“To die will be an awfully big adventure.” J.M. Barrie
Friday evening BJJ in Bellevue.
Spider guard pass. Apply pressure. When opponent pushes back with hir legs, shrug/jerk hir feet off your biceps and yank them to the side. End in a slight crouch with hir near shin propped on top of your thigh.
Inside DLR pass. Grips: pants at knee on opponent’s leg side, low lapel (near waist) on other side. Press in against hir thigh. When s/he pushes back, Quickly skip your outside foot close in for balance and mule-kick the trapped leg out. Then go to the side and assume KOB. Do not let go of grips.
Sprawl on turtled opponent, crossarm beside neck, spin to the side, outside knee planted, take the back.
Many speedy drill reps. I worked with a white belt woman who hung in there surprisingly well for a white belt. She was almost dead at the end.
Long, fun roll with Chrisanne. We each got one good tap. Mine was a weird mutated gi choke that I wasn’t sure would work. I think hers was a keylock.