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Truly a rounded martial artist and master. BJJ, Filipino, Combatives, anything else we can add to the list?
Huge proponent of proper diet with your exercise regimen. Degree in exercise physiology. Talk about that. How can people improve their diets and or lose weight?
the 24 hour fast, is it bull? “eat stop eat”
Managing the “Don’t Shoot Yet.”
I like how in your writings you act as a coach to help people become better. Like when you are talking about how to get better (at bjj) a given thing ie. through “grinding.”
“Elite performance is linked to your ability to grind away day after day, year after year.”
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Anyone know of a decent BJJ place in Pensacola, FL?
Are there any other martial arts that do the same things?
how about judo?