The Grappler's Handbook - Jean Jacques Machado & Jay Zeballos

The Grappler's Handbook

By Jean Jacques Machado & Jay Zeballos

  • Release Date: 2009-06-01
  • Genre: Sports & Outdoors
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 7 Ratings)

Description

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.

Reviews

  • Amazing book

    5
    By Joey Hustle
    You will never go wrong with a Jean Jacques Machado book. This one was very simple and easy to follow. Step by step with great pictures to show details in the techniques. Highly recommend it for all Gi & nogi grapplers.

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