Travis Stevens is probably the hardest working judoka around…
Travis Stevens aka ‘The Judo Silencer’ is a judoka from the United States who in 2016 achieved a silver medal in the Rio Olympics. He is also a BJJ black belt under the legendary John Danaher.
Stevens has said that he trains up to 6 times a day!
Stevens has been vocal in the past about his views on Crossfit. Check out this article “I’m an Olympian and I will Never Do Crossft” where he says exactly why he felt that it was a waste of time for him.
Strength training has been a key factor to my success in grappling. I have heard that some people feel that strength doesn’t matter and it’s purely technique and you don’t need it. I would highly disagree. I do know the difference from weight lifting for muscle building, endurance, and also recovery! All of which are considered weight lifting. Even during that last part of my career I spend 7 days a week in the gym for at least 1 hr. It’s important for just a healthy lifestyle. Thats why FUJI Fit exist. To show everyone all the different things I used to help me fight through three Olympic Games. Make sure you visit the website it’s completely free!! .
It consists of 3 circuits of :
Lunges – 5 each leg
Lateral Lunges – 5 each leg
90 degree lunges – 5 each leg
SLDL – 5 each leg
Push Ups – 10 reps
Straight Leg Situps – 10 reps
Straight leg raises – 5 each leg
Bear crawl – 10 steps
Squat to toe touch – 5 reps
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90 degree lunges:
Straight leg sit ups:
Straight leg raises:
Squat to toe touch:
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