Tuesday, April 28, 2009

EBOOKS: Stephan Kesting's A ROADMAP FOR BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU


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Check out http://www.beginningbjj.com/ for your free copy (if you haven't already) of Stephan Kesting's "A Roadmap for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu".

You have to add your email address to the form and you will be emailed the pdf or a link to to download the free pdf (forget which at the moment). In addition you will get a complimentary Beginning BJJ eCourse courtesy of Stephan Kesting.

If you have not heard of Kesting before, here is his bio (cut and pasted from his site):

"Hi there, and thank you for visiting my site!

My name is Stephan Kesting and I operate BeginningBJJ.com and Grapplearts.com. Through my DVDs, articles and newsletters, I have helped tens of thousands of grapplers all over the world improve their Brazilian Jiu-jitsu skills.

Grappling is my passion, and I want to help it become yours too. Whether your goal is to compete, challenge yourself, improve your fitness level, lose weight, or acquire some serious self defense skills I truly think that Brazilian Jiu-jitsu (BJJ) has a lot to offer you. I'm not kidding when I call it the most sophisticated martial art in the world.

Why should you listen to what I say? Here's my brief biography and Martial Arts resume:

I am a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu black belt, and have been doing martial arts for over 25 years. I am also a certified instructor in Erik Paulson's Combat Submission Wrestling, a black belt in Kajukenbo Karate, an instructor in Dan Inosanto's Jun Fan JKD, Maphalindo Silat and Filipino Martial Arts program. Additionally I have also studied Japanese Judo, Russian Sambo, various Chinese Kung Fu systems, Brazilian Capoeira, Muay Thai Kickboxing, and many other martial arts."


Read more of his bio at http://www.beginningbjj.com/about-stephan-kesting.html.

For anyone into BJJ or just grappling, this should really help your game. Check out the testimonals on his site.

Enjoy!

2 comments:

Sun Bear said...

SG -
I love this stuff you post. I'd probably never find most of it...I usually run in slightly different circles. Thanks!

Steven

Stickgrappler said...

Hello SB,

ah cool... glad to be of help! hmmm...we must work on 'teaching you how to fish'? lol.

~sg

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