What do real martial artists think of MartialBody

  • Bjoern Friedrich

    “Together with the "Connection" Course this is my favorite martialbody course. There are tons of exercsies with clear and precise explainations. Also a lot of theory about how this stuff is working and why you should do it. I would suggest this vou...”

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    “Together with the "Connection" Course this is my favorite martialbody course. There are tons of exercsies with clear and precise explainations. Also a lot of theory about how this stuff is working and why you should do it. I would suggest this vourse for anyone who wants to become quicker and more agile regardless what kind of martial arts or sport he is doing. ”

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The MartialBody - The foundation of the greats

Why do high level Martial Artists ‘feel’ different when they apply technique? How do the greats create such power in such small space? How does the lightweight BJJ World Champion feel crushingly heavy? How does the skinny Muay Thai Champion hit like a truck? They have all, to some degree or another developed what we call the ‘MartialBody’.

Attributes not Aesthetics

The MartialBody isn’t defined by aesthetics, it isn’t simply how big your muscles are or how good your cardio is, instead it is defined in the ‘attributes’ that make the greats great. How they are Heavy beyond their size, Stable as a mountain, Linked together, Agile and quick, complex in their motion and Fluid of mind.
Attributes not Aesthetics

Specifically structured for results

MartialBody is a progressive and logic