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on 19 September 2012
I have got to say that being a BJJ practitioner for almost five years i can identify with the Author. Based on true, real life situations i found myself in a similar situation. I have purchased many books on BJJ, from drilling books to DVDs etc and this book had an entirely different approach.

This book is more of strategy and getting the most out of your training. The programme inside this book was very interesting. The programme is 30 days and involves keeping a log and reviewing your training and progress. I found it very useful and i can really notice a difference in the way i approach my rolling sessions.

This Author has some very interesting views and i felt a connection with the guy. I believe this book will be of use in the future and i will definately keep it as a reference book. I thoroughly reccomend this book, it is different to all the other bjj books out there, kinda refreshing in a way. Great read. Read it all on a plane ride to California, funnily enough on my way to a seminar. OSS!!!
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on 1 June 2013
Worth reading. If your a focused on your progression already this book wont add alot to your game but its worth a read for the odd thing you may pick up.

If you don't keep diary's or progression logs then pick this book up it covers some fairly basic methods of keeping your training focused and constant.
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on 1 June 2013
Really interesting and thought provoking book. Haven't tried doing the programme yet but can see it would be really effective.
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