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Submit Everyone: The Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu Files: Classified Field Manual for Becoming a Submission-focused Fighter Paperback – January 4, 2012
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Dave Camarillo is a black belt in both judo and jiu-jitsu. He currently trains dozens of world-class grapplers and fighters, including many who compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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This book is horrible. It is quite easily one of the worst jiu jitsu books ever written. The book can best be summed up as: always look for the submission. That's good advice, especially against better opposition when a lot of submissions occur in transition or scrambles. Other than that overarching point, the majority of the book is just different arm bar set ups. It doesn't go over a lot of submissions or how to even get to certain positions. It usually starts off with Dave already in an advantageous position (like side control) and proceeds to show how to do an armbar variation. Of course, for a lot of people buying the book, the problem is they can't even get to that position.
Other than being one dimensional (arm bars mostly), the books major flaw is the writing style and format. It is structured like you're reading some type of military brief from the government, where Dave and his partner are referred to in the third person, they use various names (most of which no one reading ever uses) rather than common terms like "arm bar", and uses words for what appears to be only because they have a lot of letters. It is not well written.Read more ›
Whatever ideas the author wanted to get across are compromised by the very poor typesetting.
The are lots of submissions demonstrated, mainly armbar variation, however the faux military terms make reading this book a drag and can often cloud important details. They even put me off from picking it up again and going thru it once more.
All in all, there are better istructionals than this one. If you like armbars and Camarillo pick it up, otehrwise you won't miss anything important.
It is a little hard to read at first, until you get used to the layout.
But for a more advanced bjj practitioners, it will improve submission knowledge. Good book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is for beginners. It focuses mostly on getting arm bars. it doesn't focus much on chained attacks. Don't get this book.Published 2 months ago by Danny Freeman
Great seller, fast shipping and product just as described. Highly recommended.Published 22 months ago by Jim Kenny
Great photos easy to understand transitions, has helped my game immensleyPublished 23 months ago by Tristan Wright