I am a student of strength. This 3 days event was planed last year, so I had no control of scheduling certification test day even though I am during fight camp. No ones really realized my swollen nose from sparring... Good thing:-)Read More
I want to share my experience with those who are thinking of dropping weight class in combat sports. Well, it is not easy at all and a long process in your career. Regardless of the reason behind a fighter dropping a weight class, things will need to change for him, but hopefully for a little bit. Once a fighter successfully moves down a weight class then you can start to tweak the program to improve strength and optimize muscle mass.Read More
I'm glad to have those who search word"MMA S&C" and visit my blog. Well, here is mine.
Loosen up my tight muscle from work out last night. At first. Make sure open up my range of motion and well warmed up. I always do Turkish get up for shoulder injury prevention. Especially I work on my wrestling, so my a holder is sore sometimes.Read More
In my opinions on how to stay in “fight shape,” I need to state the obvious. You should never really let yourself get out of shape. I understand if you want to take a week off, drink a few beers and crush some pizza after fight camp. That’s fairly normal. I wouldn’t suggest taking a month off, gaining 30 lbsRead More