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Hey Brian. you did a great analysis of the recent fight. I just wanted to give you my thoughts since i am a big jds and cain fan. I believe the sole reason JDS was outstruck by Cain, and appeared so sluggish, had poor footwork, had no angles, etc was because he was simply dead tired. He was worn out. He was gassed. Once your muscles are exhausted, your heart and lungs are burning, you really can't do anything and its an effort to even keep standing. once a tank runs of a diesel, its useless, and its abandoned or blown up to deny the enemy. cain has amazing cardio. I see on youtube he shows some of his workouts and was performing 50 leg raises in a row. cain must do significant amounts of cardio training, perhaps lots of running, swimming, lots of weight based exercises focusing on high volume and very high repetitions to build his strength endurance. I can't really find much information about his training regimen. I suspect that JDS hardly does any endurance focused training at all. The best strength endurance athletes in the world are professional rowers or russian kettlebell lifters like ivan denisov or valery fedorenko. These men are extremely strong, and yet have incredible muscular and cardiovascular endurance, far superior to Cain. These men would be incredible fighters in the octagon if they ever decided to join the ufc. Personally, with my limited mixed martial arts experience, I believe that superior strength endurance will very often trump superior skills. JDS is the second best fighter in the ufc heavy weight, and he only has enough gas in the tank to last for max 5 min if you push him hard, get in his face, and never relent like cain does to him. overeem get tired very easily too, within the first round. This is very radical, but I believe UFC should set new minimum fitness requirements for their fighters. e.g. must be able to do 40 pull up in a row, 100 squats in a row with 30kg barbell, run 10km in under 45 min, Then this would ensure that fighters can last more than at least 2 rounds. I suspect that a lot of ufc fighters have become too complacent (or lazy ) with fitness training particularly endurance training. Its very hardwork to build endurance, and takes a lot of self discipline to achieve results.



6 months ago
vce56wrote on Brian Cox wall
Hey Brian. you did a great analysis of the recent fight. I just wanted to give you my thoughts since i am a big jds and cain fan. I believe the sole reason JDS was outstruck by Cain, and appeared so sluggish, had poor footwork, had no angles, etc was because he was simply dead tired. He was worn out. He was gassed. Once your muscles are exhausted, your heart and lungs are burning, you really can't do anything and its an effort to even keep standing. once a tank runs of a diesel, its useless, and its abandoned or blown up to deny the enemy. cain has amazing cardio. I see on youtube he shows some of his workouts and was performing 50 leg raises in a row. cain must do significant amounts of cardio training, perhaps lots of running, swimming, lots of weight based exercises focusing on high volume and very high repetitions to build his strength endurance. I can't really find much information about his training regimen. I suspect that JDS hardly does any endurance focused training at all. The best strength endurance athletes in the world are professional rowers or russian kettlebell lifters like ivan denisov or valery fedorenko. These men are extremely strong, and yet have incredible muscular and cardiovascular endurance, far superior to Cain. These men would be incredible fighters in the octagon if they ever decided to join the ufc. Personally, with my limited mixed martial arts experience, I believe that superior strength endurance will very often trump superior skills. JDS is the second best fighter in the ufc heavy weight, and he only has enough gas in the tank to last for max 5 min if you push him hard, get in his face, and never relent like cain does to him. overeem get tired very easily too, within the first round. This is very radical, but I believe UFC should set new minimum fitness requirements for their fighters. e.g. must be able to do 40 pull up in a row, 100 squats in a row with 30kg barbell, run 10km in under 45 min, Then this would ensure that fighters can last more than at least 2 rounds. I suspect that a lot of ufc fighters have become too complacent (or lazy ) with fitness training particularly endurance training. Its very hardwork to build endurance, and takes a lot of self discipline to achieve results.



6 months ago
vce56wrote on Brian Cox wall
Hey Brian. you did a great analysis of the recent fight. I just wanted to give you my thoughts since i am a big jds and cain fan. I believe the sole reason JDS was outstruck by Cain, and appeared so sluggish, had poor footwork, had no angles, etc was because he was simply dead tired. He was worn out. He was gassed. Once your muscles are exhausted, your heart and lungs are burning, you really can't do anything and its an effort to even keep standing. once a tank runs of a diesel, its useless, and its abandoned or blown up to deny the enemy. cain has amazing cardio. I see on youtube he shows some of his workouts and was performing 50 leg raises in a row. cain must do significant amounts of cardio training, perhaps lots of running, swimming, lots of weight based exercises focusing on high volume and very high repetitions to build his strength endurance. I can't really find much information about his training regimen. I suspect that JDS hardly does any endurance focused training at all. The best strength endurance athletes in the world are professional rowers or russian kettlebell lifters like ivan denisov or valery fedorenko. These men are extremely strong, and yet have incredible muscular and cardiovascular endurance, far superior to Cain. These men would be incredible fighters in the octagon if they ever decided to join the ufc. Personally, with my limited mixed martial arts experience, I believe that superior strength endurance will very often trump superior skills. JDS is the second best fighter in the ufc heavy weight, and he only has enough gas in the tank to last for max 5 min if you push him hard, get in his face, and never relent like cain does to him. overeem get tired very easily too, within the first round. This is very radical, but I believe UFC should set new minimum fitness requirements for their fighters. e.g. must be able to do 40 pull up in a row, 100 squats in a row with 30kg barbell, run 10km in under 45 min, Then this would ensure that fighters can last more than at least 2 rounds. I suspect that a lot of ufc fighters have become too complacent (or lazy ) with fitness training particularly endurance training. Its very hardwork to build endurance, and takes a lot of self discipline to achieve results.



6 months ago
vce56wrote on Brian Cox wall
Hey Brian. you did a great analysis of the recent fight. I just wanted to give you my thoughts since i am a big jds and cain fan. I believe the sole reason JDS was outstruck by Cain, and appeared so sluggish, had poor footwork, had no angles, etc was because he was simply dead tired. He was worn out. He was gassed. Once your muscles are exhausted, your heart and lungs are burning, you really can't do anything and its an effort to even keep standing. once a tank runs of a diesel, its useless, and its abandoned or blown up to deny the enemy. cain has amazing cardio. I see on youtube he shows some of his workouts and was performing 50 leg raises in a row. cain must do significant amounts of cardio training, perhaps lots of running, swimming, lots of weight based exercises focusing on high volume and very high repetitions to build his strength endurance. I can't really find much information about his training regimen. I suspect that JDS hardly does any endurance focused training at all. The best strength endurance athletes in the world are professional rowers or russian kettlebell lifters like ivan denisov or valery fedorenko. These men are extremely strong, and yet have incredible muscular and cardiovascular endurance, far superior to Cain. These men would be incredible fighters in the octagon if they ever decided to join the ufc. Personally, with my limited mixed martial arts experience, I believe that superior strength endurance will very often trump superior skills. JDS is the second best fighter in the ufc heavy weight, and he only has enough gas in the tank to last for max 5 min if you push him hard, get in his face, and never relent like cain does to him. overeem get tired very easily too, within the first round. This is very radical, but I believe UFC should set new minimum fitness requirements for their fighters. e.g. must be able to do 40 pull up in a row, 100 squats in a row with 30kg barbell, run 10km in under 45 min, Then this would ensure that fighters can last more than at least 2 rounds. I suspect that a lot of ufc fighters have become too complacent (or lazy ) with fitness training particularly endurance training. Its very hardwork to build endurance, and takes a lot of self discipline to achieve results.



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