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Kettlebell Workout “More, Not Less” For CrossFit, MMA and BJJ

Kettlebell workout for CrossFit, BJJ and MMA, this workout is the bomb, it ticks all the boxes: explosive, strength, cardio, tough, simple but effective, two kettlebells and working through...
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BJJ Kettlebell Workout—Or Anyone That Needs Explosiveness

There are a lot of things to think about when you want to perform at your best for BJJ or MMA, Explosiveness and Cardio are two of them, in...
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BJJ Strength And Conditioning: Hips, Ankles, Knees, Shoulders + Core

The following flexibility and strength routine/flow is great to work on the hips, core, legs, ankles, knees and shoulders, I've been using it since 2010 for my BJJ Strength...
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BJJ WOD for Crossfitters

I have quite a few routines I use for my Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Strength & Conditioning and this is one of them, it's for strength, cardio, explosiveness and rotation...

Workout for MMA Fitness

MMA Fitness and Core Strength Written by Taco Fleur MMA Conditioning Level 1, MMA Fitness Level 2, CrossFit Level 1, Kettlebell Level 2 Trainer You can find an old video...

MMA Workouts

Hello, my name is Taco Fleur, MMA Conditioning Level 1, MMA Fitness Level 2, CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, Kettlebell Level 2, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Purple Belt and more. I've created...
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Serious Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Conditioning

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Conditioning What's better, what do you choose, and whom to listen to when it comes to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Conditioning, because there's those who say “You don't...

Workout for MMA

Workout for MMA Today we’re going to cover a topic that is typically overlooked in MMA, core stability. A strong stable core is the foundation to any strength and conditioning...

MMA Nutrition

MMA Nutrition Without a doubt, the most misunderstood aspect of training for general physical preparedness is nutrition. Nutrition is the key to manipulating the body any way you see fit....

High Intensity Training

Our form of High Intensity Training (HIT) is not to be confused with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) or the High Intensity Strength Training (HIST) popularized in the 1970s...

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