Hello all, thanks for taking the time to read my thread. I want to begin studying BJJ but due to my job and Muay Thai training I don't really have the time to go to another gym. I have a friend who also wants to learn and we've decided to train together and teach ourselves, or rather, use books, videos and articles to teach us. So my question is, could you fine and knowledgable gentlemen at Sherdog guide me a little, using your experience, and advise on the things you may think would be useful? By this I mean, what books or videos would you recommend? Should we practice positional control first and then submissions or mix it all up? I know nothing about BJJ (well, the extent of my knowledge comes from Joe Rogan's commentary in the UFC) but I'm supposing there is some kind of standard when it comes the progression of one's skills. With what does one normally begin? Basically guys, I know nothing, you know lots. I'd be eternally grateful for any useful advice you could share with me. Thank you.