Monthly Archives: February 2011

Breezy’s first Strength and Conditioning Session

Breezy’s first big day in Strength and Conditioning Therapy So a few weeks ago, my wife had injured her back while working. After 3 weeks of light physical therapy and pain medication her doctor recommended some more aggressive Strength and Conditioning therapy to get her back to 100%. Well she went in today for what…

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Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning

Eric Wong’s Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program. I recently had a chance to thoroughly evaluate Eric Wong’s Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning program, and I have to say, I’m pretty impressed. Strength and Conditioning are a vital part of any athlete’s training regimen, and Eric has definitely taken it to a new level for Mixed…

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Tae Kwon Do Kicks – Front Kick pt. 3: How to use the Front Push Kick in your TKD Kickboxing

Tae Kwon Do Kicks – Front Kick pt. 3: How to use the Front Push Kick in your TKD Kickboxing So far in TKD kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do Kicks, we have covered 2 variations of the front snap kick. We are changing pace to cover the front push kick. The Front Push Kick is…

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TKD Kickboxing – Front Kick (UFC 126 Silva vs Belfort Knockout Kick)

Hey everyone. Today I have a further breakdown of the Front Snap Kick which I had discussed in a prior video. After UFC 126 where Anderson Silva Knocked out Vitor Belfort with this kick, I’ve had some people asking exactly how to execute it. Now, it’s very similar to the first version: Raise the Knee…

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TKD Kickboxing – The Roundhouse Kick

Here is a breakdown of the basic version of the roundhouse kick from the rear leg. When done properly, this will work a variety of muscles, including calves, quads, glutes, abs, obliques, and lower back. Try it out for yourself. Here is a step by step breakdown on how to do the basic Taekwondo Roundhouse…

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