Conditioning for Combat Sports

Conditioning for Combat Sports

by Steve Scott, John Saylor
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Conditioning for Combat Sports by Steve Scott, John Saylor

Coaches Steve Scott and John Saylor challenge you to get in the best fighting shape of your life using the workouts and training regimens they’ve used to train hundreds of national and international champions. What's Inside:
• What is Functional Training and why does it work?
• Periodization: how to plan your training cycles
• Proven workout routines designed just for fighters
• The science behind the exercises, drills and workouts
• Freehand and bodyweight strength training
• The best barbell, dumbbell and weight machine exercises
• How the exercise ball can help you develop a rock hard core
• Strength training with Kettlebells
• "Old School" hard core power training
• Staying healthy and avoiding injuries for maximum mat time
• How to plan your workouts around your fight schedule
• Challenging medicine ball exercises
• Plyometric and jump training
• Over 400 exercises to build strength, power, agility, and speed
BONUS: Foreword by Louie Simmons

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781934903193
Publisher: Turtle Press Corporation
Publication date: 09/01/2010
Pages: 322
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Steve Scott is a nationally recognized martial arts coach and the author of 9 martial arts how-to books including TAP OUT TEXTBOOK. He has coached 3 World Sambo Champions as well as over 300 U.S. national champions in judo, sambo, sport jujitsu and submission grappling.

John Saylor served as the Head Coach for the U.S. Olympic Training Center Judo Squad in Colorado Springs, Colorado from 1983 to 1991, where he coached over 400 U.S. national and international judo champions as well as numerous members of World, Pan American and Olympic judo teams.

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