Monthly Archives: December 2011
The workout below is BJJ Workout influenced created and inspired by former professional MMA fighter and trainer Joey Alvarado (Shadow Jitsu and Kettle Jitsu). It takes some exercises that Jiu-Jitsu uses in their conditioning training.
If you are a Grappler, Jiu-Jitsu or MMA Athlete use this workout on your off training days to keep you strong and in excellent condition.
I put together this workout at the gym the other day. I chose exercises that literally hit every section of the abdominals while strengthen my core. I always remember my Kru (Moo) at Tiger Muay Thai telling us over and over again during training how important it is to have strong abs. Continue reading
Okay, so maybe not the exact Randy Couture Grappling, but I am quite sure that he would approve. This is the Funk Roberts version of the workout. I have been asked countless times to do this workout with dumbbells only. The nice thing is you can rip through this workout at home, if you have dumbbells.
As a Mixed Martial Arts athlete, one of the most important aspects of being elite and performing at a top level is your nutrition. You can’t just shove regular people food into your mouth. You are special and that requires special nutrition consumed at the proper time of your training and non-training days. Check out the most importnat meal of your training day Continue reading
Watch these 3 videos – If you ask any striker or Muay Thai Champion how to get good at Elbows or knees or kicks… they will tell you… Elbow, knee or kick literally a thousand times. Practice makes perfect. These drills will also give you the repetition you need to get fast and technically sound.