Monthly Archives: October 2010

Making Friends with Gravity

Most of us will never visit outer space. This means that gravity will be a constant in our lives – that powerful force that sends unsupported objects crashing down to the ground. Because we can’t change it, we have make … Continue reading

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Perspective, Plateaus, and Progress

Grappling is a complex skillset with innumerable variables. In addition to technical complexity, grappling involves an ever-changing environment of training partners who each possess unique abilities and skillsets. Further compounding the issue is a skewed population of skill-levels: numerous beginners … Continue reading

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Circuit Training on the Mat

  One of the challenges you’ll face as a coach is how you organize practices for maximum efficiency. In any given training session you want to accomplish as much training as possible in the least amount of time. This article … Continue reading

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