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Old 08-04-2010, 12:50 PM   #4
Yael Grauer
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I'm surprised to see this book get such a good review. Granted, I only looked at the BJJ section, but all I saw was a bunch of pull-up variations, rudimentary barbell and dumbbell work and some very very basic drills. It didn't even explain the purpose for the drills which...if you're not aware of why you're doing them and when they're necessary in rolling they would not transfer at all. And they didn't even have anything on grip strength, which is huge in BJJ. I was fairly disappointed (and I didn't even pay for it.)
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