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post #941 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-08-2011, 12:19 AM
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It's good to hear you're back into the jitsu training man.

I am going in for training tomorrow, hopefully we will roll for a bit tommorrow night.

If I can, I'm going to ask the instructor to help me prevent being submitted via the guillotine choke.

That was the one thing I hated during the 1st-night...after going 12-rolls with the two amatuer fighters in the gym 12 times after my 1st roll.

I wish you the best for that july fight you have lined up mate!



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post #942 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-08-2011, 08:02 PM Thread Starter
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Upper Body Pull Cycle:
Repeat cycle 3 times, rest 90 seconds
High Pull: 6,6,6@135lbs
Pull-ups (Underhand Grip): 7,7,6@b/w
Sledgehammer Slams: 15,15,15@16lb hammer
TRX Inverted Rows 4,3,2
Single Arm Dumbbell Rows 6,6,6@90lbs

Abs Cycle:
Repeat cycle 3 times, rest 90 seconds

Stir the Pot 15,15,15
Hanging Knee Raise 15,10,10
Cable Crunch 20,20,20@max

Back for no gi jits in an hour.
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It's good to hear you're back into the jitsu training man.

I am going in for training tomorrow, hopefully we will roll for a bit tommorrow night.

If I can, I'm going to ask the instructor to help me prevent being submitted via the guillotine choke.

That was the one thing I hated during the 1st-night...after going 12-rolls with the two amatuer fighters in the gym 12 times after my 1st roll.

I wish you the best for that july fight you have lined up mate!
Thanks man, good to see you've made your way to a gym
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post #944 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-08-2011, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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No Gi w/ Bruno

Technique was a simple guard break and pass. Control the wrist with same side hand as you stand with good posture. Other hand pushes on the knee to break guard, your same side knee staples the opened leg to the mat, step back with other leg and establish side control.

Another mostly successful day of rolling. Had a dominant roll with a guy that put up a valiant fight, flowed through mount, back control, turtle really well but couldn't finish. Rolled a small new kid and just practiced transitions and stuff. I was getting bored of letting go of subs early and tapped him with an Americana using the legs for practice. Rolled a heavyweight fighter but we were both dog tired. He sat in my guard most of the round, I'd almost hip bump sweep him but he'd be ready and nearly take my back everytime. We'd scramble and it would go back go guard. I'm going to armbar him next time.
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post #945 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-09-2011, 01:00 AM
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"Technique was a simple guard break and pass. Control the wrist with same side hand as you stand with good posture. Other hand pushes on the knee to break guard, your same side knee staples the opened leg to the mat, step back with other leg and establish side control."

We did something similar, I cannot remember if this is where we shot our hands up palm to palm then around the back to a gable lock around his hips....?

I know we did something were we worked with the gable then drove our shoulder into the chest or throat, then while he was annoyed with the knee you let go with your left hand and force his knee down, so you can obtain half-guard then side-control. Once you're in side-control the goal was to re-attain the gable lock and stay tight for a moment or two.



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post #946 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-10-2011, 12:29 AM Thread Starter
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Quick workout, suprisingly tiring though. We're going to build on it.

2 Rounds, each round is 2 Sets of 10x 1-2-3, 10x Left Kicks, 10X Right Kicks.

My lower back's been hurting, see how it feels tomorrow.
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post #947 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-11-2011, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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Back was still hurting yesterday, called it a rest day. Still feels a bit sketchy but should be alright.

Burpees (5x3 minute rounds, 1 min rest)
1 - 30
2 - 27
3 - 25
4 - 24
5 - 25
Total - 131

Phew, barely beat last weeks.

No gi in a couple hours.
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post #948 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-11-2011, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Technique was a form of back control that I like. When you have someone's back you pick a side to fall to, if you have the over under grip then fall to the over side. Before you do this, the leg opposite of the side you're falling to moves behind their knee and lifts it up, essentially trapping them into that position for an easier RNC. If they try to turn in you can replace your raised leg with the nearest arm, then sprawl back for an easy transition to side control.

4 Rounds with lots of tough back and forth rolls. One with a commonly tough training partner, glad to see I could keep up. No subs either way today though I totally had a fully extended kneebar on a purple belt girl that I let go of. Going to try to get those kneebars popping again.
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post #949 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-12-2011, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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Squats 6,6,6@265lbs
Deadlifts 6,6,6@265lbs
DB Bench 6,5,4@85lbs
Chinups 6,6,6@b/w+20lbs

Weights up significantly again.So much strength! The strength gaining phase is sadly coming to an end. Striking/Grappling endurance is the focus now.

I also weigh 214lbs 12.5% bodyfat so it's leaning out time. I'm going to increase water intake this next 10 days in anticipation of a practice weight cut. I want to experiment cutting weight while still on creatine, and see how far I can comfortably lose in water wieght. Then I'll be able to figure out how much dieting I need to do.
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post #950 of 1510 (permalink) Old 03-14-2011, 11:56 PM Thread Starter
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Did beginner and advanced classes today. Pulled something in my groin in the warmup, made things interesting for the rest of the evening. I was a fool not to do some specific exercises for my hips/groin while I was hitting weights nearly everyday.

Not going to go through everything because I have to be up for work in 8 hours. I won all my rolls except for the black belt instructor - did well against him escaping positions, passing guard, but when I bridged out of half guard to reverse, he landed a collar choke - pretty much how all my rolls go with him. Did pretty good though, we were only doing 3 minute rounds so we must have had 10-12 rounds in all.
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