” and “is Dana White still the UFC President?”
They were all good questions — and we should be asking them to help not only promote Bellator’s first show on CBS, but to fill out Bellator 123 card. Instead, they will play over and over again on social media as Bellator 121 (plus Trujillo vs. Twiggs) gets plastered all day long.
And maybe people won’t tune in because Bellator has moved its flagship property from Saturday nights to Wednesday nights — traditionally a time for reruns and sitcoms and the like. The goal of Bellator 121 (and this is no surprise) was to keep McGregor hot — which it did — by doing what every other promotion tried: free shows, live events abroad, etc. But Bellator didn’t have to go this route, as it had an easy option as well: increase ratings by putting their best fighters on TV instead of just getting those fans excited about building up their television show then plugging it into a meaningless fight card that would have been placed at any random time throughout the quarter-hour slot anyway.
I decided I would watch Bellator 121 because if I got a story out of Scott Coker placing his best fighter against a guy with limited experience who wasn’t going to be able to pull off being competitive or entertaining enough for me to care much about whether he knocked him down five times or submitted him once
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This is a much debated topic in the Crossfit community. Most recommend that you do at least 2-3 times per week for beginners to develop strength, endurance and fitness. Experts recommend continued training of this pattern for 3 months before changing, if the athlete is not experiencing any significant positive adaptations. If you are just starting out it is recommended that you start with two days per week, progressing to three or four over time based on your ability and experience level. I use active rest days (active meaning I can still get my WOD done) between workouts so my patterns look like this: Day One = Crossfit Hero Level one/Moderate effort session (4 sets of 5 reps at LT or 7+ reps at CFH), Repeat 4 times per week. Day Two = Active Rest day Day Three = Crossfit Hero Level Two /Threshold work (5 sets of 6-8 reps at LT or 9-11 reps) + Regular Strength Exercise (2 sets of 8-10 Reps), Repeat 4 times per week Day Four = Recovery day! No exercise, Run after workout cardio* , Walk after workout cardio* , Recovery Session!, Active rest day ! ! ! ! *Physical activity during recovery time helps with muscle glycogen levels replenishment which translates into increased performance during future workouts.* *It also gives me plenty of opportunities to learn new drills/techniques without fatigue setting in.* *Crossfit uses an advanced interval methodology which requires an advanced understanding of how
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