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    Quote Originally Posted by Levo View Post
    Demian Maia (Science of Jiu Jitsu), Roy Harris (BJJ 101) and Stephan Kesting (Roadmap for BJJ) are all good.

    Nathan
    Nice one..

    Im 'in the process' of getting these nathan..appreciate the pointers..

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Natural View Post
    I have a brazilian bjj friend..he has told me all of the stories dude and by all accounts it sounds crazy..but by all accounts he said that in 'general' the brazilian ladies are crazy jealous also..a case of party hard and train harder..

    Whats the chances of learning all on Jens tapes?..lol..i'll get them and see how i get on..thanx..
    yeh, from what i've seen crazy jealousy is a popular trait amongst the women here.

    jen has a fucking lot of tapes lol. also as usual i agree with levo's selections too.
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishface View Post
    Stephan Kesting does an online e letter going over the finer points and basics of BJJ for the beginner, the name escapes me right now but they are very helpful for the beginner.

    F
    I also highly recommend Stephan's writing on BJJ. His regular Grapple Arts Newsletter is at http://www.grapplearts.com/weblog.htm and you can sign up to his email lessons that go with the Roadmap for BJJ package here http://www.beginningbjj.com

    Also, check out Roy Harris' article series called "Analysis of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu".

    Nathan
    Head Coach at Leicester Shootfighters
    Sponsored by Caged Steel and Empire Fight Shop

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    Hi,

    Also well worth checking out are:

    Roy Dean BJJ Blue Belt Requirements
    Roy Harris BJJ 201 - lots of stuff about eliminating minor errors in your game.

    Jon
    Specialist treatment of sporting injuries
    http://www.notts-tuina.co.uk

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