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February 2017
Friday Five - 24/02/17

Friday Five - 24/02/17

The Friday Papers  –  This week I have been researching foot and lower limb strength and its effect on balance on mobility. These attributes are key to the skills of the martial artist. Here is one of the studies focused on ‘balance training’.“However, lower-extremity resistance training conducted on even and uneven surfaces meaningfully improved proxies of strength, power and balance in all groups.”https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5122203/Insp...
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Friday 17-02-17

Friday 17-02-17

Friday Papers - "training principles for fascial connective tissues. Inspired words - Ueshiba's thoughts on training Foody Friday - Black currents as an ergogenic aid. From the Martial Arts world - Rogers Return To Check out - Highlight top tier Martial Arts Coaches
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Where does ‘The Research’ fit in?

Where does ‘The Research’ fit in?

I have a challenge for you, name a top tier MMA coach that has a published a peer reviewed study, maybe a top tier Brazilian Jiu Jitsu professor, how about a top tier Muay Thai Coach or wrestling coach?
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Intro to the Anatomy of Connection

Intro to the Anatomy of Connection

An important focus for the martial artist or combat sports athlete is to create a body that minimizes power loss and maintain a certain type of consolidated strength. If you look at virtually any physical training methodology you will see the initial sections of their training devoted to the fundamentals of alignment, basic strength and how to unify the body. In the MartialBody system we place a large emphasis on harmonizing the body and much of this attribute is due to 'Connection'
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