James Foster - BJJ Black Belt
"Let me first say, I own just about every BJJ instructional DVD past and present.and I enjoyed your DVD very much and picked up a few unique details and even saw a couple variations/ techniques that I haven't seen before in my 11 + years of BJJ training. Your teaching style is very clear, concise, and well thought out. I was impressed with the level of detail you imparted. This is something I strive for as well and I think it's incredibly important, and unfortunately, it is lacking in a lot of BJJ instructors. So, thanks again for the wonderful DVD!"
Hugh M. Suenaga - U.S. Olympic Solidarity Coach - U.S. Greco-Roman Coach
"With the sanction of USA Wrestling, the National Governing Body for Wrestling in the United States by the United States Olympic Committee, and by FILA, the International Wrestling Federation to develop a 3rd International "Grappling Style of Wrestling;" your profound new "Favorite" techniques DVD will help us elevate this new "Grappling Style of Wrestling." I will be sharing and encouraging other National and International Level Coaches to add this indispensable DVD to their strategic libraries!"
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Roy Dean - Roy Harris Black Belt
"Keith Owen's Favorite Moves Volume 1 has quickly become a favorite resource in my instructional collection. The production value is very high, with clear explanations and multiple angles to see how the technique unfolds. Many of the techniques were new to me, and even with those that I had seen (or used in my own jiu jitsu game) I was able to glean new details and improvements. This DVD delivers a large number of effective techniques at an unbelievable price. Highly recommended."
Jace Davenport - Martial Artist and BJJ Instructor - United Kingdom
"Some DVDs that I have watched, within 5 minutes I find myself falling sleep, but your presentation is great and your
instruction is top class. It will help me lots as it has given me great new ideas."
"Keith Owen is a black belt under Pedro Sauer and teaches BJJ in Boise, Idaho in the US; Keith had originally viewed one of my reviews on www.lockflow.com and asked me to write an independent review of his new DVD release, so here it is!
Keith begins the DVD with a brief introduction, explaining that the techniques shown in the DVD are his favourite moves that he regularly uses in class when sparring with his students and claims that they are moves that you won't see on any other compilation. There are twenty four chapters on the DVD covering a wide variety of positions including kimura counters; are bar defences; shoulder locks; north south position; escapes; mount attacks, turtle defence counters and many more.
In a number of chapters, Keith takes you through four and five techniques from one position, so it's really a true value for money DVD. For the most part of the DVD, Keith's claims to uniqueness holds true; out of all the techniques, I personally have seen a few of the techniques on other DVD's, but as for the rest of the techniques, these are some of the funkiest and eclectic moves around, definitely not seen on other compilations.
My favourite technique from the DVD is so simple to use that after seeing it once, I managed to pull it off in class the same night! Which one I hear you cry? Well, that would be telling wouldn't it, I need a few secret moves of my own!! This DVD is crammed full of techniques and is aimed at jiu jitsu practitioners regardless of belt level, there is something on it for everyone. The techniques are easy to execute and don't require any special powers of flexibility and dexterity to pull them off in training."
Nova Uniao Black Belt
"I have never met Keith Owen personally, so it was a nice surprise to be
asked to do a review of his new DVD - Favourite Moves Volume 2.
When I first watched the DVD, I was surprised that many of his
favourite moves are also some of my personal favourite moves. A classic example
being the little trick he demonstrates to get to the mount from side
control. Also his demonstration of the S-Mount is one I like as I myself
have used this to great effect in competitions.
The thing I like most about this DVD is probably the detail of each
position. When it first arrived in the mail, I sat down to watch it, only
to find that Keith has stacked so much information into it, that it
took several viewing windows. And there is no shortage of positions on
this collection either, with 25 chapters, each dealing with different
positions, and in most cases there are several different techniques shown
within each of these.
This is not one of those 30-minute run-throughs, but a thorough
explanation of each of his positions. On top of this, I can see that Keith is
loving sharing his knowledge of jiu-jitsu; it's almost as though you are sitting in on one his classes.
If you're or a blue belt or above in jiu-jitsu and want to learn a
couple of new techniques that can improve your game, then I recommend
checking out this DVD."