Shootouts with handguns generally follow the “Rules Of Threes”. They take place at three yards (or less), are over in about three seconds (or less), and you will fire about three rounds. – Lovette and Spaulding
Fri: Dreamed about guns all night.
Today my right foot does not hurt. This is momentous. I woke up one day in April with random and severe plantar's fasciitis, and every single day since then, putting my right foot on the ground has felt like stepping on razor blades. Today- just as randomly- it is gone. For good????? Please?????
Saturday all-levels at Seattle. It was very nice to see (and hug) Rodrigo and Lindsey (black belt Lindsey, not blue belt Lindsay).
Standup: Touch foe's right wrist with your left- don't grab, just cup. Step in with left foot and seize bicep with right hand as you bring right foot INSIDE and wrap it around opponent's right shin. Sink your level. Your belly should be right against opponent. At the last second, turn so that you are starting to go around the corner as you take down. This is gnarly- you could easily pop someone's knee. Angus has really good balance/grounding, but I wonder how this would work against someone my size.
Top side control: As opponent turns into you and puts arm up, overwrap it with the arm closest to opponent's feet. Go all the way around till hand is on opponent's back. Pop up the knee closest to opponent's head. Spin around to back and replace side control. This was a complex arm-braiding exercise, but once I got it, it was nice and smooth.
Then, just to throw us into total confusion, a slightly different version wherein you UNDER wrap the use your other hand to press the head to the mat.