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
"20 Ways to Improve your Grappling Skills off the Mat" will share with you how you can increase your grappling abilities when you can’t make it to class.
It discusses mindsets and approaches and it is designed to help you become a better grappler when no one is looking.
As a grappler (Judo, No Gi and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu), I have spent over a decade learning, observing and participating in submission wrestling. "Grappling Games" contain the games that I’ve been a part of where learning was fun and felt like play.
I hope you have as much fun with these grappling games as I do.
"Tapmonster" was written for that grappler who is looking for an extra edge and alternative approaches to grappling.
In my decade of grappling, I have used many ideas to increase my skills. And since my inspiration has come from many sources, I did not hesitate to include ideas from academic research, other sports and from the ordinary man on the street in this book.
"Grappling for Newbies" tells you what you absolutely need to know before you search and sign up at a grappling school and what you need to know afterwards.--
"Grappling for Newbies" also includes the innovative BJJ comic strip "Mouthguard!
Borrowing the Master's Bicycle is a collection of essays, written by Gracie jiu-jitsu black belt Mark Johnson, that delves into some of the philosophical aspects of the art of jiu-jitsu.
Foreword by Kid Peligro