was your sleeve, then there is a chance it could be used to your advantage, by throwing your arms back as you level change. This would cause them to “fall over” you and get you in a good position to finish a double leg. This is done no gi by controlling their wrists or when they are grabbing yours.