“If you are tired you’re not strong, if you are tired you’re not fast, if you’re tired you don’t have good technique, and if you’re tired you’re not even smart”
We talk a lot of about “cardio” in jiu jitsu. Of course, when we say that the person has “good cardio” we mean that he has good endurance. Many coaches and athletes agree that good endurance is probably the most important physical aspect of jiu jitsu. The most important part of jiu jitsu is technique of course, but after technique comes the strength and endurance. Of course, everybody knows that training is number 1 factor, and we agree of course, but it’s far from the only.
The assault bike is good for cardio exercises like running, swimming, walking, or skating make use of a large group of muscles in our body. … Using this bike in your routine will increase your aerobic capacity without losing strength over time.
Using air resistance, the Assault AirBike scales automatically to how hard you want to work. The harder you pedal, the greater the resistance. It’s simple physics with big benefits.
Coach Phil Daru shows how to use the assault bike to improve your grappling endurance:
Rolling Strong combines scientific exercises and routines specifically geared towards grappling.
Phil Daru is a performance coach for over 200 Elite Level Fighters in all aspects of combat sports.
Learn a comprehensive approach that covers everything from proper warmups to exercises designed to improve your guard!