MMA Best BJJ Instructionals

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  1. Rommel

    Rommel friends forever

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    I've heard the Saulo Riberio ones are good.

    I'm really just looking for fundamentals because I am in the process of looking over my game and trying to tighten things up. So no fancy x-guard, half-guard dvd's are in the frame right now.

    Any recommendations?
     
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    I really like Saulo's and Demian Maia's a lot. Renato Tavares has a good one but the overdub instead of his actual voice is kind of distracting. They're all pretty basic and very well done. They're great teachers and explain things very well.
     
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    Saulo's is pretty good if you want the fundamentals. I believe I read somewhere he's one of the most technical instructors out there.

    any of the Machados or Gracie stuff (Renzo has some old basic stuff if you're into that).

    and of course

    Serra.Brazilian.Jiu.Jitsu.Basics
     
  4. chechen

    chechen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu OT Supporter

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    the old ghetto baret yoshida ones are where i got the most guard techniques from.

    saulo's stuff...... ehh. i picked up two total techniques from like five tapes :rofl:
     
  5. Rommel

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    Well i'm not buying it anyway

    I just want to go on a download frenzy.

    I remember Yoshida's vids from years ago (when the cage didn't exist). Does he speak english as a second language or something? Everytime i hear Penn and Yoshida it sounds like English is their second language.
     
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    chechen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu OT Supporter

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    baret yoshida has some weird ticks.. he keeps like coughing and blinking :rofl:

    he's hawaiian.. im not sure he speaks any other language
     
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    marcelo garcias by far
     

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