Company: Blauer Tactical
Tape Name: How to Beat a Grappler
Length of Tape/Time: 2 hours
Number of Moves/Techniques: Concept training video
Policy: Conditional Refund Policy ( See web site )
Experiences in dealing with
this company: 3 -4 week delivery time
The Instructor: Tony Blauer
Address: PO Box 278,Westmount, Quebec, Canada, H322V5
Company's Phone Number:
Web Page: https://blauer.rlxmediastreaming.com/us/
Main Grading Criteria
Instructors demonstrated skill level: 10
Comprehension Score: 10
to which this will make someone a better Martial Artist: 10
Score on delivery
vs hype: 10
Wasted Time ( The lower the number, the less " fluff ")
Playback Score/Watching it over-and-over again): 10
Would I purchase more
of this company's products: 10
Overall grade based on cost vs value: 10
Total: 98 % ( Excellent - 4.5 Stars )
Secondary Grading Criteria
Time to benefit: Immediate
need to buy additional tapes to understand this one: None
Are you concerned that
the current grappling " craze " has made your own martial arts skill obsolete
? Does it seem that every martial artist these days is trying to learn " how
to grapple " in order to keep up with the current fad ? If these things have
bothered you, then this tape is for you. Leave it to Tony Blauer to help put this
grappling business in a proper perspective relative to street self defense. Tony
Blauer does not de-emphasize the importance of learning to fight on the ground nor
does he de-emphasize the dangers in facing someone skilled in a grappling art ( BJJ,
Shootfighting, even college wrestling ). Instead, this tape gives you the concepts
and training methods to deal with an opponent in the street who elects to "
grapple " with you.
This tape is absolutely loaded with information.
It begins with Mr. Blauer talking briefly about the psychological components of street
situations ( which is his signature material in my opinion ) and moves into the first
volume ( about 1 hour ) which focuses on forcing the fight to stay standing. Mr.
Blauer, quite reasonably, explains why and how not to go the ground if given a choice.
The second volume discusses what to do if you should end up on the ground. Concept
after concept come at you in this video. I have watched several of Tony Blauer's
videos and I can only wonder " Why isn't this guy famous ? Why isn't this guy
on network TV talking about this stuff ?". Seriously folks, if you're interested
in learning about groundfighting ( not " grappling " according to Mr.Blauer
) and street self defense, then you must have this video. No question about it.