Joined 10 years ago from Washington, DC
George Hariri is a martial artist and thai boxer of over 12 years. During this time he has built great expertise in exercise science, fitness, and nutrition.
In addition to his physical pursuits, George is a graduate of The George Washington University where he studied international business and graduated summa cum laude. Since then, he has been involved in numerous startup businesses, including several where he acted as CEO.
George is a modern renaissance man and enjoys writing and sharing his knowledge not only pertaining to exercise and business, but life in general.
10 years ago
Kinetic linking helps maximize punching power We all know by now—or at least we should—that arm and shoulder strength play a minuscule role in the power of an upper body strike. I’m going to stop here and talk a bit about what exactly is...
4 years ago
Muay thai and MMA fighters frequently deal with shin injuries. In muay thai and MMA, we kick and block with our shins, so they tend to take a beating. Bruises, swelling, and hematomas, are common for practitioners.
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