July 2006

If you’re a hard training combat or grappling athlete, you’ve simply gotta read this article It comes to us from Dr John Berardi and Michael Fry, co-authors of The Grappler’s Guide to Sports Nutrition, a new book detailing exactly how wrestlers and grapplers of all types should be eating and supplementing to opttimize their body weight during both training and competition. And not only do we like the book. The Brazilian Top team uses and endorses Dr Berardi and Mike’s ideas. Grapplers fighting in Pride, UFC, and Real Pro Wrestling use them. And a number of grappling coaches across the world...

Most guys by age 25 aren’t all that accomplished. They might be just finishing up their schooling, or have recently moved out of their parents’ house. The average guy wouldn’t come close to graduating from the number one-ranked Kinesiology program in the United States, let alone hold a Masters degree in Kinesiology, and be a published author with over 70 articles to his name. Nor would he, with a body-weight of 165 pounds, hold a world record and some national titles in power-lifting with totals of 1532 pounds. No, the average guy wouldn’t be training professionals and Olympic athletes and...