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American Top Team Trainer and Olympic Boxing Gold Medalist Howard Davis Jr. On Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (May 29, 2009)
Posted in School of Boxing
Howard Davis Jr.

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

  • Our guest is the 1976 Lightweight Olympic Boxing Gold Medalist, President of Fight Time Promotions
    , and Florida American Top Team’s Boxing Coach, Howard Davis Jr.
  • We talk a bit about his work with Thiago Alves for his upcoming fight with GSP, and how _”GSP’s got nothing… (Read more)

The Ultimate Sandbag Creator Josh Henkin on Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (May 20, 2009)
Posted in Mixed Martial Arts S & C
Josh Henkin

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

  • Our guest is Josh Henkin. Josh is the owner of a premier strength and conditioning company in Scottsdale, Arizona called Innovative Fitness Solutions, he is a noted author and speaker, and the creator of the wildly popular Sandbag Fitness Systems
  • We talk about a bit about what exactly functional strengt… (Read more)

Serra Jitsu's Billy Hofacker on Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (May 13, 2009)
Posted in College of BJJ
Billy Hofacker

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

  • We talk about a bit about why Gi-work is important for MMA fighters, what parts of BJJ are of the most importance to the mixed martial artist, and why UFC middleweight Demian Maia has made a su… (Read more)

Top 100 Trainer Clay Burwell on Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (May 05, 2009)
Posted in Mixed Martial Arts S & C
Clay Burwell

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

  • Our guest is Clay Burwell…Clay is a certified USA Boxing Coach, founder of the High Performance personal training facility in New York City where he trains several celebrity clients and world class athletes, and has been recognized as “One of the top 100 trainers in America” by Men’s Journal magazine.

... (Read more)

Florian's Trainer Kevin Kearns On Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (April 24, 2009)
Posted in The MMA Diet
Kevin Kearns with Kenny Florian

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

TrainingforMMAfitness.com's Billy Hofacker on Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (April 15, 2009)
Posted in The MMA Diet
Billy Hofacker

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

  • Billy goes over an often overlooked supplement, it’s benefits to the fighter, and how and when to take it.
  • Make sure you download his Free Report, Int… (Read more)

The Easiest Way to Prevent Cauliflower Ear

By Jonathan Stamey (April 15, 2009)
Posted in Extreme Sports Med


For more beginner grappling tips please check out our BJJ Basics DVD by clicking on the image above

If you’re a fighter, wrestler, or grappler you know all too well what cauliflower ear is.

For those that don’t, it’s when … (Read more)

Caleb from TheFightWorksPodcast.com on Today's MMA in the Morning Podcast

By Jonathan Stamey (April 11, 2009)
Posted in College of BJJ
Caleb

On Today’s MMA Podcast:

  • I asked Caleb if it’s beneficial to the Mixed Martial Artist to roll with a Gi, how much training time should be devoted to drilling, and what would happen in a possible grappling match between Fedor and Dean Lister

How to Set up the Offensive Takedown for MMA

By Jonathan Stamey (March 18, 2009)
Posted in Wrestling School
Kenflo Demonstrating the Double Leg

In mixed martial arts competition there are two ways you should execute a takedown.

One is countering your opponent’s strikes with a takedown, and the other is setting up a takedown with strikes of your own. We’ll cover the latter from an orthodox stance.

The First Thing You Need to Make Sure of Before You Shoot In

Make sure you close the distance between you and your opponent.

A pr… (Read more)

One Muay Thai Kick That Needs to be in Your Arsenal

By Jonathan Stamey (March 14, 2009)
Posted in Muay Thai College
Muay Thai Push Kick

When you watch mixed martial arts competition you see plenty of kicks, but the one you don’t see utilized as much is the push kick.

Now the fighters that do use it always seem to be the ones whose base discipline is in-you guessed it-muay thai. Surprise surprise, right?

There are three very important reasons why they use it:

  1. To judge distance (similar to a jab)
  2. As a set up for ano… (Read more)

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