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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-27-2007, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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Wrestling Ties

These are the wrestling ties im aware of atm. If theres any ties im missing could you please add. I do jui-jitsu and would like to have knowldege of all the different ties to use to advantage.

Over and under
underhook
whizzer/overhook
double overhook
double underhook
double necktie
single necktie or collar and elbow
inside double bicep
outside elbow control
2 on 1
seatbelt
over the back lat grip
fronthead lock
front bodylock
rear and side bodylock
bear hug
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-27-2007, 12:24 AM
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Looks like you pretty much covered them all, lol, and I think you repeated a bunch of them too. Also, why do you want to know this information for jiu jitsu?




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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-28-2007, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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im talking about no-gi grappling ties. i wanna know it for jui-jitsu so i have a stand-up wrestling edge.
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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yea. you have to unlearn some stuff for jiu jitsu. vice versa.

how do you not have the loose lock up and tight lock up!? MOST FUNDAMENTAL!!!!!
Whats a loose and tight lock up? ive never heard of those terms.
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Whats a loose and tight lock up? ive never heard of those terms.
Russian tie up. Very effective.

There a few tie ups that utilize the whizzer. Though, I find the whizzer to be more of a grappling technique usually applied after a sprawl. It's very effective in contolling an opponent from there - even pinning him with the right whizzer tie up.
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raymardo whizzer? i think i know that one but we use a different term. can u tell me again.
Tell you what a whizzer is? I'm not sure what you're asking.
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Russian tie up. Very effective.

There a few tie ups that utilize the whizzer. Though, I find the whizzer to be more of a grappling technique usually applied after a sprawl. It's very effective in contolling an opponent from there - even pinning him with the right whizzer tie up.
Are you talking about russian 2 on 1? if not could you elaborate on the russian tight and loose holds?

The whizzer is basically used when the opponent has an underhook and you gain advantage from the overhook postion. Whats a few moves you know of that can be used with whizzer after sprawl if you dont mind saying.

Also, have you wrestled before?
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Are you talking about russian 2 on 1? if not could you elaborate on the russian tight and loose holds?

The whizzer is basically used when the opponent has an underhook and you gain advantage from the overhook postion. Whats a few moves you know of that can be used with whizzer after sprawl if you dont mind saying.

Also, have you wrestled before?
I don't believe a Russian tie up is also called a Russian 2 on 1. I'd have to see that position to compare the 2.

I am not sure if the rest of your post is directed towards me or the thread starter because you described a whizzer, and I mentioned one in my post. Makes me think that you were directing this and the following comments at someone else.
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