Honing your grappling skills will build leg and arm strength, toughen your joints and tendons, and expand your range of motion and flexibility. A training partner will come in handy to work on the moves and techniques, but many of the drills can be practiced alone. Spice up your training and get your body into combat-ready condition--you might even save your neck someday. Over 300 photos.
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About the Author
Brian Jones has an M.S. in exercise physiology and a Ph.D. in exercise science from the University of Kentucky. He has been involved in strength and conditioning for many years and has trained athletes in a variety of sports from high school to professional level. A judo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu instructor, Jones is especially interested in strength and conditioning as it applies to competitive fighters. He is the author of The Complete Sandbag Training Course, which has made sandbag training a staple in many strength and conditioning programs, and the Conditioning Handbook: Getting in Top Shape, an A-to-Z guide to endurance training.