Superfit: Royce Gracie's Ultimate Martial Arts Fitness and Nutrition Guide by Royce GracieSuperfit: Royce Gracie's Ultimate Martial Arts Fitness and Nutrition Guide by Royce Gracie

Superfit: Royce Gracie's Ultimate Martial Arts Fitness and Nutrition Guide

byRoyce Gracie, James Strom, Kid Peligro

Paperback | February 1, 2004

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Royce Gracie has teamed up with James Strom, fitness coach for Keyshawn Johnson, Serena Williams, and the University of Southern California Trojans, to create a customized program for martial artists. This unique program of strength training, cardiovascular routines, flexibility exercises, and nutrition includes step-by-step, full-color workout plans for beginner, intermediate, and black-belt practitioners. Provided are guidelines for working out solo or with a partner, information on complete nutritional programs for different body types and martial art styles, and injury-prevention tips. This book is appropriate for beginning martial artists wanting to sharpen their bodies and minds, black-belt instructors looking for new ways to improve and motivate their students, or anyone interested in building a body of extreme effectiveness.
Royce Gracie shocked the world when he entered the Ultimate Fighting Championship (the largest pay-per-view event at that time) in 1993 as a 170-pound unknown and defeated much larger opponents in record time. He went on to win two more UFCs and now teaches around the world. He is the author of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Self-Defense Techniqu...
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Title:Superfit: Royce Gracie's Ultimate Martial Arts Fitness and Nutrition GuideFormat:PaperbackPublished:February 1, 2004Publisher:Invisible Cities PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1931229333

ISBN - 13:9781931229333

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“James Strom has been training me for the past 10 years. He played an important role in my being selected the number one draft choice in the 1996 NFL draft, and in my being picked for three Pro Bowls.”  —Keyshawn Johnson, wide receiver, Tampa Bay Buccaneers