Friday, December 2, 2011


After my daughter's class, I stuck around for the beginner's class and paired up with a first-timer.

We worked big punch defense (with the hip throw) and headlock and hit defense.

Since kesa gatame happens often off of headlocks, we drilled the escape to open mount.  When the opponent stays on top (in kesa), bottom has to run his legs back, hook top's, and come to his own knees.  This usually opens the back.


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