Brazilian Jiu-jitsu: Theory & Technique
Invisible Cities Press, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 255 pages
Two of the most legendary figures in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Renzo and Royler Gracie, have created a book that will define this most in-demand combat style for years to come. 'Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 'uses more than 800 photographs to demonstrate step-by-step all the techniques used in this martial art, and it also explains the theory that lies behind the art’s tremendous success. It offers readers the hard-won knowledge that will allow them to greatly increase their combat effectiveness, regardless of their current style or level of experience.
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This is a very nice book for beginning Jiu Jitsu students since it covers the most important (basic) moves. I have always recommended it to my new students who want a portable Brazilian Jiu Jitsu study guide. Even as an instructor, I will sometimes go back to it when planning lessons to ensure I haven't forgot to include a basic move.
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Very nice book- the pictures are useful, going step-by-step, with handy little notes and categorized by what belt level should be trying them. One downside though- since grappling is a very close ... Read full review