Supplemental Instructionals

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  1. ThaiClinch13

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    Hi everyone I just started BJJ at Griffonrawl under Jeff Starr, a brown belt under Relson Gracie. I was just wondering if you guys had any recomendations for good instructional dvds that could help me progress. Some one at the gym suggested Eddie Bravo: Mastering the Rubber Guard, but in the interm what do you guys think. I can only attend class twice a week because of work, but would like to train later in the night. I was even thinking about Cholitzu or whatever from Desouza since I know he is a reputable grappler. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
     
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    Saulo. Saulo. Saulo.
     
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    Whats your focus? Gi, Nogi, MMA, Self Defense?

    Do you have any previous training? wrestling, judo ect?


    The Saulo sets are great, but far too detailed an in-depth for a brand new beginner.
     
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    Whats your focus? Gi, Nogi, MMA, Self Defense?

    Do you have any previous training? wrestling, judo ect?


    The Saulo sets are great, but far too detailed an in-depth for a brand new beginner.
     
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    I'm pretty new, and want am doing gi and nogi, however; I would prefer to work on nogi.
     
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    SBGI JKD Series 2 and Saulo
     
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    What is SBGI JKD Series 2?
     
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    I found Mario Sperry Secrets of Submission Grappling Instructional DVDs 70ish is that a good deal?
     
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    If your a beginner and your main focus is no-gi, you should check out secrets of chute boxe.

    It has 2 dvd's on striking that are awesome but not terribly of use to you, but the final 3 DVD's are GREAT!!!

    But for a Gi based DVD series, I've always been a sucker for the classic Renzo Gracie Series.

    It's what got me interested in grappling, plus Renzo is an amazing teacher.
     

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