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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by mmafan65, Jan 2, 2006.

  1. mmafan65

    mmafan65 White Belt

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    what instuctional would you guys recommend, Caesar Gracie instructional for vale tudo and Sport Jiu-Jitsu. or Renzo Gracie\ Mark kukak jiu jitsu instructionals. THanks in advance.
     
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    rampage22 Blue Belt

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    go with seth allisons living room jiu jitsu! tis the best i must say.
     
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    johil d'o Thought Warrior

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    what do you want to accomplish?
     
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    clarkgriswold White Belt

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    I've never seen the Renzo/Kukuk instructionals, but I've read both good and bad about them. I have Cesar Gracie's and like them alot, and I've read predominantly positive feedback from others about them.
     
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    I have the Ceasar Gracie set and I love it. I don't own the Renzo/Kukuk set but I was thinking about getting it. I asked around about it and got mixed reviews. For the most part people said it was good but it is outdated as hell. I guess at the time when it came out it was great but there are far better ones out now. My next one will be the Saulo set. I've heard nothing but great reviews about it.
     
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    HEN White Belt

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    While on the subject of instructionals can any one reccomend any good ones for using the butterfly guard its something id like to learn to use. I didnt really realise how effective it was until i had it used against by a guy i done some training with whos seems to be a master of it!
     
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    Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Cheers mate looks like exactly what im looking for!
     

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