THOUGHTS ON CONDITIONING FOR GRAPPLING COMPETITION PART 2


Re-blogged from SCRAMBLE In part one I went over, common issues I see with conditioning for grappling sports and application of TUF methods. This one will focus on planning your conditioning approach and how to effectively work in an “inseason” between tournaments to maintain conditioning. This is more or less a lose collection of thoughts and approaches... Continue Reading →

THOUGHTS ON CONDITIONING FOR GRAPPLING COMPETITION


Reposted from SCRAMBLE http://www.scramblestuff.com/thoughts-on-conditioning-for-grappling-competition/ Great article and supports a lot of methodology I've been using in my training. Circuits designed to match competition match times and combination of floor and standing exercise. Overall great article!!! THOUGHTS ON CONDITIONING FOR GRAPPLING COMPETITION BY WILLIAM WAYLAND ~ posted March 4th, 2013 Common mistakes, Misconceptions and Using Technique... Continue Reading →

Cutting weight for competition … ain’t that a pain


I have had to do it myself a number of times. As a participant in BJJ competitions, I am required to make a certain weight for a specific weight division. And as every competitor knows ... "Cutting weight is a BITCH!!! I used to compete at 175-180 lb weight divisions. I walked around at 185lb. Cutting to... Continue Reading →

If you’d like it to hurt …


As some of you know and others will find out ... I love working out and have become an avid proponent of kettlebells and Bulgarian bag http://instagram.com/p/Sl0L9wMVxM/ I believe both provide excellent functional strength and endurance workouts, which are great for fitness or sport specific conditioning. I have put together few videos with sample workouts. The beauty of kettlebells and Bulgarian bag is in the versatility and... Continue Reading →

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