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Makena White

  1. Training Log: July 17th, 2006

    by , 07-17-2006 at 12:00 AM
    2006-07-17PM; started out warming up on a whitebelt, just playing guard and sweeping him all over the room. I hit several flower sweeps straight into mount, played some open guard, just trying to use a match against an inferior opponent for a low-pressure environment to use my weakest skills (guard).

    After I tapped him about five times, I immediately started playing with 'Imi. He pulled guard and I passed...he turtled down to prevent the pass and replaced guard...I passed again...he ...
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  2. Training Log: July 16th, 2006

    by , 07-16-2006 at 12:00 AM
    2006-06-16PM; 4 mile walk.

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  3. Training Log: July 15th, 2006

    by , 07-15-2006 at 12:00 AM
    2006-06-15AM; intervals of :45 seconds between each rung and 2:00 between each ladder.

    1. 2KB Clean & Press 3 x 1, 2, 3 @ 2 x 32 kgs.
    2. KB Swing x 5:00 = 89 @ 32 kgs.

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  4. Training Log: July 13th, 2006

    by , 07-13-2006 at 12:00 AM
    2006-07-13PM; wrestling class...worked exclusively on double legs and various setups for doubles off different ties. I was working with a big homeboy named Chino, just transfered here from Tejas with the suck. He was training with Phil Cardella's crew there. We worked on basic form, penetration steps up and down the mat, then drilled it over and over with our partner. Next we polished our sprawls, and then we put the two together: one guy shoots and the other sprawls out on every second shot, so ...
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  5. Training Log: July 12th, 2006

    by , 07-12-2006 at 12:00 AM
    2006-06-12PM; started out sparring with some whitebelts to warmup, but class began soon so I just used it as a warmup. Relson took us through breaking the closed guard and passing with grips on the insides of the knees when the guy tries to transition from closed to open guards. From this fundamental pass, he built on it with various submission opportunities that present themselves from the side control. We worked on the paper cutter, figure four neck crank, a version of the hell choke (sengoku-shime), ...
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