Jen >> torreando pass counters
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|6/25/07 10:25 AM|
Member Since: 10/03/2004
Hi Bolo, Do you have any tips or techniques to help me when my opponent grabs my pants at the knees (or my ankles), throws or pushes my legs to one side, and passes to the other? Normally, I would turn on my side to face my opponent and shrimp away, but I can't turn to face him because he's basically making my hips turn the other way. Thanks, Matt
|6/25/07 1:49 PM|
Member Since: 01/01/2001
1. Never let both legs extend out past 90 degrees.
2. If one leg extends, the other must retract.
3. Do not reach for your opponent's upper body with your feet when he is standing completely upright. This tends to break rule #1.
4. If your feet cannot reach your opponent, sit up. Reaching for a an opponent who is out of range, tends to break rule #1.
4. Attack your opponent with some sort of controlling position rather than waiting for him to do his pass.
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