Angles, Weight and Zebra's ...

Here's a small clip taken by George Adams during a seminar I conducted last weekend at Steve Perceval's place in Sydney. George's handy Flip Camcorder strikes again. In the clip I illustrate several points concerning angles and use of weight - some of the topics I have covered in recent posts. I also talk briefly about the importance of keeping the opponents hand separated from the rest of his body when trying to apply the "kimura'. I hope you like it.
Best wishes all,
JBW

Comments

Come again ? said…
Very useful indeed. Thanks!

sometimes the solution to certain bjj technique is so simple that i wonder why i haven't thought about it before.

Perhaps when i mature more in bjj i would :P
Come again ? said…
its really useful indeed. thanks!!
SenseiMattKlein said…
Like the analogy of the bulldozer as I grew up on heavy construction sites. Never thought about it but, yes, the angle is key.
Anonymous said…
Wow. The idea of the bulldozer really drove this point home to me. Thanks for this, John. btw, I received my copy of book 3, and I'm enjoying it very much.

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