Leandro Lo filming instructional?

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  1. MrBen

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    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=333810143478795

    Leandro Lo showing his defense for the Inverted De La Worm Guard.

    That looks like where they filmed takedown blueprint, Rodolfo Vieira guard passing,miyao bros dvd etc.

    Anyone know are they filming a Leandro Lo instructional? Or was that a one off clip.
     
  2. MrBen

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    I noticed leandro-lo-bjj.com
     
  4. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    the techniques are cool, but the translation is very early 2000-ish. honestly, with the quality of online instruction that is being offered now, this sort of stuff just doesn't cut it anymore.

    i'll watch anything with leandro lo, though. the man is a beast.
     
  5. yetanother

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    Isn't that the same producer who did the miyao dvd?
    The Miyao one turned out much worse then expected.
     
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    agreed

    and what's with always dubbing them? I'd prefer subtitles over a voiceover with a guy who can barely speak English
     
  7. MrBen

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    I was disappointed with the Rodolfo one also. Its not bad, but not great either imo. Maybe i had my expectations too high.

    The takedown blueprint i enjoyed more than Rodolfos. I havent seen any other dvds of theirs to comment on them.

    I get the feeling that the sets quality will be down to the teaching ability of the individual of the dvd. I would be curious how much planning goes into these dvds.
     

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