Jamie Hughes- British Champion, 4x Welsh Champion.
Amateur MMA fighter (9-2). Representing Celtic Pride Martial Arts and Pedro Bessa BJJ.
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Wednesday, 18 September 2013
Training in the Rio Climate: What to Expect, Tips and How it Will Improve your Jiu-Jitsu
The #1 Tip For Training BJJ in Rio Climate
The most useful tip when training here in Rio’s climate is to stay hydrated! You won’t believe the amount of people who arrive and don’t keep themselves adequately hydrated, and their training suffers as a result. Make sure during the day you always have a bottle of water at hand and you are constantly rehydrating yourself, this will be particularly important during and post training. Be sure to drink plenty of water during a tough training sessions and also supplement your water intake by having some agua de coco or Gatorade to ensure you leave yourself hydrated after training.