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    Quote Originally Posted by DROP View Post
    DO YOU PUT YOUR HEAD IN THE ARMPIT? WHAT IS THE POSITIONING
    The 2 on 1 was pretty much my only offense from my feet since I was a sophmore in Highschool. Folk, Free, Greco, everything I did was off the "Russian Tie".

    The beautiful thing about the 2 on 1 series is that by controlling that one arm, you essentially take that entire side of his body out of the equation. Like most technique, positioning is important, and this is no different. BUT, in my experience, the strength of your hold is equally as important as head positioning.

    This move in bout 153, is the perfect example of both. First, he Stays in superb position with his head, as he changes his levels, he ducks his head into the armpit. This is key for generating leveage, and moving the opponent off balance. While these are key, he would not have been able to do any of that without total control of that arm.

    I don't know if I would use that move often, or even drill it a whole lot, not my style and that move is sort of low percentage (importantly in my experience. your results may vary). but there is a ton of misdirection, fireman's type carry's and dumps from the two on one once you get comfortable with your head position and arm control.

    Sorry if this is too much like a lecture. Hope it helps.

  2. #56

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    Thanks a lot for help , heres the two to one / fireman carry for the pin from Giorgi GOGSHELIDZE (GEO) vs Nicolai CEBAN (MDA) :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqGyq6l44v4

  3. #57

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    Quote Originally Posted by architeuthis View Post
    The 2 on 1 was pretty much my only offense from my feet since I was a sophmore in Highschool. Folk, Free, Greco, everything I did was off the "Russian Tie".

    The beautiful thing about the 2 on 1 series is that by controlling that one arm, you essentially take that entire side of his body out of the equation. Like most technique, positioning is important, and this is no different. BUT, in my experience, the strength of your hold is equally as important as head positioning.

    This move in bout 153, is the perfect example of both. First, he Stays in superb position with his head, as he changes his levels, he ducks his head into the armpit. This is key for generating leveage, and moving the opponent off balance. While these are key, he would not have been able to do any of that without total control of that arm.
    NO HELL YEAH. I DON'T MIND A LECTURE WHEN IT COMES TO TECHNIQUE I'M A LIFETIME STUDENT. I'M HEAR TO LEARN.

    I don't know if I would use that move often, or even drill it a whole lot, not my style and that move is sort of low percentage (importantly in my experience. your results may vary). but there is a ton of misdirection, fireman's type carry's and dumps from the two on one once you get comfortable with your head position and arm control.

    Sorry if this is too much like a lecture. Hope it helps.
    NO HELL YEAH. I DON'T MIND A LECTURE WHEN IT COMES TO TECHNIQUE I'M A LIFETIME STUDENT. I'M HEAR TO LEARN.

  4. #58

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    Quote Originally Posted by quick_single View Post
    What about Guidea?

    Edit: Forgot hs is from Moldova.
    Yes, he is from Moldova just as N. Paslar and A. Tsopa are, but note: they are ethnic Bulgarians (in Moldova, there is a Bulgarian diaspora of about 100.000 persons).

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    Quote Originally Posted by quick_single View Post
    Anyone know if these are good shoes? They look pretty cool, similar to combat speeds.
    I bought two pair in january, they are very good, light, and comfortable, for about a week. the soles on both pairs began to peel, and after several repairs, they continue to fall apart... maybe they were both manufacturing defects or something, but they wont last you long...

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