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Baki
12/06/2011 8:28am,
ey guys. just saw this one and it's quite interesting... what do you guys think? www.igrapple.com

Nutcracker, sweet
12/06/2011 8:49am,
I think it's way too expensive, and the subscription is ludicrous.

WhiteShark
12/06/2011 9:05am,
I think your name is very appropriate.

jnp
12/06/2011 10:11am,
ey guys. just saw this one and it's quite interesting... what do you guys think? www.igrapple.com
Does this thread concern a specific martial technique? No? Then why put it in the technique section?

It's not that difficult. If the subject of the thread is not an actual martial technique, then it doesn't belong in the training forums.

Rock Ape
12/06/2011 11:55am,
ey guys. just saw this one and it's quite interesting... what do you guys think? www.igrapple.comMarketing hype.

You're a fuckwit if you pay for this.

You're a fuckwit if you pay for this.

You're a fuckwit if you pay for this.

Am I getting through yet ?

100xobm
12/10/2011 12:59am,
Could just go here for free: http://bjjtech.com/tech/default.asp
Same diff.

But then I'm not sure if I trust texan bjj...

Maybe just... ask someone for help...?

Uncle Skippy
12/10/2011 1:57am,
ey guys. just saw this one and it's quite interesting... what do you guys think? www.igrapple.com

I don't know.

I'm pretty sure that www.mginaction.com has won more awards and is the preferred online training resource for everybody in the grappleville community.

vashanka
12/11/2011 8:46am,
Grapplearts has apps for bjj. Also, do you tap if your iphone battery dies?

Grey_Southpaw
12/11/2011 10:28am,
I don't trust anything that says it'll make my training 10x faster and easier.

I think the answer to this question is just go to your gym and stfu and train.

jnp
12/11/2011 11:32am,
Could just go here for free: http://bjjtech.com/tech/default.asp
Same diff.

But then I'm not sure if I trust texan bjj...

Maybe just... ask someone for help...?
Good ole Dave. When I started training when he was a blue under my instructor.

While I've never done more than glance at his site, I remember his grasp of technical details on the mat being more than adequate.

Carlos Machado lives in Texas now. Do you think his BJJ is adequate?

100xobm
12/11/2011 5:26pm,
Good ole Dave. When I started training when he was a blue under my instructor.

While I've never done more than glance at his site, I remember his grasp of technical details on the mat being more than adequate.

Carlos Machado lives in Texas now. Do you think his BJJ is adequate?

Frankly, my BJJ is inadequate, I use that site a lot.

I was more trying to say that the best way to get better is to ask people in class, instead of looking up a website mid roll.
I feel that the sales pitch of the iGrapple site is oriented towards noobs and that one should trust their instructor's training schedule instead of watching a short clip and trying to crapple a guard pass when you're confused. As far as referential material, BJJTechs is a free alternative, which is why I put it up.

Furthermore I was trolling. But you knew that.

Uncle Skippy
12/11/2011 6:10pm,
Carlos Machado lives in Texas now. Do you think his BJJ is adequate?

Nice try jnp.

Everybody knows that Dallas isn't *technically* in Texas. The Ewings made sure of that!