Originally Posted by IronMan
Yeah, this is another thing in grappling. You get to have fun and chill and talk, but one thing I have learned is that when you are doing a technique or trying to do something new, focus. If you let yourself get distracted, then something is much more likely to go wrong.
As far as the grip breaking, if that is what you need there are ways to force that in no-gi grappling. In gi grappling, if he grabs a sleeve or a lapel he is not going to let go unless he is duly motivated. There are ways of doing that.
Exactly what are you trying to do?
i threw myself (when being thrown) with an ippon seoinage, as hard as i could, trying to land on my feet so they get no points, and i be on my feet to make space and counter.
without thinking this one all the way through i threw myself with the throw as planned, i landed on my feet, but the force of the throw was too great, i landed in the bridge position, it sent a shock in my foot & my leg gave under the weight of two of us in this position, spraining my ankle and i ended up in a hurdlers like position.
i was forced to land in that position because of his grips. can't pull this move off with his still having his grips.
what was i going for??? i really am not sure, i guess some "hidden dragon" move or something....