Reviews

Fundamentals Of Powerlifting Louie Simmons Instructional Review

Do you want to get strong? How strong? If being stronger than an Ox, and denser than a brick house is your goal, then powerlifting is what you need to be looking towards. If you also happen to be one of those grapplers that don’t mind fighting in the highest weight divisions, then powerlifting is …

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Jason Hunt: Passing The Butterfly Guard DVD Review

Stuck in the butterfly guard of leg lockers and sweep aficionados? It can be a really difficult guard to deal with, and even more difficult one to pass. Unless you have the help of one of the best black belt instructors out there. Jason Hunt is the man that has created some of the biggest …

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Neil Melanson: Shoulder Pin Guard System REVIEW

Do you want to build a style of grappling that’s completely unorthodox and very painfully effective? Then, you need a Neil Melanson BJJ DVD Instructional. Better yet, you could go for the entire collection, which has more DVD sets than any other grappling coach out there. Similarly to Neil himself, his stuff is different, to …

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Bernardo Faria DVD Review: The Single Strap Back Take Encyclopedia

Mr. Bernardo Faria is the face of digital BJJ, no dispute about it. He is also one of the people that have released more BJJ DVD instructionals than anyone else out there. While all BJJ instructionals are more than welcome, having so much material from a 5 x BJJ World Champion is beyond priceless. Especially …

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Butterfly Guard: Timeless Sweeps And Submissions Rafael Lovato DVD Review

It is always fun when big BJJ names provide us with a different version of classic positions. The fact alone that they’re dabbling with it is more than enough to guarantee it is something worth exploring Moreover, you can get they’ve spent countless hours working on it before attempting it at the highest levels of …

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High-Level Triangle and Leg Lock Combos Craig Jones DVD Review

Craig is back, everyone. Back with a brand new Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructional, that is. The Aussie we all love to watch really did have a crazy run out submitting people left and right in the past few months, mostly under the Submission Underground banner. We all know the submissions Craig Jones loves to use. He …

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Tom DeBlass Instructional DVD Review: Framing Domination And Guard Recovery

TOm DeBlass is back in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis with a brand new DVD to take our mind off of things and provide us with something to do. After his generous gift of allowing us to get one of his instructionals completely free 9durign a 24 hour period), he now treats us with …

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Best No-Gi Gear For Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu requires specific training gear. When it comes to Gi training, it as easy as getting a few Gis and all the supportive training gear you might need. When it comes to training NO-Gi, things are a bit different though. No-Gi gear is different, and much more diverse than Gi training gear. At …

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Erik Paulson DVD Review – Killer Catch Wrestling Combos

If you know your BJJ history (and I mean really know it) you’ll be aware that catch-wrestling had a huge role to play in the birth and development of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Oh, you didn’t know that? Let me elaborate a little. Did you really think Mitsuo Maeda thought Carlos Gracie pure Judo and Carlos came …

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Henry Akins DVD Review: Ultimate Armlock Escapes

How many grapplers do you know that are not form the original BJJ days and have a knack for the old-school Jiu-Jitsu? Moreover, how many do you know that are able to perfectly “marry” old school BJJ with modern Jiu-Jitsu principles? I personally don’t know of that many. One in particular jumps to mind in …

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