Julio Cesar Chavez vs Roger Mayweather
Floyd Mayweather’s uncle and current trainer, Roger Mayweather, fights the Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez. Roger is know as the “Mexican Killer”- a nickname picked up as he racked up victories over solid competition of Mexican heritage. Julio has other plans in mind and refuses to cooperate with “The Black Mamba” (another nickname for Roger).
Jason Khalipa Talks about the Shoulder Press, Push Press, and Push Jerk
CrossFit Journal Preview (http://journal.crossfit.com).
You can push jerk more than you can push press, and you can push press more than you can shoulder press. No secret there.
But did you know that most can push press roughly 30 percent more than they can shoulder press and push jerk roughly 30 percent more than they can push press? So says CrossFit Founder and CEO Greg Glassman.
Although not an obvious core-to-extremity movement, the shoulder press requires midline stabilization, says HQ trainer Matt Chan.
“You’re using your body … as a brace, basically,” he explains. “And basically you’re trying to resist hyperextension of the lower back as you press.”
The push press, meanwhile, allows for a quicker cycle time of the same weight, says HQ trainer Pat Sherwood. And the movement feels more metabolic.
Finally, the push jerk is “the weightlifting equivalent of slappin’ somebody in the face,” says HQ trainer Adrian “Boz” Bozman. “It’s a big wind-up and, bam—you’re done. It doesn’t happen slowly. It hits you pretty hard.”
Robson shows an option for escaping from the Omoplata, using his base and hands to prevent being pushed down, then grabbing his hands to move out of danger. Great transtion to control from there. Please share and subscribe!