An interview with Ross Nicholls, 1st degree Black Belt under Roger Gracie and one of the best grapplers to come out of the UK over recent years.
Ross is coming off an impressive win over Gianni Grippo and winning the ADCC European trials. We’ll talk about that and Ross’ mental approach to BJJ competition, as well as how he handles the demands of an incredible packed BJJ scheduled.
I think there are many lessons that can learned from reading non BJJ related material that can change how we think about the art. Or, there are books that we read, that force us to makes changes that have an indirect impact on our BJJ. Today I talk about 8 such books that I have read.
My first attempt at this format, so let me know what you think. We cover grip strength, strength vs power, core strength, necks, knees and everything in between.
An interview with Ex Royal Marine Commando and Strength & Conditioning coach to professional British Boxers and MMA as fighters, as well as BJJ fighters. You’re going to learn some expert advice on strength trainnig for fighters, conditioning protocols and his unique approaches using exercises for blood flow restriction. A fascinating interview.
You can find Matty on Instagram www.instagram.com/cumbria_s_c/?hl=en
on his site www.cumbriasc.co.uk/ and also Facebook www.facebook.com/cumbriastrengthandconditioning/
A hilarious & informative interview with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brown Belt and British Military Veteran, John Smith. You’re going to learn how John got his Brown Belt while spending 75% of his time in Afghanistan while training BJJ, his incredible insights into the optimal performance mindset and a hilarious story about his time trying Japanese Jiu Jitsu.
Intermittent Fasting, or IF, has slowly but surely crept into the BJJ world over the past years. There is a lot of hype, but does the science back it up and should you do it if you train BJJ?
Lower Back Pain Solution E-Book www.bjjstrength.com/lowerbackpainebook.html
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An interview with movement training coach (I'd call him an expert!) Farid Herrera. I'm a huge proponent of using movement training to supplement your BJJ and in today's show you'll learn why, and pick up some fantastic tips from Farid on how to start your movement journey.
See Farid in action on Instagram: www.instagram.com/farid_herrera/
Get his free handstand e-book: www.faridherrera.com/join.html
Farid's blog: www.faridherrera.com/blog
quickly, feeling good and feeling strong. I cover dozens of tips to make the most out of your recover and to help you get the most out of your BJJ.
I use my own daily eating to guide the conversation, discussing some areas that may surprise you as ‘healthy’ eating. Article referenced www.bjjstrength.com/bjj-strength-blog/7-nutrition-principles-for-jiu-jitsu-and-life