About Wilson Camilo Uribe Neira

Desarrollador y operador web en la búsqueda de una idea para crear una startup y/o una buena a la cual unirme.

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  • Wilson shared from a Personal Document
    Willie Pep's famous line “He who hits and runs away, lives to fight another day” should be taken as a training maxim for anyone who hopes to avoid becoming a flat-footed brawler.
  • Wilson shared from Finding the Art: Essays on the Principles, Tactics and Techniques Which Govern Combat Sports by Jack Slack
    Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s favoured method of connecting elbows on his opponent is to lift his lead elbow high in front of his opponent as they charge in. This is similar to Holyfield's lowering his head into the path that he knows his opponent's face is coming in on. Foul play but seen as the opponent running onto a head or elbow rather than a deliberate strike.
    Note: Mayweather elbows
  • Wilson shared from Conditioning for Combat Sports by Steve Scott, John Saylor
    In every combat sport, whether it’s a grappling-based activity, a striking activity or a combination (such as MMA), you gain nothing by training slow. Always train to be fast.
  • Wilson shared from Conditioning for Combat Sports by Steve Scott, John Saylor
    Active rest is any light to moderate activity that promotes circulation, maintains some degree of general fitness, and most importantly, is fun. This might be in the form of some other sport or game, hiking in the forest, going for a bike ride, or swimming. Water training, especially in a natural setting, is especially good for restoration.
  • Wilson shared from Conditioning for Combat Sports by Steve Scott, John Saylor
    One of the main reasons athletes suffer knee injuries and hamstring pulls is because they have a muscular imbalance between the quads and hamstrings. Usually their quads are much stronger than their hamstrings. The hamstrings should be at least 60% of your quad strength.