The Lazy Man's Guide to Grappling - (Brazilian jiu-jitsu, BJJ, Wrestling, etc.)

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The Lazy Man's Guide to Grappling is a hilarious look at what some grapplers do to cope in the hard charging grappling environment.

It exposes the truth about grappling that is never discussed but everyone thinks about. We are all guilty of some of the Lazy Man's practices to varying degrees.

This book exposes:

-The Lazy Man's Takedowns
-The Truth about Warmups
-Magic Funk Taps

and much more More

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About Bakari Akil II, Ph.D.

When he isn't writing Bakari Akil serves as a Professor of Communication at Florida State College. He also writes for Psychology Today when he is not teaching, researching or coming up with 'off the wall' academic projects.

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Review by: Pete Bromley on Nov. 06, 2012 :
Great book about how to get the most out of grappling training without killing yourself to improve.I am a judo brownbelt and a former high school wrestler who loves to do judo but hates long warm ups and excessive drilling,but loves to throw and do tachi waza randori.I use alot of the strategies shared by the author to conserve my strength,and even use them when I compete,and am a current Nc.State heavyweight judo masters champ who is as lazy as they come!So for those of you who enjoy winning but don't want to live like a spartan warrior to excel at your art,check oput the sensible and effective strategies employed here to be successful without burning out!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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