Discussion in 'General Martial Arts Discussion' started by Simon, Mar 2, 2014.
Ah! Yeah, I couldn't really hear what you were saying at that point. Makes sense
I'm kinda like condensed soup.....
The 1st one at 35sec is a neck crank, isn't it? What's it called please? I'm looking for videos on this one neck crank technique. seems like a very practical technique. I've seen some complicated neck cranks which are no good for a non-grappler.
It's called a grovit
And will be demonstrated during me session at the MAP Meet.
That's actually a cool name.
From the man himself....
Fantastic video. Thanks.
Not a grovit, but here I am driving out of a clinch using the same point of contact.
Interestingly the same principle is used in traditional japanese jujutsu (albeit as part of a throw) - I wonder if the guillotine evolved from these kind of cranks?
Hey guys - not sure if this was going to be worth it's own thread so I'll pop in here. Is the sabaki method worth studying? Are there any glaring weaknesses of the method? If it is legit, can someone please point me to an informative site / video? Thanks
Probably better placed in a different thread
Do you mean this?
Thanks - will set up a thread instead.
Here's some brutal ones from the expert:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=El9ffohnu4o - the set up at 3:30 is the best I've seen! Simple, straightforward and practical This guy's a genius!
Fun fact - Erik trained under Billy
Do you guys train these cranks in sparring/pressure?
Yes I am known for them actually
They are safe unless you really, really want them to not be
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