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To celebrate the release of Progressive Jiu-Jitsu we have 5 copies to give away! Once you have entered we will also send you a voucher so you can get 20% off any digital product at JJBGear.com. Good luck!

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Progressive Jiu Jitsu Review

So I have been very privileged to be given a free copy new Progressive Jiu-Jitsu instructional to review. This new instructional has been the brainchild of Roger Gracie black belts Nicolas Gregoriades and Oli Geddes for an extremely long time and after months of teasing we finally get to see the finished product. But is it any good? Let’s find out…

Progressive Jiu-Jitsu is a digital download only product available through JJBGear.com and when you’ve downloaded it you’re presented with two video files. An instructional lead by Nic and one lead by Oli.

Skill level

The great thing about this instructional is that it has techniques for everyone, where white belts will be smashing guards with Nic’s boot lace guard pass, purple belts will be tapping blue belts with Oli’s footlock from the shin-on-shin guard sweep.

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The devil in the details

After watching this instructional it became very obvious to me that both of these guys are very, very good teachers and instructors, each move is meticulously broken down to their key stages, so you can follow the moment easily and effectively, once taught the move is then repeated in front of the camera multiple times at different angles. However, where this instructional really shines are the details. Where other instructionals fall down at this hurdle, progressive Jiu-Jitsu shines with one, simple idea. Close ups. During the teaching process all the details are shown with great detail with well timed close ups showing grips, leg positions and more, right when you need it.

While this instructional is pretty much perfect when it comes to technique and skill level, my only gripe about this is the production level. I just felt that this instructional was missing some music at times, especailly when they were drilling techniques and on the opening and closing sequences, it’s just these tiny details that makes something amazing into something incredible. However, I’m nit-picking here and obviously none of these actually matter if the content is good.

Overall

Overall this instructional is excellent, and why shouldn’t it be? This is like Nic and Oli came to your house and decided to do a seminar in your own home for just £32. So if you’re looking for some cool moves to add to your arsenal, or just looking for that specific counter to a pass that’s giving you trouble, this series will more than likely have the answer. Go buy it now.

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To celebrate the release of Progressive Jiu-Jitsu we have 5 copies to give away! Once you have entered we will also send you a voucher so you can get 20% off any digital product at JJBGear.com. Good luck!

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Richard Presley

A purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Richard is the owner and primary writer of Attack The back. Check out my About Me Page to learn more!