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Lori O'Connell Sensei holds a 5th degree black belt and full instructor's license in Can-Ryu Jiu-jitsu, and has trained in martial arts for over 20 years and taught martial arts for 17 years in Canada and abroad. Lori currently runs her own Jiu-jitsu dojo, operating in the greater Vancouver area in Canada since 2006. She also teaches local women's self-defense programs, personal safety & awareness programs and corporate self-defense seminars. In addition to her martial arts training and teaching, Lori also writes regularly on her martial arts blog, and has published a book, Weapons of Opportunity, about her personal experiences teaching and training in the martial arts.
Excellent book. I have been practising Jiu-Jitsu for 7 years now and I really enjoyed reading and looking at the DVD. Some techniques were refreshers and others were new. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jean M. Bellec
This is the grappling book I've been looking for. Lori O'Connell has obviously devoted tons of sweat, care and love into grappling for OUTSIDE the Octagon. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Julia Cheng
Excellent book, and great value for money. Lori provides great advice on using ground fighting skills in a self-defence context. Read morePublished on April 20 2013 by Andrew Robert Dobie
As a martial artist with only small repertoire of techniques to get off of the ground in self defence situations it has often been difficult for me to weed through techniques that... Read morePublished on April 18 2013 by Slan
I am a woman with only a couple of years of self-defense and Jiu Jitsu training. This book has a logical structure, with each chapter having a specific focus. Read morePublished on April 18 2013 by Gina Merry
Lori O'Connell has taken a fresh approach to how you should and can defend against grappling techniques. Read morePublished on April 2 2013 by Simon Miller
I’m new to martial arts and really enjoyed reading When the Fight Goes To The Ground. Most of the techniques described are pretty new to me but I found the descriptions and... Read morePublished on March 18 2013 by Chelsea J.
In competitive martial arts, the martial artist who learns best how to fight within the context of the designated rule system has the advantage. Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2013 by Stan