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Stronger for Longer

iPhone Pics and vids 099Density blocks are the bedrock of strength endurance training for fighters and time crunched fighters. The issue that most combat sports athletes face is that they have multiple disciplines to train – for example, MMA fighters need to hit all the ranges of their sport, boxing, Thai, BJJ, wrestling, and cage craft. This is without the odd weight loss run and regular S&C sessions at Grapplefit (obviously)!! The principle of density blocks comes in very handy for the fighters who feel the need to develop their physical attributes alongside their technical ability, after all “Skills pay the bills”… so the mantra goes.

"Finish Him!!"

Combination sprawl“Fight one more round. When your arms are so tired that you can hardly lift your hands to come on guard, fight one more round. When your nose is bleeding and your eyes are black and you are so tired that you wish your opponent would crack you one on the jaw and put you to sleep, fight one more round - remembering that the man who always fights one more round is never whipped!” – James Corbett

5 Essential Drills to make you fast as f**k!!

Pull throughs 1What makes an athlete fast? We all have people that spring to mind when we think of speed - but how do they get that fast??

Is it genetic? Is it illegal?? Is it innate??

I believe certain aspects of these qualities can be trained and therefore improved..!

If they can’t why train at all!!!???

Putting a plan together

Resisted punch outsI have spoken about periodisation before, I even produced a DVD on the subject - The Winning Edge. Specifically linear periodisation, where the athlete follows a specific phase e.g. Hypertrophy phase, strength phase, power phase then power endurance for the final phase.

This time around I’m looking at a more practical method particularly for combat athletes and even regular folks, looking to maintain a decent level of strength and fitness.

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