Josh D. Koscheck is an American mixed martial artist born on November 30, 1977. He is presently fighting at welterweight for the Ultimate Fighting Championship. His first step towards fame was when he appeared on the reality TV show The Ultimate Fighter. When he was five years old, Josh started to practice martial arts. At 12, he decided to take a break on doing martial arts. When he came back, he fought various fights and eventually won several awards on NCAA Division such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place. When he appeared on The Ultimate Fighter, he fought with Chris Leben whom he defeated via unanimous decision. Soon after, he fought and won different martial arts fights and championships which made him became one of the notable martial artists in the world.
Josh is known for his famous workout which is called MMA kettlebell conditioning circuit. Sounds a little difficult, but according to him, “Whether or not you follow MMA, you’ve seen the athletes and know they are ripped, strong, and extremely durable. If you follow this workout, you can get just as strong and lean, all you need is a single kettlebell and a bit of grit.”
In addition, he explained about how he usually does it. “Do as many reps of the first move as you can in 25 seconds,” he said. “Then take five seconds to rest and go to the next exercise. Repeat this until you’ve done all the moves in the circuit. It should take about five minutes — the length of an MMA fight round.” Now this sounds really challenging!
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 36)
Height: 178 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches
Weight: 77 kg | 170 lbs
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