When most people work a heavy bag they hit it WAY too hard, resulting in injuries to the shoulders and body, rather than getting good practice.
Pummelling is both an integral part of any combat sport as well as a great warm up. Even if you don't know any martial arts, this video can teach you the pummelling basics.
Looking for a different and more mellow way of warming up your body for your workout? Sitting at your desk and feeling groggy?
Holding pads in boxing is not only important, but it's a lot of fun...when done properly! Learn how to do it safely and with good technique.
The "Upstairs-Downstairs" principle is applicable in many martial arts - MMA, BJJ, muay thai, wrestling, self-defense and more. Learn the principle as it applies to a variety of sports.
Martial arts is not just useful for fighters, but can spice up the workout or warm-up of anyone's exercise routine. Learn the basics of the Muay Thai leg kick in this video.
Looking for a new and interesting way to get your abdominal muscles warmed up before a workout or before BJJ/MMA training? Check out this kimura warm-up drill.
Coach Traver shows up the "dummy up." Taken from Jiu-Jitsu and MMA, this drill is a great calisthenic exercise to spice up your warm-up or exercise routine.
The foot jab, or teep, is a fundamental movement in Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing). Here is a quick breakdown of the technique. This is a great kick to use in your workouts or in a warm up.
Sometimes people are nervous to try shadowboxing for warm up because they are afraid they don't know how. In this video, coach Traver Boehm walks us through a great shadowboxing routine.
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