Recently I’ve been working like a madman on my latest project, which is the new website Beginning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (beginningbjj.com).
This site is specifically designed for people just starting Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. At the moment the resources include my brand-new eBook “A Roadmap for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu“, and the Beginning BJJ eCourse.
The book contains many photographs, links, diagrams, and new written material. It is designed to give beginners (and their coaches) a ‘big picture’ of BJJ, so that they can figure out how techniques relate to each other and what they might want to learn next.
The course covers many of the little details that are so important in BJJ. The things that advanced grapplers take for granted, but might be huge revelations for beginners. Right now it’s set up to automatically send out these lessons about every 3 days.
Did I mention that both the eBook and eCourse are free?
It’s getting rave reviews, so if you want to see what it’s all about, check out what you should know if you’re just starting BJJ classes
P.S. Don’t worry, Grapplearts.com isn’t going anywhere, and this newsletter is going to keep on coming out as well. These websites are aimed at two separate niches, and both still very important to me