Co-host of Fight Study on @SouthpawPod

Joined December 2012
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Replying to @NikLentz
Common fans are willfully ignorant and experientially ignorant for sure. Rogan was the only voice I remember hearing saying Ronda would beat Mayweather in an MMA bout. I鈥檓 not sure I read any legit voice say anything about Ronda and beating Floyd in boxing though.
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I started teaching graduate school at my alma mater, West Virginia University. But damn, I miss coaching.
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Replying to @LiberationistMA
Bring me back, brother 馃檹
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Replying to @testosteronejew
Never a bad time to re-share this video of George Carlin.
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Fatigue state drilling can be incredibly effective when done correctly. Some rules I use are: 1. Do not introduce new skills when fatigued. 2. Be aware of technical breakdown and cease reps once form is compromised. 3. No crazy shit unless you're in the market for a blown ACL.
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Damn!!! Really good stuff here! Fatigue state drilling is excellent. I swear by it. But so many meatheads do it sooooo wrong and get mass reps with shit form. They just down understand skill work and technique acquisition.
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This is extremely general, but still, a solid format that allows for adjustment in time and intensity.
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Replying to @Wangchanboi
Commentary mentioned every single fighter that he鈥檚 ever beaten besides Felder.
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Replying to @DanTomMMA
Dan, you are so god damn accurate that I don鈥檛 even compliment your skills anymore. I just read your tweets and nod while I whisper 鈥渞espect鈥.
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Replying to @LiberationistMA
I also wonder this.
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Replying to @LiberationistMA
Hahahaha. This is brilliant鈥 And so true.
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Replying to @KarlitoRichII
Ughhh. Really? That makes me sad.
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Replying to @MacMallyMMA
Jake Paul vs Gabriel Rosado would end this nonsense quickly.
Replying to @USMAN84kg
Hahahahahahaha. Holy shit is that dumb.
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Replying to @LiberationistMA
馃槉馃槉
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Replying to @grapplerronny
You and me both, my friend.
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