BJJ Tips: Adding Strength to Your Training Equation

I am a strong believer that true strength is a skill, hence you should practice it with weight, rather than blindly work out. I recently came across a very interesting book by Dan John, an acclaimed strength and track & filed coach, on the basics of lifting. It’s a very basic approach that fits in with the Part-Time Attitude. Dan’s generosity allows to download the book for free from his website. It’s a good read, even if you don’t want to follow the programme exactly or at all, as he gives great advice on how to lift properly. Not just the usual back-straight-lift-with-your-legs stuff that most know, but much, much more.

Take the opportunity to learn from an excellent coach.

Ps. I have never met Dan or had any contact with him. I just like the book. There is nothing to sell and, as always, you should consult a physician before you start anything physical.

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