Mike Mahlers Aggressive strength for MMA

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by lostwarrior, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. lostwarrior

    lostwarrior White Belt

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    Does anyone have this dvd? Is it any good?
     
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    yes it is very good if your into kettlebells. I own both of his DVD's and he did a good job on both.
     
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    Its awesome, again if you do KB.
     
  4. my big toe

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    Hey Mike, how often do you do kettleball training? Do you have just one set?
     
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    i got it,u can get like all the info and exercises for it from articles on his website
     
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    During the season with wrestlers 2-3 times a week. Grapplers 3-4 times a week pending on where they are at with their overall levels.

    Wrestlers I work conditioning 90% with kettlebells. Grapplers 70% Cond 30% Strength

    I have 6 sets of them due to training with a wide range of people.

    they are a great tool for grapplers and for people who dont have a lot of space to train. You can get a really great workout with only 1 bell so dont think you need tons of them as they do come with a price.....
     
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    Thanks Mike, good info. Not trying to hijack here, but just wanted to add to the discussion. I've been considering kettleball training...Mike Mahler is local so I may do a seminar with him at some point.
     
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    how heavy could you suggest?
     
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    16 -24kg is a good place to start.
     

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