The Grappler's Handbook Volume 1
Gi and No-Gi Techniques
Master grappling techniques with world champ Jean Jacques Machado.
Whether you are looking to immerse yourself in the strategy of Brazilian jiu-jitsu or to experience the adrenaline rush of submission grappling or mixed martial arts, The Grappler’s Handbook: Gi and No-Gi Techniques gives you an integrated approach to win on the mat.
World-renowned teacher Jean Jacques Machado highlights the secrets behind gi and no-gi techniques for martial artists of all levels to successfully transition between styles.
Jean Jacques Machado’s instruction makes it effortless and rewarding as he takes you through gi and no-gi takedowns, passes, counters and submissions. His expert advice is further enhanced with detailed photo demonstrations and easy-to-understand captions.
In The Grappler’s Handbook, Jean Jacques Machado teaches you how to:
- transition effectively between gi and no-gi styles
- take advantage of each submission-fighting art’s strengths
- exploit an opponent’s vulnerabilities no matter the grappling arena
- secure dominant positions and execute match-ending attacks from almost any angle
Whether you are a student of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, submission grappling or mixed martial arts, The Grappler’s Handbook: Gi and No-Gi Techniques will present you with the foundation to becoming a champion.
- Cruz Bay Publishing, June 2009
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