Posted On:8/30/2004 9:25am
Style: Shi Ja Quan
I hear good things about the Mario Sperry tapes.
Posted On:8/30/2004 9:27am
Style: Korean Capoiera
I have a few titles from that series and they are all top-notch. Plenty of reverse angles and many, many repetitions of each move so you don't have to rewind over and over again while you practice.
EDIT IN FAIRNESS...
to Hannibal, a "book library" can sometimes be a pain in the ass to learn from, BUT a multimedia library is a totally different thing.
My two cents.
The Eternal n00b
Posted On:8/30/2004 9:32am
Style: CM Boxing/BJJ/RBSD
Hannibal, get a grip. That's ronin.
Posted On:8/30/2004 9:38am
I have all the basic, intermediate and advanced titles from that series and i agree with Stillkicking about the quality (i haven't the Sperry tapes, so i can't compare).
Posted On:8/30/2004 9:52am
NOTE: I don't have the sperry tapes either. Just the basics, intermediate and advanced tapes.
Any place to see samples from the Sperry series?
Posted On:8/30/2004 10:54am
I hear the Sperry series are the absolute best.
Look at the reviews on bjj.org and Bill Lewis website
I plan on getting:
Sperry Vale Tudo
Roy Harris BJJ 101-201 Series
Tony Cecchine Catch Wrestling
Mark Hatmaker Stuff
Last edited by blankslate; 8/30/2004 11:03am at .
Articles and Reviews
Tools and Info