Grip Like a Steel Vice THIS POST CAN BE SEE IN Issue #005 VIEW NOW >

Grip strength is incredibly important for BJJ, especially when training with the gi. A traditional gripper may help with finger grip strength but it won’t help with wrist strength or thumb strength which can both make a difference when trying to hold on to a wriggling opponent. These exercises will help you develop finger, thumb, and wrist strength that is functional for BJJ.

10 Minutes to Better Performance THIS POST CAN BE SEE IN Issue #004 VIEW NOW >

Having trouble making it to the gym for an hour a day? Maybe you don’t need to go. A new field of science called Metabolmics as looking at what happens inside your body during cellular metabolism. And they have found that just 10 minutes of exercise can go a long way.