GM's pilates log

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Re: GM's judo log

Post by Gin Master » Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:53 pm

2014-02-17 MON

1. BS 5x5
185, 205, 225, 185, 185

2. KBs
2x24kg
5' static holds (10s in rack, 10s in lockout, 10s hang: 10 rounds overall)

3. one arm DB bench press
73# x 5 x 3(ea)

4. 5' of jump rope and KB snatch @ 24kg.

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Re: GM's judo log

Post by Gin Master » Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:57 pm

2014-02-17 MON pm

Judo

1. Taught grip sequence to a) uki otoshi, and b) tai otoshi
2. ne waza 3' x 6 rounds
3. tachi waza 3' x 4 rounds

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Re: GM's judo log

Post by Gin Master » Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:59 pm

2014-02-18 TUE am

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1. drilled two entries to omo plata. Finish a) where uke rolls, and b) preventing uke's roll.
2. 1 x 5' round

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Re: GM's judo log

Post by Gin Master » Wed Feb 19, 2014 11:01 pm

2014-02-18 TUE pm

Judo

Triangle choke, finishing
a) traditional finish
b) uke posture broken over
c) roll to mounted triangle

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Post by Gin Master » Wed Feb 19, 2014 11:02 pm

2014-02-19 WED

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Roll. ~8' x 5 rounds.
Drilled some half guard shit.
One more 6' round.

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Post by Gin Master » Thu Feb 20, 2014 4:20 pm

2014-02-20 WED pm

Judo/no gi

Taught and drilled half guard positions (inside lock, outside lock, no lock, and Z). Worked on a) setting underhook and taking the back, and b) basic sweep.

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2 x 24kg LC: 4 x 2' @ 6rpm

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Post by Gin Master » Thu Feb 20, 2014 4:23 pm

2014-02-20 THU am

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1. Triangle
2. Omoplata to triangle
3. Omoplata to gogoplata

Roll 2 x 5'

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Re: GM's pilates log

Post by Holland Oates » Thu Feb 20, 2014 7:41 pm

Do you use the triangle much? I just can't seem to get my tree trunk legs to cooperate.

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Post by Gin Master » Fri Feb 21, 2014 8:51 pm

Ed Zachary wrote:Do you use the triangle much? I just can't seem to get my tree trunk legs to cooperate.
It's tough for us. If you have shortish, legs and you're fighting a guy built like you, you won't finish him unless your angle is exactly right (which is a good reason to keep practicing). It's also useful to keep the opponent's posture broken while you're setting up an attack on the neck or other arm.

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Post by Gin Master » Fri Feb 21, 2014 8:58 pm

2014-02-21 FRI

1. KBs
2 x 24kg: 7' LC 2 rpm
Holding KBs in the rack is the most difficult part for me, so this sucked. I'd rack 15s, lock out 15s, and repeat. After about 4', I had to go 10/10/10 hang.

2. DL
100kg x 5
140x3
160x3
180x3
I haven't DLd enough in the past two years to be pissed off about how heavy this felt.

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roll 2 x 16' rounds (fresh partner at 8'). Rest 8'.

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Re: GM's pilates log

Post by Holland Oates » Fri Feb 21, 2014 10:24 pm

Gin Master wrote:
It's tough for us. If you have shortish, legs and you're fighting a guy built like you, you won't finish him unless your angle is exactly right (which is a good reason to keep practicing). It's also useful to keep the opponent's posture broken while you're setting up an attack on the neck or other arm.
Roger that. Royce showed a nice triangle set up that really set the angle right.

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