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Welcome to Undisputed

Undisputed is a growing family of athletes who are serious about their health, and fitness. Undisputed Fitness offers a variety of classes which include:

10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing, Self Defense, Strongman, & CrossFit.

Undisputed belongs to its members. Our focus is to help our community reach their personal goals and strive for new ones.

All ages, skill levels, and backgrounds are welcome.

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Workout of the Day
Back Rack Lunges
3×10 per

Hip bridges
Barbell Side bends
30 each side

3 Rounds
250m row
20 Thrusters 45lb
10 Pull up

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The Real Prize of Competition

This past weekend the 10th Planet Santa Fe Jiu-jitsu team was in full force at two large

competitions in California and Colorado. Head coach and 10th Planet Brown belt Ruben Rivera

was represented Santa Fe at the Metachallenger Series finals. Metamoris, a promotion known

for their Submission-only superfights, organized the Metachallenger series. The

Metachallengers began with regional qualifiers across three major cities and culminated with the

finals in Los Angeles, California. Some of the best submission grapplers in the world competed

for the chance to win a $10,000 prize and a spot on a future Metamoris card. The team was also

in Denver, Colorado for the “Fight 2 Win” