I arrived to a warm baked mat and a good handful of guys having already finished the drilling. I did some solo warm ups then starting sparring. Most of today I managed to work on stand up. Basically I was always looking for drop seio-nage, hikkoki-nage, sumi-nage and double-leg tackle. On the ground I mostly shifted into deep half guard, sweep then work on stacking the legs to pass. I actually got F-sensei in a triangle and made him tap. For sure, he was working himself into bad positions and letting me transition but as soon as my legs moved from omoplata to triangle he worked hard to get out. That was a nice feeling to know that my triangle is tight enough that even a black belt will tap when caught in it. He crushed me after that though lol. I'm really trying to focus on shrimping, using the mechanics of my bones instead of muscles to escape or take the opponent's weight off me. I got some success from that. I have developed a bad habit again by turtling too easily. I must not stay there for too long.
I have to say that it is the best feeling training when you didn't expect to be going. Rushing off to class left me with no time to let the little voice in my head tell me I was too tired or lazy to go.