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10/9/12 5:38 PM
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kilemark
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Jimmy Pedro did a couple of videos for BJJ Weekly to counter this posture. They are on YouTube. Phone Post
10/9/12 5:41 PM
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BJJ Weekly: Jimmy Pedro

http://youtu.be/zGCn6_-9riQ Phone Post
10/10/12 10:15 AM
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Great clip. Simple yet very effective. Keep posting them, thanks.
10/27/12 4:32 AM
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Brake and drag, Osoto Gari. Phone Post
11/12/12 4:12 PM
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sometimes just yanking the guy on to all fours and attacking him on the ground is a good idea too,if you do this repeatedly your opponent will also get a penalty,which might cause him to raise his posture
11/14/12 6:43 AM
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ceoJ- you might get a penalty since under the new rules of 2009 you can't "crush the opponent so they can't attack.

Officially it is called; Blocking by Kumi-Kata with crushing
11/14/12 1:07 PM
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11/14/12 3:25 PM
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judoblackbelt-thanks for the tip,i still compete in judo and although i always try to keep up with the rules,they've changed so much recently. maybe yanking the guy,circling,and attacking with ashi-waza...you can still pull him down and you are attacking (although not with total commitment)..?
11/14/12 6:05 PM
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You might be able to get away with what you describe since you are attacking first with a throw. But a follow-up attack is dependent on how the opponent reacts to the initial attack. If you just moved them with no scoring then I don't so. If you off balance them and somehow pull them to the ground with a sacrifice follow-up throw then OK. You just can't yank them down to the ground into mat work.
11/15/12 1:29 PM
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The best technique for dealing with broken posture is to do 1000 rounds of randori at a judo club. When you go back to BJJ "standup training", everything will seem slow as molases.
11/21/12 1:12 AM
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If you have a good coach, I would learn sumigaeshi, it's a good throw and if executed properly you will finish the throw with a knee on the belly... Phone Post

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