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There is one common thread amongst all MMA fights. Shane Doan Jersey . If one fighter gases, he usually gets beat up pretty bad from that point on. My experience says there is no feeling worse than being man handled by a professional MMA fighter. As a strength coach, I like to actively train with the fighters I work with. Well I used to. As long as I live, I will never forget the feeling of working out and wrestling for the first time with Lew Polley, Jesse Taylor, Thierry Sokoudjou, Dan Henderson, and Tarec Saffiedine. My first time working at Quest as a strength coach had me learning a lot about wrestling. I took part in an "easy session" and at the end of the15 minute warm-up, I got teamed up with Hendo. I was tired, he was just starting. At 20 minutes I had been tossed more than 20 times, and had tapped to his clinch. There was more. Next stop was Sokoudjou. At 21 minutes into practice, my "friend" tossed me about three feet with the fastest hip toss Id ever seen. I laid on the mat in a pool of sweat, needed a minute to love life again. While I took some deep breaths Sokoudjou skipped. We got a new partner ever five minutes. I was everyones "break". It went on like this for 39 more minutes, one beating to another. Single leg takedown drills, wrestling for top position. I never once threatened anyone for position. I did however, threaten to throw up on Jesse. I think back to that practice every time I train in the gym. I realize that no matter how physically fit I get, its a whole different world to be on a mat and working with pros. The sport of MMA is unbelievably physically demanding. To this day, four years later, I have not been able to mirror the intensity. There is one solid trick to try to get as close as possible. Disrupt your breathing. If you have never played sports with a mouth guard then you have missed out on something special. However, the athletes I work with in MMA are using a brand new guard by SISU and its a game changer. The athletes can actually breath, talk, and drink while its in. Putting in a mouth guard while you run is the most basic way to change your breathing, and raise the intensity. If you jump to YouTube, you can see some of my videos where I train with the "Training Mask". The goal is not to create high altitude training, the goal is to make it tough to get a full deep breath. That forces your intercostal muscles, and diaphragm to work harder. Its the same situation as having a 200 + lbs MMA superstar on your chest, or with their arms digging into your ribs. When that happens, you cant get a full breath. When you do your sprint training, try putting in a mouth guard or incorporating a training mask device. That was the focus for me this week. Tuesday and Thursday I did my cardio sessions with a SISU mouth guard, and they went like this. 10 minutes to warm up on the treadmill, adjust to the mouth guard. - 8 x 20 second on 10 second rest sprints on the treadmill. 10 on incline, and fast as safely possible- 8 x 30 second on 30 seconds of rest bike sprints- Then back to the treadmill- 4 x 30 second of back peddling 15 seconds of rest. Incline at 6 and as fast as safely possible- Then a 5 minutes jog without a mouth guard, and then 5 minutes to cool down Takes roughly 30 minutes to get it all done. It feels terrible while its going on, but the recover and energy burst from finishing will be a huge boost to your entire day. I said it before in this article, you cant boo any athlete until you try the basics of the training. Most pros can do this type of cardio with their eyes closed. They gas out because there is nothing that can prepare them for the entire event, and the intensity of being in a real life fight. 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No timetable was given for Bledsoes return but the team said in a news release that he "will pursue a possible return to action during the second half" of the season.Two teams at opposite ends of the spectrum with regard to their success in 2013 get together in Edmonton tonight, as the Eskimos host the Calgary Stampeders in a West Division battle at Commonwealth Stadium. Watch the action unfold live on TSN at 8:30pm et/5:30pm pt. And get in-depth player stats, Twitter Trender and more on TSN.cas GameTracker. Sporting the best overall record in the CFL after 16 weeks of action, Calgary sits alone atop the division standings with a mark of 12-3, giving the squad a four-point lead over Saskatchewan with three games left in the regular season. Obviously the Stamps have already locked up a spot in the 101st Grey Cup Playoffs, but there are still many variables to be worked out. As it stands, if Calgary picks up a victory and Saskatchewan falls to British Columbia, the Stamps would clinch first place in the division. Should the Stampeders come out on top in this outing and the Lions defeat the Roughriders, then at least Calgary would be assured a home playoff game. The good news for the Stamps is that they are going up against one of the worst teams in the league this year in Edmonton, a squad which has bowed in three straight and won a grand total of just three games in 15 opportunities. The Eskimos are in the division basement, as is Winnipeg over in the East with an identical record. Edmontons most recent downfall came against Saskatchewan last Saturday afternoon in an uninspired 14-9 final at Mosaic Stadium. The Esks were paced by Mike Reilly who converted 17-of-34 pass attempts for 244 yards and a pair of interceptions. With the defeat, Edmonton was officially eliminated from the playoffs. Kicker Grant Shaw was responsible for seven of his teams points, thanks to a pair of field goals and a single, while the other two points came when the Roughriders conceded in the end zone. The Eskimos generated a mere 80 yards rushing, the leader there being Reilly who gained 42 yards, and were also hurt by 13 penalties which added up to a loss of 115 yards. While Edmonton was ushering itself out of a potential playoff appearance, a long-shot at best, the Stampeders were breaking a 26-26 tie in the fourth quarter with a six-yard TD reception by Clifton Smith and a 65-yard interception return for a major by Chris Randle, en route to a third straight victory and the seventh in the last eight outings. As he has been all season long, Calgary kicker Rene Paredes again played a key role in the win for the Stamps over BC, knocking through ffour of his five field goal attempts and finishing with 16 points overall. Arizona Coyotes Jerseys. Kevin Glenn stepped up and converted 22-of-37 passes for 259 yards and two touchdowns, working his way through an interception and a couple of sacks. Also having an impressive outing for the hosts was running back Jon Cornish who registered a game-high 130 yards and a major on 15 attempts. Cornish, who won the CFL rushing title a year ago with 1,457 yards, breaking the 56-year old single-season record for rushing by a Canadian in the process, has already bettered his efforts from 2012 in terms of yardage and tied his personal high with 11 rushing TDs. The non-import has gained at least 100 yards in three straight games and a total of seven times overall in 2013. Not only does Cornish lead the league in rushing overall heading into this week, he is also tops in terms of yards from scrimmage with 1,865. While Cornish is punishing defenses on the ground, Glenn and the passing attack is dicing up secondaries with close to 69 percent passing accuracy, leading to 31 touchdowns which is second only to Saskatchewan which has tossed 32 majors. With just 10 INTs, Calgary can also be proud of the fact that it is second in the CFL with an efficiency rating of 107.9. In terms of the all-time series between these two programs, Edmonton owns a 123-87-3 advantage in regular-season contests dating back to 1949. However, recent history has not been nearly as kind to the Eskimos who have dropped six straight regular-season encounters. The most recent meeting took place during Week 10 with the Stamps slipping by in a 37-34 home win. Edmonton, which scored just seven points through the first three quarters, made things interesting by posting 27 points in the fourth frame, but even that effort left the visitors short as Bo Levi Mitchell and Glenn combined to throw three touchdowns to Maurice Price. Reilly had an up-and-down performance for Edmonton as he completed just 16- of-35 passes for 246 yards, was sacked six times and tossed a pair of interceptions, but at the same time he tallied four aerial majors. Edmonton has nothing to play for at this point other than being a spoiler, but these final games might also be opportunities for some of the backups to get real-time experience and have on-the-job training for next year. But at the same time, the Eskimos can also throw caution to the win and go all out without having to worry about the ramifications, a fact that could work against Calgary. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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