Bernardo Faria’s The Pressure Passing Encyclopedia DVD review

Having trouble passing the guard? Want to learn from one of the best in the world? Barnardo Faria has a DVD called The Pressure Passing Encyclopedia. In this review I try to help you decide if it is the right DVD to help your BJJ get to the next level.
Check out the DVD Here https://bjjfanatics.com?tap_a=8913-840d2b&tap_s=82388-af87d6

DVD Review of The Catch Wrestling Formula by Neil Melanson

Here is a review of a DVD that teaches many different ways to get in to submissions and pass the guard and much more. I learned a lot of new stuff on here and this review may help you to decide if the DVD is right for you.

Custom Da Firma Kimono Company Gi Review

Da Firma Kimono Company (DFKC) is a company that makes among other things custom Gis. A custom gi might be a perfect thing for you if you are a school owner or wanting Gis to represent your team. There is an infinite amount of options when designing a custom gi from DFKC. In this review you can see what a custom BjjBrick gi looks like, and get a look at some of the decisions you will make when designing a gi.

DVD Review Peruvian Dozen 2.0 by James Clingerman

Want to learn the Peruvian neck tie and a bunch of combinations from this Gi and no-gi choke? Find out in this review if this is the right DVD for you.

Links:

  • Find the DVD here http://thefighthub.com/
  • Origional Peruvian Dozen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WupqrU9FJtI

Josh Hinger DVD Hingertine Review

This is a review of the Hingertine DVD with Atos Black Belt Josh Hinger. Josh Hinger is also a 2016 Black Belt No-gi World Champion.
The Hingertine is a variation of an arm in guillotine. It is a very effective finish.
The DVD can be found at The Fight Hub

BJJ Book Review- Motivation Stories on Life and Success from BJJ Black Belts

I really got a lot out of reading this book. Find out why, and what story was my favorite in the video.

List of black belts in this book:
Bill Cooper
Chad Robichaux
Chris Haueter
Dan Camarillo
Danielle Martin
Henry Akins
Javier Vasquez
Kurt Osiander
Lance Glynn
Mario Sperry
Ricardo Miller
Tom Cronin

Review of Moko Rashguard from Fuji Sports

I have had this rashguard for over 2 months and have been pretty happy with it.  It’s comfortable and fits me well (I am 5’11” 170lbs and ordered a medium).  It shows no sign of wear or any defects.  The Moko is a high quality rashguard.

My experience with it- I have worn it as much as I can this month to put it to the test.  It works great as a no-gi rashguard.  It’s comfortable and does not distract me as I train.  I also have been wearing the Moko under my Gi.  I do not usually wear anything under my gi but I have enjoyed it and will probably continue to do so.

Recommendation- If you like the looks of the Moko you will be happy with the performance and durability. At a price of $64, it is a stylish premium rashguard.  If you are just looking for a basic rashguard Fuji has more basic options with the same great quality. This rash guard was provided by Fuji Sports to BjjBrick for the this review.

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