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The JuggLife | Scheduling Jiu Jitsu and Strength Training w/ Corey Beasley


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Figuring out how to schedule strength training around your jiu jitsu training is one of the most prevalent problems facing athletes who are trying to do both. Chad Wesley Smith is joined by Corey Beasley of Fight Camp Conditioning to discuss some important considerations for organizing your training.

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