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Master Eddie Brochin talks about the benefits of having multiple Focusmaster G-1000's in martial arts schools, gyms, and training facilities.

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Nexersys incorporates elements of mixed martial arts fighting strategies for a high-intensity, user-directed workout.

Nexersys features a truly unique level of user interactivity. While other home gyms often feature a platform on which a series of prescribed exercises may be done, the Nexersys experience is actually built around nuanced interaction with its users.

At its core, the Nexersys trainer is a striking machine featuring seven padded accelerometers. The accelerometers gauge how powerfully users strike the pads. This information, along with caloric burn rate, heart rate and more, will be displayed on a 19-inch flat-screen LCD monitor in order to help provide the user with real-time exercise feedback.

A readout of workout metrics is nothing particularly new in the world of fitness equipment. Nexersys takes the metrics to a new level by including sophisticated interactive software with sound. This software uses the monitor to help guide exercisers through a carefully calibrated series of follow-me programs. These exercises are supplemented with unlimited number

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The 8th Street Gym is Grand Junction's Premier MMA and Fitness Facility.

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@ Heroes Martial Arts, San Jose, CA.

Urijah's speed is off the charts.

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Cage Fitness is a complete fitness system that is based on the structure of a championship mixed martial arts bout. What this means is that Cage Fitness will give you a total body workout over 5 – 5 minute rounds. The key elements that Cage Fitness focuses on are endurance, strength, power, and core. This is accomplished through our 5 round fitness system. The rounds are broken up into the following categories: Warm Up, Upper Body, Lower Body, Combo Round, Cool Down/Core.

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Here is a great, quick MMA, boxing, or striking tabata workout. Tabata training is 4 minutes in total; 20 seconds of high intensity and 10 seconds rest for 8 rounds. In this workout I chose to do Jab, Cross, and 2 body shots as the combination. I did a quick warm up before starting and this is just a great little workout when time is limited. For more information and workouts, check out Focusmaster.com and facebook.com/FocusmasterFitness

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