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    settings/edit profile Jimmy Boogaloo's Avatar
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    Default anyone know anything about the kimura trap system?

    What's all this? Don't like wrestlers? use the Kimura trap or whatever.

    What's involved? How does it work? I imagine it involves lots of sweeps.

    Have you watched the DVDs?
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    It's Lloyd Irvin inspired marketing hype. I've heard it's a decent instructional but nothing new.
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    Do you know what they focus on? Is it something worth focussing on?

    Sorry, more interested in your opinion than google's.
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    David Avellan's a very good grappler, but as Rob says it's a lot of stuff that already exists and is fairly commonplace collated into a 'system' and marketed in a way that it appears fresh.



    No doubt some good stuff in there, but as with anything of this ilk the marketing tag lines don't exactly tell the full story.

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    I used to do a lot of this stuff, but have found against the good strong guys its hard to pull off in comps, feel you need alot of strength to finish the kimuras, and have decided that the chokes are the way forward, just my two cents, i used to love kimuras my dogs name is kimura haha

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    Marcelo says the same thing... he doesn't use the kimura because it's too hard to finish on strong guys.

    As for the instructional, the guy is a good grappler, I'm sure it's decent but probably overpriced (I have no idea how much it costs, I just know the Lloyd Irvin sales style).
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    it just makes sound financial AND time based sense.

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    Are you kidding rob? its 100 to skip 5 years of on the mat time AND be able to beat any pesky wrestler, plus it works for anyone, any size, any where, anytime... I genuinely might buy it if i have any spare cash.

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    After reading a load of really horrible shit recently, jay and rob's posts make all the more sense.
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    team lloyd irvin = team rapist
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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