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Organizing BJJ & Lifting


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Struggling to organize your Strength & Conditioning and Jiu Jitsu training? Chad Wesley Smith discusses some principles to help guide your decision making process. Subscribe to the channel to make sure you see upcoming videos on Strength & Conditioning for BJJ.

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