Cris Cyborg Finds Inspiration from Bruce Lee Ahead of Saturday’s Return to Boxing Ring

 Cris Cyborg will make her return to the Boxing ring this Saturday, Dec. 10 in Omaha, Nebraska as part of the main card of the Terence Crawford vs. David Avanesyan PPV. The bout will be her first Pro Boxing fight in the USA after the MMA Grand Slam Champion captured the FMS SuperWelterweight belt last September in her debut against Brazilian National Champion Simone Silva in her native hometown of Curitiba Brazil after 8 rounds of boxing. Returning at a fight weight of 154 lbs., Cyborg, the current Bellator MMA Champion, will be doing a 4 round fight against Army Veteran Gabby Holloway. Holloway, who made her professional boxing debut in 2016 and has faced top female boxer Raquel Miller, also competes in MMA where she is ranked top 10 in the world most recently losing a close decision to Bellator #1 contender Cat Zingano in her last MMA performance.

For Saturday’s fight, Cris Cyborg who normally conducts training camp at her own private facility in Huntington Beach relocated to Seattle, Washington and enlisted the help of rising trainer Jose Benavidez Sr., father of current Mexican boxing Superstar David Benavidez. When asked of the switch in the training environment, Cris Cyborg had this to say: “Team Benavidez is a family run gym and I can feel that passion from all of the coaches as they are excited to work with me. After only a couple of training sessions I noticed the improvements they made to my Jab, Defense, and overall footwork. I am excited to display my growth Saturday night.”

Following the conclusion of her training camp in Seattle, Cris Cyborg made it a point to visit the LakeView Cemetery which is the final resting place of Martial Arts legends Bruce Lee and his son Brandon Lee. For Cyborg, MMA’s winningest Champion the experience at the resting site was a special moment as she said, “Paying my respects to Bruce Lee and his son was the perfect finish to my training camp. Bruce Lee was such a great influence on Martial Arts and the art of fighting that and my visit was a chance to pay my respects and a time to reflect on my own journey and goals as I get set to head to Omaha Nebraska for Saturday night’s fight.”

For Cris Cyborg, the next step of her Martial Arts journey begins Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Chi Health Center in Omaha Nebraska. The full fight card will feature 10 fights with the Main event showcasing Terence Crawford vs. David Avanesyan. The Event will be available on internet PPV BLK Prime and traditional PPV providers InDemand, DIRECT TV, and DISH with tickets for fans wanting to attend the event live ranging from $60-$600.

For more information, visit CrisCyborg.Com/BoxingFight.

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Cyborg Training Expert Jean Fallacara Offers a One-of-a-Kind Neuroscience Calisthenics Program

 According to Statistics, the total market size of the global fitness industry is over $96 billion and is expected to grow at a rate of 7.7 per cent annually between 2020–2024. With a rise in fitness awareness, people are joining gyms in hopes of getting physically-fit bodies, often ignoring their mental well-being in the process. This is where calisthenics coach and entrepreneur, Jean Fallacara’s cyborg workout routine comes in.

The specialized workout plan by Jean Fallacara focuses on training athletes and other fitness-fanatics into training their body and mind together for a complete fitness approach. The calisthenics training expert’s neuroscience calisthenics program is designed to foster the mind-body connection to influence positivity while pushing a body’s strength limits.

Fallacara uses functional neuroscience to his advantage by teaching people how to ‘biohack’ their minds to gain better control over their body and to learn how to work toward their fitness goals with determination and focus.

According to Jean, “Strength training is an excellent way to train the mind and to improve the quality of life. We often focus on training the body and completely overlook the role our mind plays in helping us become the strongest version of ourselves. Once we tap into the mind, we can make healthy, lasting changes that will lead us toward fitness, even as we grow older. This is what my program focuses on a complete approach to fitness that lets people achieve unparalleled human performance.”

Apart from Cyborggainz, his virtual fitness program, Fallacara also owns the Biohackers Magazine and regularly hosts a No Plan-B Podcast to talk about the importance of mental wellness along with physical fitness.

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About Jean Fallacara

Jean Fallacara is a bodyweight strength training coach, author of Neuroscience Calisthenics: Hijack Your Body Clock, owner of Biohackers Magazine, and the founder of Cyborggainz, a virtual fitness platform. The calisthenics training expert and author is a strong advocate of incorporating functional neuroscience into sports and fitness for enhanced brain-body performance.

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