Passing the Guard

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Grappling Arts Pub., 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 200 pages
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The first book of its kind on the fastest growing marital art in the world, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. The book is unique in its concentration on an thorough treatment of one of the most important aspects of groundfighting, passing the guard. Visually oriented, the volume is teeming with photos and illustrations. Must be seen to be appreciated. SPO027000

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User Review  - eshannon12 - LibraryThing

This book gives complete detail on how to pass the guard (obviously) and demonstrates some offense from the mount. It does not get into any submissions from the bottom. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Beneville studied jiu-jitsu under Joe Moreira (sixth degree black belt) for the past five plus years.

Liu Jinsheng studied martial arts from his childhood, and spent decades training under some of the greatest teachers of his time. Zhao Jiang was the chief instructor of hand to hand combat in Zhejiang Province. Tim Cartmell runs the Shen Wu Academy of Martial Arts in Southern California.

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