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NEW: SBGi Spring Camp 07

In March 2007 the top SBGi coaches gathered in CA to train, and share the cutting edge material that they were working on. This DVD set was the result. This set was shot in documentary fashion, with the intention of giving you the feel of actually being there on the mat. If you have ever wondered what SBGi is all about, this set is for you!

All of the material covered is unique, and has never been shown before in any other SBGi sets. All of the DVDs feature detailed menus for easy navigation. The entire set is over well over 5 hours long.

See the top SBGi coaches, caught live in their natural environment! Matt Thornton, Luis Guiterrez, Karl Tanswell, John Kavanagh, Steve Whittier, Travis Davison, + More!

Disc 1: 70 minutes
BJJ warm ups
clinch with cloth (grip surfing)
BJJ Q & A with SBGi coaches
rolling footage

Disc 2: 60 minutes
butterfly guard attacks
BJJ Q & A with Matt

Disc 3: 50+ minutes
BJJ warm ups
MMA clinch off the cage or wall
submissions for no gi, or MMA

Disc 4: 75 minutes
Muay Thai for MMA

Disc 5: 67+ minutes
the low X guard
passing the upright butterfly guard
BJJ Q & A with Matt


These can be obtained here:
SBGi - Straight Blast Gym International
 

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Don't know if you've realized this yet, but this is a boxing forum, not a place where people want to learn how to grapple and roll around on the floor for 15 minutes.
 

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Lots of boxers also grapple..

Don't know if you've realized this yet, but this is a boxing forum, not a place where people want to learn how to grapple and roll around on the floor for 15 minutes.
Lots of boxers are interested in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as well.

Matt Thornton himself is a boxer of over 20 years experience.

The SBG videos are the best grappling AND boxing DVD's I've ever found.

If the info isn't useful, just let the thread die. I thought the info would be useful to some guys.
 

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I'm not real interested in bjj, but it'd be good to know some of the techniques; like how to not get taken down, getting off your back, a couple other things. Do the bjj guys(that name is pretty gay), have to cut weight? If they do, how do they? because there's only so much you can lose in that type of training.
 
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