Using Sports Nutrition to Become a Better Athlete

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Cutting weight. One of the most difficult aspects of any athletic competition that uses weight classes. But how does one go about cutting weight?...

The Secret of Feminine Health in Jiu Jitsu

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You are a fighter, which makes you a friend too many germs automatically. Sweat, your training mat, gi all is home to these various...

Stephan Kesting Discusses How To Improve Your BJJ Cardio

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Stephan Kesting of Grapplearts.com discusses in the video below how to improve your BJJ cardio. Endurance is a critical part of BJJ since your...

Sports Nutrition Basics

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Knowing what to eat while training might be tough for some, but it is still incredibly important for athletes to nail down. Even if...

4 Ways to Improve Your Grips

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Post originally published by GS MAG and appeared HERE. Grip strength is just about the most important thing to gain for grappling and other combat...

Gi Soap Review Part II: Dragon’s Blood?

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I recently had the opportunity to try out the new Dragon’s Blood bar from Gi Soap. This is probably the most unique bar of...

Grandma Getting Stronger: “I think 91 is a Good Age to...

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Earlier today, on Starting Strength, a video was posted of a 91-year-old grandmother who has drastically improved her well-being through strength training. See her...

The Importance of Amino Acids: How They Help Physical Performance and...

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Amino acids. What are they, and why should we worry about them? First of all, amino acids are the building blocks of muscles. Without...

Interviewing the Pros: Justin Curtis on BJJ, Fitness, and the Evolution...

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Justin Curtis is a Brown Belt under James Clingerman, a multiple time IBJJF Gold Medalist, owner of Performex Gym and Avon BJJ. He was...

Altitude Training: What Works and What Doesn’t

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Altitude training. We’ve all heard about it, maybe you’ve even seen guys on The Ultimate Fighter wearing training masks and running in flippers, but...
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