When training to build muscle, Brain Stann eats like a horse mainly because he's working like one, and needs a lot of nutrient dense foods to keep him properly fueled. He lives and breathes all aspects of his fighting career and does everything he can to build explosive muscle to be stronger, faster and more powerful than his opponent. If you want the muscles it takes to defeat your foe, check out Brian's personal muscle building plan.
Terms you'll need to know
Triset - Three exercises are performed consecutively without any rest.
Giant Sets - Four or more exercises are performed consecutively without any rest.
Failure - That point in an exercise at which you have so fully fatigued your working muscles that they can no longer complete an additional repetition of a movement with strict biomechanics. You should always take your post-warm-up sets at least to the point of momentary muscular failure, and frequently past that point.
Isometrics - Isometric exercise involves producing force in a static position, with the result that joint angle does not change. Typically, these exercises are performed against an immovable object or weight.
Grappling/No-Gi Grappling - Grappling refers to the style of fighting focused upon in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. No-Gi grappling refers to grappling without wearing the standard jiu-jitsu uniform known as a gi.
Day 1: Grappling and Striking Drills with Bag Work.
Day 3: Morning, Wrestling. Evening, Striking Drills
Day 4: MMA Training and grappling with strikes. Striking Bag Work.
Day 6: Brazilian Jui Jitsu Training
Day 7: Rest