Category Archives: MMA

Greek Mountain Tea – Review


  Greek Mountain Tea has a range of benefits Reduces Anxiety (study) Increases brain-power / cognitive function (study) It is a powerful anti-oxidant (study)   It’s a strange one because it increases cognitive performance but also has a mild sedative … Continue reading

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Do Altitude Masks Work?


Do Altitude Masks Work? In a word “yes” Altitude masks have 2 main physiological effects: 1. They generate a hypoxic training environment – by restricting oxygen intake 2. They strengthen respiratory muscles – by making it more difficult to breathe … Continue reading

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Is Coconut Oil Bad for You?


Nutrition has become a lot like discussing politics and religion recently. People get emotionally attached to a diet or an opinion and sometimes miss the bigger picture. Nutrition is not black and white unfortunately. The great coconut debate is a … Continue reading

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Infrared ‘Sauna’ Light Review (Available on Amazon)


I have had an interest in saunas since Dr Rhonda Patrick spoke about them on the Joe Rogan Podcast. There’s quite a bit of science to back up the claims for health, recovery and performance. All good things when it … Continue reading

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Shin Conditioning at Home for MMA & Muay Thai


Shin toughening, shin conditioning, shin rolling, whatever you call it, is a huge aspect of Muay Thai. Checking shins is a horrible, horrible feeling, but try kicking the bag for the first time and that’ll almost floor you too! Get … Continue reading

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Dr Rhonda Patrick – Vitamin D


Sourced from: FoundMyFitness Vitamin D Infographic. Low levels of vitamin D are associated with stress and illness. Although correlation does not necessarily equal causation (i.e. low levels of Vitamin D in stressed people, doesn’t mean it’s the vitamin D that’s … Continue reading

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Boston Crab Submission in MMA


This guy pulled off the wall of Jericho, AKA the Boston Crab in an MMA fight: Image Taken from Sherdog.com Forum (probably the best MMA forum in the world, especially now the Cagewarriors forum is gone!)   Check out some … Continue reading

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NSI 189 Review (Suprising ‘Side Effect’)


NSI-189 is a nootropic drug that is still in the clinical-experimental stages of research. It has been shown in studies to alleviate major depressive symptoms and to increase the size of the hippocampus (the ’emotional’ part of the brain) by … Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Increase Positive Energy


Not directly MMA related, but an optimistic mindset and enthusiasm will definitely help with the grind of training and pre-fight nerves. Positive Self Talk Have a mantra such as “Cool, calm & collected” Here‘s a list of other possible mantras … Continue reading

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The Book of 5 Rings – Summary


Born in the 16th century, near the end of the Japanese civil war, Miyamoto Musashi was a nomadic samurai who fought in a small number of battles, but dozens of duels. He is known as Japan’s greatest swordsman. The book … Continue reading

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