The Biggest Secret to a Street Fighters Conditioning

One secret in a street fight is the way you are conditioned for it. Fighting in the street is another
animal. Years ago I learned in Shotokan Karate that no one in the street fights this way, how did
I know this? When I was charged at and I realized just somethings will not work.

I found that the guy in good condition usually gets the better of the fight when it comes down to
throwing punches and wrestling, can’t breathe – can’t fight! In the street quickness and explosive
power is a welcomed friend.

In the street all things go together so I can’t understand why people have different training days
for different parts of a fight. If you want to get in great condition train like someone trying to
survive in the street.

Try this tough workout.

You need a two heavy bags or a sand bag but a bag to throw punch and kicks, two things to explode
onto for pushups. it’s for 15 minutes non stop.

From the ground shoulder the heavy bag two times on one shoulder than two times on the other, drop
the bag put bag gloves on now kick and throw punches as hard as you can for 30 seconds to one minute

Drop the gloves go right into 5 explosive pushup – from the ground explode on to what ever you set up
at least 10″ in height.

Continue this for 10 to 15 minutes as hard as possible this little circuit works everything you need.

After 5 to 8 rounds things start to get heavy, it gets harder to throw punches and kicks and you feel
like you have a weighted vest on. But you keep going and think if I quit I’m DEAD! There are no rounds,
referee and no stoppage. Train like your life depends on it.

I finished off with 1×5 dowel rod pushups and 10 two wheel superman roll outs from a standing position.

You can try to do pullups or jump rope just finish strong.

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube


  1. Bronson! Now that’s a real convict conditioner.

  2. Martin Sandhurst says

    Yeah, right–Bronson used sandbags in his cell.sure he did :-s

    You want bodyweight strength buy convict conditioning, not this wilman step-up aerobics bullcrap

  3. Considering most street fights last 30 seconds or less, doing 15 minute rounds doesn’t make much sense. You don’t see 200m sprints doing 3-mile repeats.

  4. BrooklynChuck says


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