Best Gi and No-Gi instructional

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by TexDeuce, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. TexDeuce

    TexDeuce Blue Belt

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    Yes I know these threads are done all the time but I did a search and wasn't happy with the small amount of answers given. I want to get a good Gi, and a good No-Gi instructional. Let me know, what would you recommend? I have heard the Saulo Ribiero No-Gi is a good one. I know Jacare is coming out with a Gi instructional which should be pretty badass. What others would yall suggest?
     
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    b0b Banned Banned

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    What part of Dallas are you in? Where do you train?
     
  3. Ken'Oh

    Ken'Oh Brown Belt

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    Saulo Ribeiro is the man in Gi and No Gi instructional, Stephan Kesting products is also very good too
     
  4. phenomfan1529

    phenomfan1529 Brown Belt

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    i've also heard the ribeiro instructionals were great. plan on getting them myself
     
  5. Soulfly

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    Mario Sperry and No Gi.
     
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    vAmPiRe[BOy] Blue Belt

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    Shaolin's videos are awesome, gi and no-gi. Other gi ones i recommend are Fabio Gurgel's and the Machado ones. No gi ones, perhaps de la riva and marcelo garcia. Cesar gracie's are good also.
     
  7. TexDeuce

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    Actually Fort Worth. I train with Travis Lutter when I am back home, but I am going to school in Norman right now so I train with Scott Hewitt, a brown belt under Renato Tavares. Whenever I go home I go back to Lutter's though.
     
  8. Smash your face in

    Smash your face in Banned Banned

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    Ive got nearly all of them and for GI tapes I like Pedro Sauer. They dont just show techniques in isolation but in flows of one move into another.
     

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