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Plenty of well meaning combat sports athletes and coaches use strength and conditioning programs designed for other sports and constantly feel overworked and fatigued, while others ignore resistance training entirely out of fear or ignorance. But by using the system outlined in this manual, you can be a part of the small group that trains intelligently to become the best a Plenty of well meaning combat sports athletes and coaches use strength and conditioning programs designed for other sports and constantly feel overworked and fatigued, while others ignore resistance training entirely out of fear or ignorance. But by using the system outlined in this manual, you can be a part of the small group that trains intelligently to become the best athlete and fighter you can be. Scientific research and years of personal experience have gone into this complete guide to strength and conditioning for combat sports athletes. Inside you will learn to: -Program effective and efficient workouts -Periodize your training for long term success -Maximize strength, power, and mobility -Use the correct loading schemes to achieve your specific goals -Peak out at just the right time -Cut weight properly -Build elite level conditioning -Develop insane neck strength to reduce head trauma -Eat for performance and health -Train your mind for competition If you are an MMA fighter, boxer, wrestler, kickboxer, jiu-jitsu practitioner, or martial artist of any kind, this book has everything you need apply proper strength and conditioning to your sport!


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Plenty of well meaning combat sports athletes and coaches use strength and conditioning programs designed for other sports and constantly feel overworked and fatigued, while others ignore resistance training entirely out of fear or ignorance. But by using the system outlined in this manual, you can be a part of the small group that trains intelligently to become the best a Plenty of well meaning combat sports athletes and coaches use strength and conditioning programs designed for other sports and constantly feel overworked and fatigued, while others ignore resistance training entirely out of fear or ignorance. But by using the system outlined in this manual, you can be a part of the small group that trains intelligently to become the best athlete and fighter you can be. Scientific research and years of personal experience have gone into this complete guide to strength and conditioning for combat sports athletes. Inside you will learn to: -Program effective and efficient workouts -Periodize your training for long term success -Maximize strength, power, and mobility -Use the correct loading schemes to achieve your specific goals -Peak out at just the right time -Cut weight properly -Build elite level conditioning -Develop insane neck strength to reduce head trauma -Eat for performance and health -Train your mind for competition If you are an MMA fighter, boxer, wrestler, kickboxer, jiu-jitsu practitioner, or martial artist of any kind, this book has everything you need apply proper strength and conditioning to your sport!

46 review for The Combat Sports Strength and Conditioning Manual: Minimalist Training for Maximum results

  1. 4 out of 5

    Danny

    This is a decent book for martial arts practitioners and athletes with little strength and conditioning experience. Unfortunately, as someone with a few years of experience in the weight room, this book did not offer as many new insights as I had hoped. Still, it is solid, and I would agree with a lot of the author's philosophies. For example, Morrill stresses the importance of specificity by focusing on sport practice (sparring, rolling, heavy bag work). And his second priority is strength, whi This is a decent book for martial arts practitioners and athletes with little strength and conditioning experience. Unfortunately, as someone with a few years of experience in the weight room, this book did not offer as many new insights as I had hoped. Still, it is solid, and I would agree with a lot of the author's philosophies. For example, Morrill stresses the importance of specificity by focusing on sport practice (sparring, rolling, heavy bag work). And his second priority is strength, which is an easy, low hanging fruit for many fighters as opposed to power training. There's some good chapters on periodization (loading schemes chapter). How Morrill does autoregulation. He mentions a bit about training beginners vs more advanced athletes. There are clear examples of what a training week and cycle is and what kind of exercises to perform. One criticism I have is that the book can be too minimalist. I get that it's in the title, but there are some serious gaps. For example, the conditioning chapter is just a couple of pages. Yes, conditioning is part of the skill work involved. But there's more to it then just sparring more as the competition date gets closer. Conditioning can't be delegated entirely to skill coaches. Afterwards there are a couple examples of circuit training and then a hodge podge list of conditioning exercises (sled dragging, tire flips, burpees, etc.) without any explanation or clear organization.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    Solid Lean Efficient This book is a great place to start for beginners or those looking to lay a more solid foundation and insert a complete regimented program that can be modified for each individuals goals, level of comprehension, and abilities. It is efficient gives examples when needs too, no ego or stating anything is absolute and offers suggestions when appropriate.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jens Amund

    Very clear and actionable advice. Appreciated that the book remained focused on the topic at hand without many digressions.

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