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  • Author:
    Kid Peligro,Rodrigo Medeiros
  • ISBN:
    1931229414
  • ISBN13:
    978-1931229418
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  • Publisher:
    Invisible Cities Press LLC (September 28, 2005)
  • Pages:
    231 pages
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    Individual Sports
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Rodrigo Medeiros is a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and winner of the first place prize at the 2001 Brazilian .

Rodrigo Medeiros is a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and winner of the first place prize at the 2001 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Championships. He lives in Los Angeles. Series: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Master Techniques series. If you like fighting from the guard, you will benefit from reading this book.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Master Techniques: The Essential Guard (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Master Techniques series). Good book for jiu jitsu practitioners at any level although some things felt a little advanced for me. I'm sure ill understand more as my training progresses.

Kid Peligro is a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and the winner of two World . Can you do a half-guard sweep? If the answer to any of these questions is NO, then you need to study this book

Kid Peligro is a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and the winner of two World Masters titles. He is a columnist for Grappling and Gracie and the coauthor of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Self-Defense Techniques, Submission Grappling Techniques, and Superfit. He lives in San Diego, California. Series: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu series. Can you do a half-guard sweep? If the answer to any of these questions is NO, then you need to study this book. This book contains 304 pages.

by Rodrigo Medeiros and Kid Peligro. The nuances of the guard, the most important position in jiu-jitsu, are covered in this instructional guide that teaches practitioners how to put up an impenetrable defense to any opponent

by Rodrigo Medeiros and Kid Peligro. The nuances of the guard, the most important position in jiu-jitsu, are covered in this instructional guide that teaches practitioners how to put up an impenetrable defense to any opponent.

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The nuances of the guard, the most important position in jiu-jitsu, are covered in this instructional guide that teaches practitioners how to put up an impenetrable defense to any opponent. Showing how a myriad of techniques originate in the guard, including sweeps, reversals, and submissions, these drills demonstrate how small changes in hip position and weight distribution can make the difference between success and failure in submission combat. Extraordinarily detailed with tips from leading black belts and down-to-earth advice on what to think about during a match, this guide is instructive reading for even advanced belts seeking to refine their game.

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I've been training BJJ for about a year now, and I'm on the small side (130 lbs) so I find myself on my back a lot, and I quickly learned the importance of an effective guard. For me this book has probably done more to improve my training than anything else (except actual sparring). I usually fight guys much bigger than me (between 180-220 lb) and until I learned how to use the guard effectively I was basically a grappling dummy for my opponents. But now I'm constantly surprising my training partners and myself with how effective and varied these techniques from guard are, and I credit this book with much of my improvement. The guard is great because you can attack with all four limbs while your opponent can only use their arms.
Kid Peligro is an excellent teacher and offers many of the subtle details that make the difference between submitting and being submitted. For example, the section on breaking the posture and the 4 pages on the basic cross collar choked improved my game more than anything. Everyone knows this choke, but the minor details make it really dangerous, especially when you don't have a lot of muscle to force the choke. Before, most guys I sparred with weren't too worried about my choke, I was convinced I wasn't strong enough, but since reading this book I've put several guys to sleep because they wouldn't even considering tapping and now they try hard not to even let me get a grip on their collar. This opens up many more opportunities to attack with sweeps, arm bars, and omoplatas. What makes this book so good is the authors' understanding of students and the basic mistakes they make, as well as the very clear explanations and photos. The moves are integrated into a complete system that will put you years ahead than if you tried to figure this out on your own. That being said, there is plenty here for higher belts as well. I think the Essential Guard is essential reading for anyone taking BJJ seriously and interested in dramatically improving their Guard game. It should be know that there isn't a lot on the half- guard, it's mostly breaking the the posture, replacing the guard, opend and closed guard, butterfly, spider, and attack combinations. If you want a good half-guard game, I recommend Eddie Bravo's Mastering the Rubber Guard. These two books compliment each other well.
Tall
Outstanding book and very helpful. I was specifically interested in the section on how to chain submission attempts together. I was eapeciay happy with the overwhelming amount of important details that would never have thought to ask my instructor.
Bliss
I have been lucky enough to meet Rodrigo and I can highly recommend this book. Great to have
Nikok
Book already arrive... Looks great.
Nkeiy
I found this book very useful and well laid out. I use this book whenever i get busy at work and can't attend bjj class as often as i would like. Very easy to understand with good pictures. My only negative comment is i wish the butterfly guard section was thicker.
Stylish Monkey
Nicely done overview of the Guard. I highly recommend this book for everyone!
Kanrad
This is the most detailed and complete book on THE GUARD that I have read. I have trained in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for almost 10 years and this is probably my favorite book on Jiu-Jitsu. If you like fighting from the guard, you will benefit from reading this book.
I consider this book to be one of the 3 BJJ books that everyone getting into the sport or wishing to improve their game (the other two are "Passing the Guard" by Ed Beneville and "Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: Theory & Technique" by Renzo Gracie) should consider getting. While a book is no substitute for time spent on the mat or with a good instructor these books have helped me develop a game plan and allowed me to see what I should have/could have done after sparring.

This book has three main strengths. First, the layout and organisation are excellent. The book is broken down into the following sections:

1-Introduction

2-Essential guard techniques

3-Closed guard techniques

4-Open Guard techniques

Each section is broken down into further sub-sections including drills, breaking the posture, attacks, combinations etc. The page headings are also colour coded to help you flick through the book faster.

The second great thing about this book is the photos. Peligro has a different approach to illustrating his books than Ed Beneville and limits himself to three or four pictures per page (Beneville's book is very well illustrated, he just has a very different style of layout). The pictures are very large and clear and illustrate the key points of each technique very well. These pics are accompanied by a solid text and at no time did I find myself struggling to understand how a technique was meant to be performed due to unclear instructions.

The third strength of this book is the fact that it contains a wealth of valuable information. The authors take the time to explain what you should be doing, why you should be doing it and what it should lead into. The Combinations section has was very helpful for me (and would be for any other beginner) as it introduced a lot of logical progressions involving basic techniques that had not occured to me after one year of training.

While a more experienced BJJ practitioner may have a different opinion, I consider this book an essential resource.