Hi! So if you know me then you’ll know that I am constantly pushing myself both mentally and physically in all aspects of the martial arts. Over the last 25 years I have trained in most systems, competed in MMA, became a bodyguard, achieved a black belt and became a coach in half a dozen diferent systems. I have trained in all forms of strength and conditioning and I never miss a beat. Over the years I’ve picked up a lot of info, some good some bad. I get asked for recommendations a lot and so I have compiled some of them onto this page. Read more

Christmas Training Plan

Merry Christmas from us at the Bristol Titans, I would just like to say a huge thank you to all of our members and friends of the club for supporting us and for all your hard work. I wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year!

Of course we are now shut for 12 days (booo) but I’ll be training throughout Christmas and for those of you who are looking for a routine here is a home workout plan that you can use to cram some extra conditioning in before we come back! Read more

How to boost your cardio for mma combat sports

Cardio is an essential aspect of training in the martial arts. With an increased capacity of your heart and lungs our Sprint interval training for MMA program not only allows you to fight hard but it also allows you to train harder for longer. 

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Neck Trainingneck training

As someone who coaches combat sports and hand to hand combat training I believe that everyone should train their neck. Strong necks are essential when training in any full contact system not only combat orientated but also sports such as rugby would do well to train this often neglected muscle group.  Read more

Training with and around Injuries in the martial arts 

If you train in a combat sport or full contact martial arts system then you will no doubt be accustomed to injuries. Taking knocks is a part and parcel of all contact martial arts such as Krav Maga, Boxing, Wrestling, Judo, BJJ and other martial arts. However there are things that can be done so that these injuries do not interrupt your training. Read more