Frederick C. Hatfield – Conditioning For Martial Arts


Frederick C. Hatfield – Conditioning For Martial Arts

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There is a mountain of misinformation available in fitness magazines and (especially) the Internet pertaining to weight loss, fitness and sports training. When someone makes the commitment to train, and then seeks information on how to begin, they are almost always overwhelmed and confused. That’s why I made the decision to launch several years ago. I maintain my sincere hope that my teaching, writing and the Q&A forum has contributed significantly to dispelling much of the nonsense being passed off as expert advice. The many thousands of visits to each month bears witness to the belief that it has done just that.To further demystify training and nutritional science, and to encourage safe and responsible conditioning techniques in sports training and fitness activities, I decided to provide visitors to with e-booklets. Unfortunately, there has to be a nominal charge for these booklets, just to cover my production costs. I have written scores so far, and the work continues. To date, almost every sport and fitness activity on earth is listed at If your sport or activity is not listed let us know! The missing e-booklet will be available within a week. Guaranteed!This martial arts conditioning e-booklet contains information vital to improving anyone’s fighting ability. Certainly, given any level of skill, a stronger athlete is going to throw and hit harder. Certainly, careful attention to one’s eating habits and the prudent use of state-of-the-art nutritional supplements is going to improve anyone’s energy level, their ability to focus and their recovery capabilities. Just as certainly, if you’re one of the millions of martial artists in the world, your level of enjoyment at playing your sport at a higher level is going to improve with your increased strength and energy!Meet Dr. Fred HatfieldCurrently President and co-founder of the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA), Dr. Hatfield (aka “Dr. Squat”) won the world championships three times in the sport of powerlifting, and along the way broke over 30 world records, including a competitive squat with 1014 pounds at a bodyweight of 255 pounds (more weight than anyone in history had ever lifted in competition). Former positions include an assistant professorship at the University of Wisconsin (Madison) and Senior Vice President and Director of Research & Development for Weider Health & Fitness, Inc. Dr. Hatfield was honored by Southern Connecticut State University when they presented him the 1991 Alumni Citation Award. He has written over 60 books and hundreds of articles in the general areas of sports training, fitness, bodybuilding and nutrition. In addition to serving three times as the national coach of the U.S. Powerlifting Team, he has been coach and training consultant to several world-ranked and professional athletes as well as sports governing bodies and professional sports teams worldwide.



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