Monthly Archives: May 2015

A Talk w/ MMA strength coach Adrian Gonzales

Fight Camp Conditioning


Adrian Gonzales works with some of MMA’s best fighters, including Andre Orlovski, Carlos Condit, Cowboy Cerrone and many others.
https://fightcampconditioning.com/podcast/mma-strength-coach-adrian-gonzales/

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Capoeira Roda de Rua

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On May 1st (labor day in Venezuela) my Capoeira group organized a Roda de Rua — basically a street demonstration of all the fighting, dancing and music that comes with Capoeira. We set up on a pedestrian street called Sabana Grande, near Plaza Venezuela. Now, I’ve always enjoyed watching street performances, from magicians to musicians, but this was the first time I was part of one; it was pretty fino cambur.

Since I’ve been making videos recently with the Cameo app, I decided to do one for the Roda de Rua as well. Enjoy!

CAPOEIRA | RODA DE RUA from Michael Stein-Ross on Vimeo.

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UFC 187: Andrei Arlovski vs. Travis Browne video highlights

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LAS VEGAS – [autotag]Andrei Arlovski[/autotag] continued his incredible – and improbable – resurgence at UFC 187 with a massive Round 1 upset TKO of highly ranked heavyweight [autotag]Travis Browne[/autotag].

Arlovski (24-10 MMA, 13-4 UFC) hurt Browne (17-3-1 MMA, 8-3-1 UFC) early and often with heavy punches, repeatedly putting “Hapa” on rubber legs. Browne’s chin held up as well as anyone could reasonably ask as he managed to survive barrage after barrage, even managing to uncork a counter while still hurt that dropped Arlovski.

Arlovski survived the ensuing flurry from Browne, hurt him once again and continued to fire away until the referee was forced to jump in and award Arlovski with the TKO win.

Check out the video highlights of the fight, which aired on pay-per-view from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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UFC 187: Chris Weidman vs. Vitor Belfort video highlights

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LAS VEGAS – [autotag]Chris Weidman[/autotag] had to survive a scare against [autotag]Vitor Belfort[/autotag] to successfully defend his UFC middleweight championship, but once he took over the fight, he took it over for good.

Belfort (24-11 MMA, 13-7 UFC) connected with some very big shots early in Round 1, at one point landing a big flurry of uppercuts to the chin of the champion in the clinch. Weidman (13-0 MMA, 9-0 UFC) got through the bad spot and scored a takedown moments later.

Once the fight hit the floor, it was over. Weidman attacked from half guard, moved to mount and fired away with shots until the referee was forced to call a halt to the action as Belfort turned to his side and covered up.

Check out the video highlights of the fight, which aired on pay-per-view from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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UFC 187: Daniel Cormier vs. Anthony Johnson video highlights

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LAS VEGAS – [autotag]Anthony Johnson[/autotag] gave it everything he had in his UFC 187 main event against [autotag]Daniel Cormier[/autotag] but his power shots were not enough to overcome the chin and grinding game of Cormier.

Johnson (20-4 MMA, 10-5 UFC) came out firing heavy shots and connected repeatedly. Cormier (16-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) was forced to fight through an absolute onslaught that seemed as though it might not stop. Cormier tried to make Johnson carry his weight in a body lock against the cage and that seemed small at the time but set things up for later in the fight.

By the end of Round 2, Cormier had managed to utilize his wrestling and Johnson seemed badly fatigued in his corner. A tired Johnson was there for the taking in Round 3 as Cormier again put the fight on the floor but this time managed to take the back and sink in a rear-naked choke…

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A Muay Thai Champion Pretended To Be A Nerdy Girl At The Gym Before Owning The Trainers

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Germaine Yeap is a renowned Muay Thai championship fighter, but to the unlucky employees at one Malaysian gym, she was just another wimpy nerd hopelessly trying to bulk up. They had no idea who she was, and after watching her feebly hit a punching bag, why should they?

Yeap spared with one of the trainers, who told her, “I don’t think you’ll hurt me; it’ll be safe,” while another added, “Don’t be scared. It’s not salsa.” Finally, after being fake-knocked down, the real Yeap came out, and she went to town on that poor guy. His ego never stood a chance.

“Do you need a break?”

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