Top 10 Articles from 2014

Recovery Strategies

1. 10 Best Bodyweight Exercises for Fighters and Grapplers

People are always asking for bodyweight exercises and workouts that they can use anywhere.  In this article, Funk Roberts lays out some of his favorite bodyweight exercises for fighters and grapplers.

2. 3 Favorite Pull Up Variations for BJJ

Pull ups are one of the best exercises for jiu jitsu players.  In this article we showcase 3 favorite pull up variations from the crew over at Innovative Results.

3. 3 Types of MMA Conditioning

Gassing out is one of the worst things that can happen during a fight, but it doesn’t need to be that way.  Implement all three of these types of conditioning and you will be better prepared for your next outing.

4. 7 Tips for Martial Artists

Over the years, we’ve seen athletes, coaches and trainers make a lot of mistakes.  This article will help you learn from others, avoid pitfalls and train smarter.

5. Crawling Variations for BJJ

Crawling is one of the best exercises for grapplers.  These crawling patterns from Dewey Nielsen are guaranteed to help you get stronger, more coordinated and increase your gas tank.

6. Matt Gifford’s Fight Crew System

Matt works with some fo the best athletes in the UFC.  This article walks us through his thought process when training fighters.  Killer info!

7. Fitnex Footwork

Aaron Gonzales shows us some of the techniques he uses to develop his athletes feet, ankles, timing and more.

8. 11 Ways to Naturally Increase Your Testosterone Levels

TRT and steroids are a hot topic these days.  Here are 11 ways to naturally increase your testosterone levels, be more energetic, improve your health and stay strong.

9. 5 Pillars of MMA Conditioning

Max Shank is the king of simplicity and is one of the strongest guys we know.  These 5 pillars can help you organize your workouts, get strong and improve your gas tank.

10. Bulgarian Bag Basics

The Bulgarian Bag has been used by the US Olympic Wrestling team for years.  Stphen Nave walks us through some basic movements using this powerful tool.

So there you have it…the Top 10, most popular articles from 2014!

Hopefully you found these articles useful and it helped you improve your strength and conditioning for your sport.

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