Epi 73 Interview with Steve Maxwell Part 2

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Steve Maxwell

Steve Maxwell

This is part 2 of our interview with Steve Maxwell, part 1 can be found here. Steve Maxwell is one of the first Americans to receive a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.  He was the first person to start teaching kettlebells in the United States.  At the age of 62 he travels the world teaching BJJ and life style fitness.  Find more info about Steve Maxwell here.

We talk about:

  • When people hit their physical peak
  • Not getting injured with your off the mat training
  • Training BJJ into your 70’s, 80’s and 90’s
  • Over training and the point of diminishing returns
  • Explosive training and BJJ
  • Strength training for any sport
  • The myth of Cardio training
  • Sport specific training
  • His traveling minimalist lifestyle (every thing he owns fits in this 45L backpack)
  • Some great life advice for everybody


Quote of the week: “Don’t measure the work, measure the change, and use that to evaluate your work” The BjjBrick Podcast, Episode 73

Article of the week: “4 Jiu JItsu Lessons From Bruce Lee” by jiujitsubrotherhood.com

Catch us next week for another episode of The BjjBrick Podcast