I have posted before about recovery routines before, elements of which can used after both sports training and weight training sessions. I have also spoken before about the need for deep belly breathing post training also. In brief using deep belly breathing we can re-establish parasympathetic dominance and get out of stressed state training encourages.
The warm-up is often the most important and most often overlooked parts of a training session. Why is it so important? A warm-up often acts as barometer of your physical state there and then on the day. People often just rush through it without taking stock of how you feel. It is an opportunity to
One of the most common flexibility complaints from Grapplers and BJJ’ers alike is the issue of tight hips. Sitting down really does a number on your ability to adduct (close) and abduct (open) our hips, for the veteran who does plenty of those weird spinny leg BJJ warm-ups (you know the ones) this may not