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Rope Climber Sweep with Q5 Athlete Nic Gregoriades

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Nic shows us a slick little sweep from open guard.


Check out this sneaky Rope Climber Sweep with Q5 Athlete Nic Gregoriades!

Posted by Q5 Sports Nutrition on Monday, November 9, 2015

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Silly Discounts on Amazon

I thought you might want to know that we have some silly discounts going on right now for Pure New Zealand Whey protein on Amazon.

(Only chocolate is available today but vanilla should be available later this week.)
We only have a small quantity available at this price so now is the time!

Here's the link - Pure New Zealand Whey.

Stay Alpha!

PS - Want a 25% off coupon code for your next purchase?

If you have a minute to leave us a review on Amazon...

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Jiu-Jitsu Changes Lives

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Some train for medals, some train for confidence, some for fitness, and some for fun. But jiu-jitsu can be a healing art as well as a fighting art. Major respect for Ian Edge and his journey. Stay Alpha brother!


A arte que muda, salva e Transforma pessoas...

Posted by Felipe Neto on Saturday, September 5, 2015

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Robson Moura Training for Polaris

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Q5 Athlete Robson Moura is getting ready for his big match with Baret Yoshida at the Polaris Invitational event on September 12th! If you have a grueling training schedule Q5 products can help you push further and recover faster. Use code ROBSON to save 10% on your next order!


Everyday I feel better,on my condition training @cooper_sportsperformance is...

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Closed Guard Attack Sequence in Three Parts

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If you've ever had trouble breaking the posture of a big strong opponent while they are inside your guard, or finishing the armbar from closed guard, you'll love the tips in this video from Nic Gregoriades.

Nic covers techniques and tricks for breaking a strong posture, dealing with getting stacked when attempting the armbar, and finishing the arm bar from the 'spiderweb position' when your opponent has hidden his wrist and you can't break his grips.