Co-host of Fight Study on @SouthpawPod

Joined December 2012
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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Jason Sargus retweeted
On this Fight Study, we were only going to study Oliveira vs. Gaethje, but ended up also analyzing Canelo vs. Bivol, Namajunas vs. Esparza, and Ferguson vs. Chandler. @LiberationistMA @JasonSargus ko-fi.com/post/Fight-Study-1…
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Replying to @Wangchanboi
Commentary mentioned every single fighter that he’s ever beaten besides Felder.
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Replying to @DanTomMMA
Dan, you are so god damn accurate that I don’t even compliment your skills anymore. I just read your tweets and nod while I whisper “respect”.
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Replying to @LiberationistMA
I also wonder this.
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Jason Sargus retweeted
JJ Redick one of the only respectable people at ESPN
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Replying to @LiberationistMA
Hahahaha. This is brilliant… 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 @grapplerronny
You and me both, my friend.
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Replying to @HueroJack
And I also have a problem with su·per·cil·i·ous /ˌso͞opərˈsilēəs/ behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others.
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Replying to @HueroJack
Right?!
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