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Old 08-14-2007, 07:35 PM   #1
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any books you guys recomend for MMA/MMA training?

the ones that i have that are good are Bas ruttens big book of combat and Bj penns book. if you have rapidshares or torrents for them even better if not just post the names.
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Old 08-15-2007, 09:41 PM   #2
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There are several that have either come out or are coming out soon. Rumor has it that Fedor might even be writing one.

The first books that deal explicitly with MMA as a well-rounded art include:



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Wrestling for Fighting--Randy Couture

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Mixed Martial Arts: The Book of Knowledge--BJ Penn

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Ultimate Fighting: Championship Techniques-- Ken Shamrock

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Complete Idiot's Guide: Ultimate Fighting -- Rich Franklin


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Beyond the Lion's Den -- Ken Shamrock


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Brazilian JiuJitsu: No Holds Barred -- Rodrigo Gracie


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Big Books of Combat, 2 volumes -- Bas Rutten












And Mark Hatmaker's stuff, though he has not trained any top fighters to my knowledge:

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And for those who want to take an eccentric approach to training with really old school MMA, or are simply interested in the earliest MMA systems:


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The Bartitsu Compendium: Canonical Syllabus (Lulu.com)


Volume 2 will include a synthesis of every major pre-1914 European martial art, or so I hear.
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good books thanks.
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