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5 Things Every Fighter Should Quit NOW:

Static stretching.  There is evidence that Dynamic Stretching (movement stretching, such as is the basics of Yoga and Pilates) is the best replacement for static stretching before a workout.  You won’t lose strength and you prevent injury better.Dr. Stuart McGill supported this notion saying, “Static stretching deadens the muscle from a neural perspective, diminishing the stretch reflex and reducing peak strength and power.”  Do static stretching after training or in lieu of training.Classes.  Especially if you know what you’re in for – meaning, you’re not a newbie to knowing your own needs – you should sign up for one to one training and working out during free gym hours…

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Methodology of Training: Time, Time, Time is of the Essence

The science behind fight training is jumbled with fitness experts who know all about the body and have weeded-out the poor philosophies form the elite ones that make up the fitness world. Every fitness trainer has his methods for conditioning that he favors (maximal effort, repeated effort, dynamic, post activation potentiation, resistance, repetition, etc.) But fitness trainers, as I’ve expounded on before, may not be allowing their trainees to meet their needs for fighting. For all the linking (fight specific situational conditioning) that they incorporate into a program, they may not apply workouts that address fight specific goals. One shouldn’t care about developing upper-body muscle strength that links “whizzers”…

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‘Fight Science’ Not Sweet Science

The couple of sports science shows aired on TV – namely Sports Science and Fight Science – are filled with intriguing concepts and some seemingly high-tech devices but miss on some key aspects of science and striking science. The shows sell laymen, including me, some pristine numbers in language we easily understand without the proper responsibility of providing solid factors – dependent variables, independent variables, controlled variables, etc. Whatever the jargon is, notice that they don’t test and re-test the data, and some of the experiments seem fishy. When we see that James Toney threw a punch with 1200 lbs. of force, Randy Couture, a 1000 lb. punch, Lucia…

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Bruce Lee – Myth vs. Fact

Like many of you, I grew up wanting to believe, in every way possible, that Bruce Lee was, and will forever be, the greatest fighter to have ever walked the planet. I read the Tao of Jeet Kune Do and all his pamphlets, including the one about the one-inch punch. I studied Jun Fan and believed everything I read about Bruce Lee. I even put all of his fight clips into video and studied his moves. When I went to college, I used Bruce Lee clips to make a video about the Ramayana, the ancient Hindu epic, and named it “Enter the Ramayana.” Bruce Lee was martial arts’ Moses.…

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Unconventional Techniques – Spinning Backfist, Superman Punch, and the Straight Blast

The martial arts are littered with conceptual techniques that are vigorously taught to people who follow format usually without ever testing against it. Then those techniques are reinforced and mastered whether they’re made to fail or made to make their marks. Even if they work, how much do certain moves make sense in the big picture? Within the amalgam of contrarian techniques, there are some unconventional moves that are regularly practiced along with foundational moves. Spinning back kicks are learned along with sidekicks. Double hooks are learned when the hook itself is not learned. Crosses are learned before straights. Arm-bars are learned on every person’s first-day before a complete…

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Top 10 Reasons (or Examples) People Don’t Know $h!# About Boxing

They think the essence of boxing is about going toe to toe. Boxing is about strategy and technique, not brawn. It’s “hit and not get hit,” not “hit back and get hit.”They don’t recognize the one thing that made Mike Tyson so    amazing was not just his offense, but his defense.  And an all-time great chin made him more durable than people realize. (I mention him because he is a good focal point of information for this era of fighters and fans of all backgrounds.)They think knees and elbows in mma or Thai-boxing necessarily nullify inside punches.  Many fighters from those sports acknowledge that punching is the most effective tool…

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Stupid Fans, Teddy Atlas, and the Politics of Boxing: A Post Mortem of Pacquiao-Mosley

To the boxing world over, there is nothing valid to the argument that Manny Pacquiao was ever on HGH or, at this point, that Floyd Mayweather Jr. is clearly better than Pacquiao. People who make livings following the sport and assessing the facts are convinced that all the talk is just fanfare to obstruct the truth: Mayweather does not want to fight Pacquiao under any circumstance – Pacquiao no drugs, no food, one arm… There aren’t even any reliable tests for HGH, and it doesn’t mean anyone should be condemned for taking HGH only for that person being so good. Even Barry Bonds left a trail of witnesses and…

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Trainer Talk: Disney World – Build It in Your Goals

More people quit when they don’t have a target goal and an estimated amount of work that needs to be put into reaching those goals. Most gyms, however, use intangible language: 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, etc. How fighters perceive time must make sense. Are your fighters losing focus or quitting at times you don’t expect them to quit? The problem is not necessarily them. Did you explain what is needed to reach every individual’s goals in your gym? Did you even bother to set individual goals? If not, so much for your individualized training mumbo jumbo. 6 months of training is a lot different for someone training…

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Lack of Mastery What Boxing Fans Knock about Other Fighting Sports

MMA, as well as all forms of kickboxing, have found little acceptance from the boxing public, and the reason for the divide has been recently toiled over by experts, over and again. Besides the cultural divide that adds to the boxing-mma discord – poverty versus prosperity, individuality versus class structure, way of life versus self-defense – boxing people seem to just not respect how everyone else boxes. That sounds fair enough. But mma fans argue that their sport is more exciting, produces more knockouts, and provides better match-ups. “MMA? Better match-ups my [expletive],” historian Arthur O’Toole angrily explains with distinct sarcasm. “They get knocked-out because they don’t know the…

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