I'm on the late shifts this week which means maximum jits. Monday morn I do ohp's and add a few more kgs, then press-ups and air squats. Monday night I do class with prof. Vela: We do two passes, the first you start in uke's closed guard with good posture> take grips on belt with thumbs out> isolate a sleeve with opposite hand and pin > stand on the side of the pinned arm and stretch uke out to take away any base they may use to reguard> strip uke's leg on the same side as the pinned arm and slice outside knee through> place your head on the opposite side near uke's shoulder> underhook uke's top leg and long step your non slicing leg back coming to side control> cross face> knee on belly> mount. The second pass is a stack> start in the same position and get the same grips> sit back into dead lift and drive both elbows between uke's thighs> take a grip of the back of uke's pants and pass your other arm in front of uke's chest to get a grip of the opposite side collar> drive forward and down pressing uke's knee as close to their head as possible> walk around in the opposite direction to your collar grip keeping pressure until you pass. We then sub uke if they single X> drive your free knee across uke's chest as hard as possible dropping your hips down> take kimura of their far side arm and shoulder roll on your opposite shoulder through to that side> switch your hips so you come belly down> put the elbow nearest to uke in their arm pit and drive your shoulder into their chest> paint brush their arm to complete> if uke sits up push your forearm into their face to frame away and hip escape a little> chase bottom shin into the gap made by your escape and suck uke into you throwing your other leg over their shoulder to come to spider web> complete as you see fit. Another option from the kimura finish position is to come perpendicular to uke and drag their far side arm out with your top leg> stretch the arm out as far as you can and release it into your other leg to triangle> keeping kimura grips drive uke's head away and toward your hips> swing your top leg over their head to trap then swing your bottom leg over both their trapped arm and head switching up the triangle position again to get a head and arm triangle crank> you can get a two for one with the kimura as well. One of the big homies also showed me a jacket throw> take a sleeve grip with thumb pointing down driving down and pulling into you past your hip> reach over uke's near shoulder with your other arm and take grip of same arm from behind> take a big step to outside of uke's foot on that side to reap. Wednesday night I do lift tin: 5*5 rows Rack pulls up to 100 Clean and OHP of kettle Then class with prof. Falciroli: We warm up and also do a simple jacket throw: get collar grip and other side tricep grip pulling uke tight> take backsteps and simultaneously drag/ snap uke down> simultaneously yank sleeve then punch out collar to turn uke and drive them to the mat> keep sleeve grip and release collar> you should come to the side of uke with sleeve control> opposite leg drops to knee on belly> non sleeve grip arm sweeps trapped arm to own chest> step other leg over and close to uke's head> switch sleeve grip to uke wrist and complete bar. Armbar: Uke is in your closed guard with grips on your jacket> take one sleeve with same side arm and grip own arm with other hand> strip grip and bring their hand to your shoulder on the other side> goose neck the arm with the opposite hand at the inner elbow> use your free hand to dive into the collar thumb up pushing uke's head away> use collar grip and pull your knees in to break their posture> put the foot on the same side as their hand on the floor and shrimp putting your hips under their elbow> you must be on the flat of your back for this to work> drape the other foot over uke's neck> release the lapel and grab uke's hand> pinch your knees and hip up curling your legs to complete. Sweep: Uke is in your closed guard with grips on your jacket> take one sleeve with same side arm and grip own arm with other hand> strip grip and bring their hand to the outside of your shoulder on the other side> pull your knees in to break their posture> release sleeve on side of that arm's shoulder and reach around the back to the lat/ gi on the opposite side> do a flat hip escape so both of your feet point in the direction of the arm behind the back> simultaneously pendulum and come to mount. Friday morning I go in to test a new way of throwing the whip, power off the rear with no lead leg foot work, then I do prof. Stefanutti's class, we do: You have side control and partner sits up getting under hook> scoop the arm and drop your shoulder into their hip walking around> you can take the collar or the arm or instead of walking around you can step over with your far leg and have your near leg down> turn and switch the leg up to leg down and vice versa> you can work to bar or take collar grip and choke.