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Creation Date: 09-20-2004 05:38 PM
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  #65 New 12-19-2005 11:21 PM
I feel like I'm doing the countdown to X-Mas. Too bad I do not celebrate X-Mas. :P

So class was good today. We covered a lot of information. I will try and recite it all here so I can remember later.

BJJ/Submission Wrestling:
Butterfly Guard

Positioning-
We went over which position to be in, up obviously and not on your back. Then we covered how to get to that position if the person was driving in. We are to place our hand in his throat, push back and follow up (we also drive our feet toward them to help drive them back). Now if the person is still driving and it does not affect them, then we still use our hand in their throat, and we shrimp out and then up.

*Note: Through all sweeps, we keep whizzer with right arm
Sweep 1-
Sweep one was the same as last week. We trap their right arm, lay to our left side bringing them with us. Drive our right leg (at their knee) and bridge up (tri-pod) and over into mount or scarf hold.
Sweep 2-
If we fail at trianlge our leg gets caught and they base nicely down, then we can not pass, so what we do is we pull out our left leg and wait for the drive. Once they drive, we trap their right arm with our leg, and then sweep to our left.
Sweep 3-
If we want to, we can also keep whizzer, but get underhook of their right arm, then sweep to our right. We must shift our hips to our right side and push out far. Hips are the most important portion of the sweeps. Without good hips, you can not sweep.
Sweep 4-
This time we grab the persons right wrist and bring the hand between our legs. We grab with our right arm under their arm pit, our left hand controls their wrist to keep it there. Then we place our head into their shoulder in order to trap that arm completely. Now we fall to our right side and then we get their back, and it's game over.
Sweep 5-
This time we are going to drive their head down with whizzer, and get the guillotine. Once we have guillotine with left arm, then we will drive and bridge to our right side and hip out and then base into mount with guillotine hold.
Triangle-
If the person gives us room to pass our leg, or if they do not we move their right arm out of the way and pass our left leg over. We have to make sure their left arm is up with our head or the choke will not work. Once our left leg is up we grab the ankle and move into best position, and figure four around their head. If their arm is back, we hip up and move the arm to good position. Then we place left arm around knee, right arm around head and conpress all of it, while lifting hips.
If caught-
If your leg gets caught or they keep control of it. This is where you jump to Sweep 2 above.

Muay Thai:
We worked feeling our opponent out.
Left Push Kick
Right Push Kick
Left Jab
Left Cut kick
Footwork

Then we worked our right cross, right thai kick after we have felt them out. We did two point sparring at the end. It was fun.
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