Combat Sports Nutrition E-Book explains how you can get the most out of your Brazilian Jiujitsu, Wrestling, Boxing and MMA Training.
With the eBook you will:
Discover how proteins carbs and fats affect your body
Increase Your Training Performance and Recovery
Which foods to eat to perform at maximum capacity.
Start cutting weight properly and effectively
Receive meal plans for you to perform well and recover even better.
Learn the optimal amount of Protein, Carbs and fat you need on a daily basis
Discover how important vitamins and minerals are to combat athletes
and lots more!
Combat Sports Nutrition E-Book covers the specific needs and strategies for competitive combat athletes. Athletes and coaches from all levels will learn how to optimally eat for performance and health. Combat Sports Nutrition is a very different type of nutrition book. It covers the fundamental science, but also takes it much further with a supporting psychological and philosophical support system. Because combat sports are so brutal and unforgiving, unlike any other sports, they require a much more invested approach. This book offers that and much more. The author is a sports nutritionist with inside knowledge of competitive combat sports and is able to provide a very different perspective from other nutritionists. (Professional MMA fighter and BJJ Black Belt). This book is specifically designed for competition focused fighters of all levels in the following sports: MMA, Muay Thai, Boxing, Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Judo and any other unarmed physical combat activity. Covers: basic nutrition knowledge, menu planning, weight loss/ cutting, performance strategies, supplement use, and the mental game.
BELLATOR 183 Henderson vs Pitbull is an upcoming event on Spike on September 23. 2017. Also on the card is Nelson vs Ayala tickets are on sale thru Tickmaster for the event, at the Sap center in San Jose California. Bellator is also a large promotion in the MMA World with many current and previous fighters from the UFC.
Bellator 183 “Henderson vs. Pitbull” takes place Sept. 23, 2017 at SAP Center in San Jose, Calif. The live broadcast on Saturday night starts at 9 pm ET/6 PT and is headlined by a Lightweight contest between former WEC & UFC champion “Smooth” Benson Henderson and long-time Bellator MMA knockout artist Patricky “Pitbull” Freire.
Fans probably won’t want to wait until the main card starts to arrive though. Bellator has announced the first 5,000 ticket holders through the doors will receive a limited edition bobblehead of “The Last Emperor” Fedor Emelianenko, last seen fighting Matt Mitrione at Madison Square Garden in a fight that included a spectacular double knockdown.
That’s not all.
Fans who arrive early enough can actually participate in a meet and greet with Emelianenko himself. This special event is for ticket holders only and goes down in the concourse level from 3:30-5:30 p.m. PT. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to reserve a place in line.
The fight card for the evening also includes “Bellator Kickboxing 7,” which takes place the same night but will air after Bellator 184 “Dantas vs. Caldwell” on October 6th. The updated line-up of fights for Sept. 23 in San Jose is below.
BELLATOR FIGHT CARD
LIGHTWEIGHT MAIN EVENT:
Patricky Pitbull vs Benson Henderson
HEAVYWEIGHT CO-MAIN EVENT:
Jay Ayala vs Roy Nelson
WELTERWEIGHT FEATURE FIGHT:
Lorenz Larkin vs Paul Daley
These are the three main fights on the card. That evening, SAP Center in San Jose will also play host to Bellator Kickboxing 7, which features a welterweight world title main event with current champ Karim Ghajji (97-13-1) set to defend his title against Raymond Daniels (11-3).
The Mayweather vs McGregor clash on Saturday in Las Vegas sets record high pay per view buys in the U.S. pay-per-view market.
The Dubliner Conor McGregor made his professional boxing debut against five-weight champ Floyd Mayweather at the T-Mobile Arena, moving across from mixed martial arts for a twelve round light middleweight contest.
Mayweather vs McGregor
Saturday, August 26 at 9pm ET
Witness the super-fight that no one believed was possible when legendary undefeated world champion Floyd Mayweather battles UFC superstar Conor McGregor in the most anticipated sporting event of the year.
Mayweather Mcregor Super Fight
The fight was shown on Showtime pay-per-view and was priced at $99.95
Following a good start, a fatigued Conor McGregor would unravel and was eventually stopped standing in the tenth round.
