Paul Kindzia was immersed in the world of marathon and triathalon for many years before immersing himself in BJJ, even going so far as to write a book on the topic called ‘Master Jiu-Jitsu, Master Life‘.
He’s got a really interesting story because he went from a fat 220 pound accountant living on soft drinks and fast food to a 13 time elite Ironman. And now he’s a highly ranked BJJ masters athlete
In this episode we focus on the lessons that can be brought into BJJ training from the endurance sports world, including efficient training, effective recovery, minimisation of injuries and maximising your time on the mat.
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Find out more about Paul Kindzia’s book, Master Jiu-Jitsu, Master Life, by clicking here.