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    Grappling dumimy.for rubber guarg?

    Is it feasable to drill rubber guard techniques on one of those manequins?
    Hard to find many partners in my non 10p school who are willing to let me rep it on them!

    Choice

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    I would just stuff a hoodie with a pillow and a blanket or something. Save some money.

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    thats what sparing is for!

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    I have one of those dummies from Gracie Academy. It's great for mount and side mount attacks, armbars, even some leg lock flows. Any guard work though is playing with a dead fish. I don't find it feasible for that purpose.
    Rigan Machado: In Brazil, we have three masters; Helio Gracie, Carlos Gracie, and Renato Laranja.
    Renato Laranja: You know if I had a nickel for every time I heard that...gonna be a hich man.

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    Yea, I agree with Arman. I have a bubba Gracie dummy as well great for leg entanglements, side control and mount. But with him on top for guard kinda pointless. His arms just don't bend the way you need em' to.

    I was looking into getting one of those dummies that you stuff yourself maybe then you could make the limbs work the way you want.

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    I brought one of those dudes of amazon- tbh love it - it was 125 but can posture up and turtle I use it all the time

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    If your Lotus position and flexibility is not where you want it I would probably work on that first.

    If it is, respect. Mine is great but still not where I want it.

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    I have one of those ProBoxing dummies. It’s great for RG reps, going through the different paths, though its shoulders are really wide. But, nothing beats a live partner to give resistance.

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