A mega event, the cross codes clash has seemingly smashed all pay-per-view records. Was this bout the MMA star vs the future fall of fame boxer?
UFC President Dana White, who was heavily involved in the making of the fight, claimed on his Tuesday Night Contender series that the fight pulled in a whopping 6,500,000 buys. This sets the record for the highest pay-per-view event ever.
Official confirmation of the figure is expected soon.
The previous American record stood at 4,600,000 buys, set by Floyd
Mayweather’s fight against Manny Pacquiao in 2015.
Numbers for the UK and Ireland, where the fight was aired on Sky Box Office, are yet to be confirmed – however Matchroom Promotions boss Eddie Hearn has noted before the fight that they were huge and potentially record breaking.
The prices on this side of the Atlantic were £19.95/€24.95, rising by £5/€5 on the day of the fight.
The previous record in the UK and Ireland was for Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko in April which, while unconfirmed exactly, were over 1,500,000.
The sport of Muay Thai demands discipline and respect. At Nak Muay Thai-Lao, we emphasize both discipline and respect as well as control and technique. Muay Thai is the ancient art from Thailand.
HISTORY OF MUAY THAI
The origin of Muay Thai, as a fighting style, is thought to have developed for centuries as tribes migrated south from the steppes of China through Vietnam, Laos, Burma, and Cambodia. The major tribes of that period, one of which was the (Tai) Siamese, fought fiercely to survive as they moved south and encountered other smaller tribes in what is now northern and central Thailand, and as far south as Malaysia. Through training, loss of life, military tactics, and hand-to-hand combat, technique and tactics were honed to a razors edge, and the rudimentary elements of a “fighting-style” began to take root.
Older soldiers and fathers taught their students and sons the offensive and defensive tactics and techniques, proper posture and position, and skills to enhance awareness. Those students and sons went on to teach their children, and the roots and permanent structure of an “effective fighting-style” began to strengthen. Proper technique and power strikes were a vital element in war that requires hand-to-hand skills. Each strike and movement is meant to deliever a debilitating and crushing blow, and enable the fighter to move on to the next opponent quickly without leaving himself exposed to an attack.
It would seem that the evolution of the most-effective hand-to-hand form of combat evolved in a rather Darwin-like manner demanding survival of the fittest: those who fought well…….lived and taught others before falling themselves.
The Thai were on constant guard against attack from neighboring countries, including Burma and Cambodia. Enemies for centuries, the Burmese and Thai fought several wars wreaking destruction on both countries. Muay Thai was primarily a part of the Thai culture during this period and was a mandatory training as part of the Thai military of that time. The military continued to train soldiers for centuries in the art of Muay Thai: defining, and refining the skills, tactics, and techniques with the wars against the Burmese, Cambodians, and other invaders.
Young Thai men returning from a tour of duty with the military soon engaged in matches for sport and fun in villages and towns. Each province, town, and village would support a local fighter who showed some promise and skill. Older warriors, survivors of many battles and engagements of the enemy, became Muay Thai instructors and teachers [ Kroo Muay]. The love of the sport, and a need for the defense of the kingdom made Muay Thai a part of the Thai culture for the next 500 years as generation after generation passed the skills on to the next.
Master Airr firmly believes that fighters and students should be well trained and well informed about the culture that comes along with the sport of Muay Thai. Not only are fighters expected to be strong and conditioned, they are expected to fight with common sense and intelligence. Fighters should fight clean, they should use good traditional Muay Thai technique, and they should always stay humble.
Our trainers are highly skilled in the martial art of Muay Thai. They work with you on at your pace to grow in technique and skill, whether you are training as a fighter or using Muay Thai as a fitness tool.
Master Airr Phanthip
Master Airr Phanthip is the owner of Nak Muay Thai Lao and an inducted member of the Martial Arts Hall of Fame. In 1978, Master Airr became involved in Muay Thai at a refugee camp in northeastern Ubon, Thailand at the age of 14. He fought numerous times as a junior fighter throughout the country side of Esan, and has continued to train ever since. He has worked and trained with a number of world champions over his 30 years of experience. His goal is to emphasize respect, culture, and physical fitness in his Nak Muay Thai Lao Gym.