“Wrestle Like a Girl” Camp Inspires Female Wrestlers

The weekend of June 8-9 Paradigm was the proud host of the first annual “Wrestle Like a Girl” all-female wrestling camp.  Over 50 young wrestlers between the ages of 5

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Kevin Warren: “10-Weeks to Beach” Program Results

The picture on the left was taken last July, the day before I competed in my first NPC Men’s Physique show. The pictures on the right was taken yesterday, the

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How to Beat a D-1 Wrestler in Grappling/BJJ

Wrestlers can be a pain to face in a grappling/BJJ match. They are known for having a strong take-down game, can be hard to sweep, and are notorious for exerting

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3 Tips for Perfect Kettlebell Swings

Kettlebell Swings are one of the best all-purpose exercises available to athletes.

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Benefits of “Wim Hof Method” for Athletes and Martial Artists

Wim Hof, known as “The Iceman,” is a Dutch yogi and daredevil famous for his world records related to cold exposure: longest ice bath, longest swim under ice, and climbing

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Excelling at Wrestling When No One Else Cares

About the Author: Coach Steve Woods served in the United States Air Force for 21 years where he wrestled for ten of those years. In addition to wrestling for the

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Sage Northcutt at Paradigm

Super Sage Northcutt shoots a promo video for Labrada Nutrition at Paradigm.

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Tips for Wrestlers Transitioning to BJJ

Wrestling in the US has over 250,000 participants at the high school level alone. But, less than 4% of those go on to wrestle in college, and an even smaller

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Kids “MMA”—How to start?

The best way to get started on the path to success in MMA is to build a strong foundation in wrestling, boxing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ). At Paradigm we

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“Wrestle Like a Girl” Coming to Houston

Women’s wrestling is on the rise. Women’s wrestling has only been a part of the Olympics since 2004, and since that time Women’s Team USA has been a major international

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