Friday, October 21, 2011

Homework - The Perfect Tournament Round

This is the second homework assignment in the series, if you haven't done the first one then you should go here and do that one first. Then come back here and do this one. The other assignments can be done in any order, but generally having done the first one will help you with the rest.

You should be drawing from techniques which appear in the gameplan you wrote down from the first assignment in order to put this one together.  The idea is to create your ideal progression so that you can drill that sequence constantly at varying levels of resistance until it's second nature. That way you won't have to think about it when the time comes. Your body will do it for you, leaving your mind free to deal with your opponents responses. Of course, the more you drill it and the more resistance your partners eventually give the more you will have automatic counters to your opponents counters. 
So now the assignemtn is to create a gameplan that consists of the perfect tournament round.  Something like this:
1. Achieve collar and sleeve grip
2. Tomoe Nage (Sacrifice throw)
3. Setup baseball bat choke
4. Finish
1. Achieve collar and sleeve grip
2. Pull guard
3. Setup scissor sweep
4. Sweep to mount
5. Setup baseball bat choke
6. Finish
Once you have those, you should spend at least 10 minutes of each class drilling one of those sequences starting at low intensity and working up to high intensity.

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