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Date: 09/08/2021
Title: Cherry Beach Sept1-2021 Reboot
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Date: 04/30/2021
Title: Making your IP work for you – Part II
Tag cloud: backend operational, video available
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Today’s episode, I’ll show you the end product, end user view of what and how they see the data based on their user profile i.e the belt they are determines what curriculum content they see.

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Date: 03/29/2021
Title: OracleLife Tire Training – Tire Rolling, an introduction
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Come check out a new type of training. Tire rolling.
This new training method is great for solo drilling, training and exercise.

It’s particularly great for leg and core strength training.
Great also to work on some BJJ techniques such as DLR to back take, guard pull to toss up/drop into arm bar.

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Date: 02/8/2021
Title: TireMax – Legs
Tag cloud: intermediate, advanced, standup, sweep, take down, strong man, training programs
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TireMax – Legs

Up to now, we’ve heavily focused primarily on upper body.
Today’s routine takes one of our leg routines and gives it the MAX effect.

1. The Butterfly Sweep (aka leg raises, ab crunch):
This routine can be very very difficult using tires using the standard technique of single-leg raises.
The TireMax leg version again maximizes speed and burst strength by doubling up your legs.
There are two routines in one. a) The crunch. Using both legs within the tire, seated higher than the actual height of the tires,
lean back, arms crossed over your chest, bring the tires up as you would be doing a crunch. Perform a set of 10, repeat 3 times. b) Leg raises. Again, using both legs, lean all the way back (again seated higher than the tires) raise the tires as you would normal leg raises. Perform 10 times, repeat set three times.

I call this the butterfly sweep for a reason. We’re strengthening your quads and hamstrings, the two primary muscle groups required to properly perform this sweep.

2. The Osoto Gari (aka leg trip take down):
This routine is best performed by advanced students, simply for the reason, this is in a separate martial arts domain, Judo. I am not a Juto professional and not an Osoto Gari expert. However, having said that, I am always game to try and improve my stand up/takedown game. This routine takes your tires and makes use of them in a super cool new way. a) standing facing away from your tires and preferably leaning against a wall or chair for bracing. Place your leg through the tire(s) backward, hooking your foot/ankle within the tire. Leaning forward, raise the tire(s) high as you can, typically past the 90 degree plane. Gently bring it back down. Perform this 15 times, repeating 3 sets. Or as you feel comfortable.

This routine strengthens your hamstrings and lower calf muscles. These muscles are required not only for the Osoto Gari, but also for other Jiu-Jitsu moves like any technique requiring your hamstrings, like a leg triangle, back take or even having a strong open guard to fend off the smash and pass. You will know you need to work on these muscles if you’ve ever felt cramping in your hamstrings as you perform some actions that you are not used to.

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Date: 02/1/2021
Title: TireMax Pro
Tag cloud: standup, take down, requires speed, requires strength, strong man, training programs, comp training – shark tank, video
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Like TireMax, Pro is my next level up.
It’s advanced techniques that work in Max techniques and prerequisite.

Make sure either you’re a Pro competitor and watched the max version of this routine (see previous week).

1. SuplexMax Pro:
Just like SuplexMax, only on the down cycle bring the tire down in a slam with force. On the up cycle, using the bounce kinetic energy of the tire, continue to bring the tire back through another SuplexMax. Since kinetic energy transfer is maximized, your muscles are engaged throughout the entire routine. This further maximizes your burn, speed and explosion.

Repeat three sets 15 reps, or which feels comfortable for you.

2. SideHustle Pro:
Again, perform the regular SideHustleMax as normal. Only now perform this with one of two options: a) using a slight adjustment of the tire horizontal axis, the tire’s edge used to bounce off the wall provides you with incredible bounce hence ups the speed of your routine. b) mix in your routine with HARD slams where the tire horizontal axis aligns flat with the wall, offering the most SLAM! for your buck. (Hint! It’s also very satisfying).

3. 3PointMax Pro:
As you would normally only now see if you can manage to bounce it smoothly and cleanly off each bounce. Allowing for a greater set ie. aim for a goal of ten! Repeat three sets.

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