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Download The Guard: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Details and Techniques (Second Edition) ePub
  • ISBN 0972109749
  • ISBN13 978-0972109741
  • Language English
  • Author Joe Moreira
  • Publisher Cardinal Publisher's Group; 2 Revised & enlarged edition (April 1, 2009)
  • Pages 261
  • Formats rtf mobi txt docx
  • Category Outdoor Sports
  • Subcategory Individual Sports
  • Size ePub 1563 kb
  • Size Fb2 1654 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 335

The guard is the quintessential Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighting position. Other martial arts assume that once someone is on their back that the fight is over. But that assumption is unfounded. Fights don't end just because they hit the ground; for the jiu-jitsu man the fight has only just begun. The Guard is a detailed analysis of core concepts, details, and techniques, key to success for ground fighting from the guard position.

The guard is the quintessential Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighting position. Ed Beneville has been a student of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 1996 and studied under Joe Moreira (seventh degree black belt) for the past eight years

The guard is the quintessential Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighting position. Other martial arts assume that once someone is on their back that the fight is over. But that assumption is unfounded. Fights don't end just because they hit the ground; for the jiu-jitsu man the fight has only just begun. Ed Beneville has been a student of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 1996 and studied under Joe Moreira (seventh degree black belt) for the past eight years. Ed has authored and coauthored several books on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, including: Passing The Guard 9780972109758, The Guard 9780972109710 & Strategic Guard 9780972109734.

The Guard: Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Details and Techniques Vol 2. by. Joe Moreira, Ed Beneville.

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The book starts with 'Fundamantals' and details one and two man drills for improving movement skills and makes examples of their applications. Then, it moves immediately into guard pass counters and defenses. This demonstrates techniques and principles to defeat the most common passes.

Jose Carlos Moreira (born July 3, 1961 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and a former mixed martial artist. Joe was born inside a taxicab in front of a Rio de Janeiro hospital. His dark skin and blond hair prompted the affectionate nickname of "Macaco. By age five, Moreira's older brother, Marcos, influenced the youngster to start fighting in Judo.

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Items related to The Guard: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Details and Techniques . Joe Moreira is a lifetime martial artist. Over the years Moreira was privileged to train under many Brazilian jiu jitsu and judo greats.

Items related to The Guard: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Details and Techniques:. Beneville, Ed The Guard: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Details and Techniques: Volume 2. ISBN 13: 9780972109710. When he was five years old his older brother Marcos steered him into judo as a way of keeping him out of trouble. After five months of judo he started training in Brazilian jiu jitsu. In BJJ he trained extensively under Reylson Gracie and Francisco Mansur.

The Guard: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Details an. .While books and instructionals are all good to help you learn new techniques, you can’t substitute regular hard training, getting enough sleep and eating right.This book is everything you could ever want about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and the use of the guard. But like your daily supplements, you take to keep your body from aching, BJJ books allow you to do the same for your techniques. BJJ books are supplements for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the snack to tide you over under your next meal, or class. Ideally, a good BJJ Book for Beginners should do the following things.

Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ; Portuguese: jiu-jitsu brasileiro) is a martial art and combat sport system that focuses on grappling with particular emphasis on ground fighting. Brazilian jiu-jitsu was developed from Kodokan judo ground fighting (newaza) fundamentals that were taught by a number of Japanese individuals including Takeo Yano, Mitsuyo Maeda, Soshihiro Satake, and Isao Okano

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Gavikelv
All of the books in this series are meant to last you a long time. From the quality paper and printing right down to the tactics. I shared this book at my academy and all level of students were able to get something out of it and I know some ran home to order their own set of secret weapon books. The material is so dense you will consistently look to it for solutions to your grappling puzzles and the answers are always there. I spent some time out on an injury and casually read through these books with no mat time and still came back better in some ways. My classmates thought I had been sneaking to practice until they saw my cardio. One of my favorite things about this book is the flowing cause and effect way of instruction. Never are you able to execute a technique without interference from your opponent and this book gives you the tools to move on from your first tactic and immediately into the next which usually catches your opponent by surprise. Each short chapter is summarized by a flow chart outlining all of the methods presented to deal with a certain situation such as a stalling opponent,dealing with submission counters and attacking and upright posture from the guard. I would say this book has greater value to practitioners with a least a month or two experience so you can fully understand how each position usually plays out.
Bandiri
Really learning BJJ from a book is very difficult if not just impossible.

But this series does about as good of a job as possible. It focuses on techniques, and shows them very clearly with lots of pictures. As with any new technique, you'll need to apply them (and fail) dozens or hundreds of times before they really start working, but they all really do work. You'll need to either make the adjustments yourself, or ask an instructor for help with alot of them. But these books are a great way of supplementing your game and filling your holes with some excellent techniques.

