Cosmopolitan (Philippines) - - Hot & Healthy - Mus­cles worked where def­tacphilip­

KATS SIOZON, creative di­rec­tor, 29 sport Jiu Jitsu what it does “My body be­came stronger and firmer, my re­flexes im­proved, and my mind got sharper. It also taught me to re­lease stress and anger on the mats but to ex­er­cise con­trol,” says Kats. Calo­ries Burned (per hour per pound of body weight) 3.25 to 4.87 calo­ries

Tri­ceps, bi­ceps, del­toids, back, fore­arms, abs, quadri­ceps.

Kas trains with DEFTAC Pilip­inas, an or­ga­ni­za­tion led by pi­o­neers of Philip­pine Jiu Jitsu. The coaches in­struct in gyms around and out­side Metro Manila so you can pick the sched­ule most con­ve­nient for you. Jiu Jitsu re­quires a lot of move­ment so make sure you have proper sup­port. Try the adi­das tech­fit molded Bra, which fea­tures com­pres­sion tech­nol­ogy and re­in­forced straps that elim­i­nate bounce.

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