In the jiu jitsu community no two words can strike fear into a room quite like "knee reaping". The simple placement of one leg in a position of leg.
Leg/knee reaping when doing a foot lock is a very controversial topic in BJJ today . Some say that the act of reaping the leg is dangerous and.
Contrary to its name, reaping the knee when it is used generally doesn't actually put much pressure on the knee. Also, when it does the victim.
Basically, leg reaping is something I hear about all the time on the forum but Here's Marcelo doing his 1 leg x guard, which is not a knee reap.
I have heard different answers to this, but why exactly is reaping the knee illegal in competition?.
So we've all probably heard the story that knee reaping was banned a long time ago to prevent guys from catch and sambo from entering and.
Hands up if you know of any other grappling based sport that understands and treats the position 'reaping the knee' the same way as BJJ.
Does your gym allow Knee Reaping? I know that most gyms don't, primarily because they follow the IBJJF rules (most important and.
Knee reaping is a very controversial topic in the jiu jitsu community and is illegal in many BJJ tournaments, such as IBJJF. What is knee reaping? Knee reaping.