Scott Burr is an interesting guy. He’s holds a black belt in multiple martial arts, is a former MMA fighter, a strength coach, published fiction author, and has the distinction of being Steve Maxwell’s first and only black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Mark and Scott recently took part in Jim Smith and Steve Maxwell’s recent videos, 3D Strength & Real Resets and sat down to do this podcast in a hotel in Elmira, NY. The two talk about what it’s like to come of age and have multiple interests in front of you, but no real path; strength and conditioning, and of course, jiu jitsu and MMA. Check it out!
Steve returns to Functional Meatheads to talk with us about world travel and how cultures and people live their “healthy” lives differently across the globe, jiu-jitsu, eating habits, poor mental accountability, fashion, and much more. It was a great conversation and if you enjoyed our first one with Steve, you’ll love this one. Recorded on location in the Lower East Side, NYC, NY.
It’s all in the title: We take an in depth response to a listener question on burpees, which escalates into a philosophical musing on programming. We also follow-up on the Steve Maxwell interview from #87.
Steve Maxwell, one of the “patron saints” of Functional Meatheads, joins us for a long chat on how to use your training to for optimal living, training for fun and for sport, and many other topics. This was a special one. He even tells us how he trained Royce Gracie for UFC 1!
Froy continues to discuss the morning rituals of Steve Maxwell.
Froy presents the “morning rituals” of master trainer and BJJ black belt instructor, Steve Maxwell, as Maxwell shared on his appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience. These are practices Maxwell does every morning upon waking to keep himself healthy. They’re applicable to anyone, but particular helpful as you age. Tune in!