If you’ve ever wanted to know how to peak for a BJJ competition, then listen in. My guest this episode is S&C coach Rob Nitman, who has been in the sports performance industry since 2014 and is currently a BJJ blue belt.

We dive into peaking strategies for the weight room, conditioning protocols that really work for BJJ players, and answer some of your questions on training in the weight room for improved performance on the mats.

Time Codes

0:00 Introduction

0:38 How Rob got into S&C

4:08 Where Rob learned the most; placements or on his degree

12:17 Standout moments from Rob’s coaching career where creating buy-in was the last piece of the puzzle

15:07 How Rob came across the bizarre art of murder yoga

18:27 The specifics of what caught Rob’s attention during his first BJJ class

20:07 Landmarks in Rob’s learning on his own BJJ path

25:39 Why bother with S&C for BJJ?

30:55 What kind of training makes up the basics of S&C for BJJ?

31:20 Why might performing a powerlifting program not be suitable for BJJ?

34:04 What should S&C look like as we approach a BJJ competition?

43:54 Where conditioning fits into the S&C picture

47:05 What type of aerobic work Rob recommends

53:13 How the Ribeiros like to do their conditioning

54:35 Is Gordon Ryan hitting the mark with his gym training or is he way off?

1:01:33 Questions from listeners


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