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In Jiu-Jitsu University, Ribeiro shares with the public for the first time his revolutionary system of grappling, mapping out more than techniques that carry you from white to black belt. Illuminating common Masters in the skills of boxing, jiu-jitsu, karate, tae kwon do and more, the original warriors battled it out to the bloody end. Mixed Martial Arts outlines the revolutionary system of fighting used by world-renowned fighter BJ Penn. Penn, one of the most technical and decorated fighters in the world today, illustrates fighting techniques that teach you how to mix strikes with takedowns, ground and pound an opponent into submission, fight From a muay Thai bout in Bangkok to Rio, where he trained with jiu-jitsu royalty, to Iowa, where he matched This exquisite piece of work is far more professional than any of the American pro wrestling mega-event videos produced recently.
Who says martial arts is purely physical? A great portion of martial arts has to do with the mental and spiritual aspect of humanity. It is just as important in martial arts to nurture the mind and the soul as it is to enhance the physical body. A lot of the greatest martial artists in history are not only physical specimens but also extremely intelligent, studious and incredibly well-read. Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Masahiko Kimura, Helio Gracie — these are just some of the names that come up when discussing the greatest martial artists of all time. What do these guys have in common?
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It's Metafilter's 20th anniversary! To celebrate, scan some cats or help fund Mefi! What's the best MMA book? I don't know if it's any good, but Staley is considered one of the best strength coaches in the world. Having flipped through a number of them on the shelf, I think BJ Penn's book looks best. It has a wide variety of techniques, shows the all important transitions, and covers in some depth each range of combat striking, clinching, groundfighting. But I can't really get into books, myself.
Full Event Calendar. Can anyone recommend any good books on MMA? Whether it be about individual disciplines, history of certain disciplines, autobiographies whatever. Haven't read his second yet but I cannot recommend A Fighter's Heart enough. It is a fantastic piece of work.