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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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About the Author
Kevin Howell is a political science professor based out of Huntington Beach, California. He holds a brown belt in Judo and a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
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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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.
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.
This book is well written and creatively formatted, but not for the beginner.
In my opinion, a grappler with at least year or two under his belt will get the most out of it. It's not so much a step-by-step collection of techniques, but more about building an overall game plan and attitude. I guess that's where they got the idea to write it like a pol/mil tactical handbook.
There are few surprises or techniques that aren't available online, but what makes this book a good value for the intermediate BJJ/grapplng student comes from Camarillo's attacking plans that link together several submissions in one chain.
Camarillo believes that you are a grappler, whether or not you choose to wear the gi --- so the book is a good mix of techniques for each discipline.
In the end it's highly recommended, though not for everyone. For me, it will be my primary workbook for the next year or so.
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