This book also contains some really helpful drills that you can do on your own, or with a partner. These work really well as a workout on their own, but also condition your body and muscle memory for guard positions and movements specifically.

Highly recommended!
Use_Death
This is an excellent book for someone wanting to learn about the Guard in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

The thing i have found in this book (and the other 2 in the series) are that they are not just a compilation of different moves from different guard positions, but it also goes into great detail about what to do if this fails. It shows the importance of being able to do things from several different positions, and what to you can do if you are unsuccessful. For example if you attempt a triangle choke, and the opponent defends in one way, it shows how to move to another submission attempt, and if he defends the triangle a different way, how to move on from THAT position, and so on.

This book caps this excellent style of showing effective flowing attacks, with all the moves having multiple angle shots, good explanations, and descriptions from various positions and is very easy to follow and understand.

As far as instructional BJJ books go this is probably the best i have seen. You won't be disappointed, I wasn't!
Gietadia
great book, very detailed and lots of pictures from different angles.
specially loved the variations and strucure of the book, with a logical flow of techniques.

only downside a small percentage of the pictures were a little blury. but otherwise very good book, will last a BJJ life time
Karg
If your a serious practitioner of BJJ you shouldn't be without this book. The details that are sometimes overlooked in a formal venue are depicted in this book with words, pictures and graphics. A well made BJJ book that will help a novice, expert, student or teacher.
Hanad
The three book series is a handy reference to look at. I am a bjj begginer and find these books help me visualize techniques and provide ideas to work on during rolling.
Foxanayn
To succeed in the highly competitive nature of combative grappling disciplines, one must establish and master an active, aggressive ground game, including being able to dominate an adversary when we find ourselves on our back, needing to fight the opponent who is between our legs. This is especially true for small fighters, like this reviewer, working against much larger and stronger athletes. By default, we often find ourselves in this position, needing the skills to better our situation aggressively and with confidence.

THE GUARD, Volume 2, Expanded offers the practitioner just that: an extremely active and aggressive curriculum for learning how to dominate an adversary with confidence. This book provides the detailed instruction we will need when we find ourselves on the ground, on our back, needing to win.

Once again, Grappling Arts Publications of Costa Mesa, California with Ed Beneville and his instructor, Joe Moreira have created a visual work of art that moves from page to page as a still-framed motion picture, where we can inspect each and every frame of action for a specific learning experience. This format of flowing photos, taken at various angles, leaves nothing to be presumed, insofar as what the specific application is being taught and demonstrated.

As with all previous manuals from Grappling Arts Publications, this second edition of THE GUARD, teaches NO movement in isolation. Movements are grouped or chained together for a more comprehensive and thorough understanding of not only the guard's fundamentals, but explicates the flexibility and the inherent variety of defensive and offensive maneuvering within this very active position.

There are twelve color-coded chapters, which are instructional solid with both color photos of superior quality and paper, coupled with concise text to fully explain what we are observing through the visual contents. The twelve chapters cover all of the fundamental aspects of maneuvering successfully from an active and aggressive guard position into the most appropriate follow-up, submission or change to a more dominate position. At the conclusion of each chapter, an entire review is provided, which serves to join the chapter's composites into an expanded flow chart, where the practitioner can literally visualize this unified diversity of movement options available.

There are no passive guard applications within its 264, 8 ½ X 11 inch pages. What's more, an entire chapter demonstrates what we can do to the one who is in our guard, behaving passively, just lying there, attempting to smother us with his body's mass. This book strongly conveys that the guard is supposed to be a very active and aggressive position--not one where we merely lie on our backs, holding on to the adversary, hoping for the best.

The chapters cover the fundamentals of moving comfortably and aggressively while on our backs into the appropriate guard postures; counters to those who will attempt to pass our guard; chokes we can slip on successfully when we have achieved a strong guard posture; sweeps; offensive counters we can apply to those attempting to stack us; attacking both upright and stalling (aforementioned) postures within our guard; three different series of flowing (chained) attacks; achieving head and neck control over the adversary who is in our guard; reversing a pass with roll-outs; learning how to get to our knees or to a standing posture from our guard, and the conditions when this will be necessary; and finally, sweeping the standing opponent who is hovering about our guard.

Over all, this book is a beautifully created, quality made, and comprehensive training manual dedicated to assisting the serious grappler toward developing a complete, aggressive guard repertoire. This book exceeds well beyond the norm of any standard, competent training manual covering the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu's infamous Guard position. Well done, gentlemen.

A. Bodhi
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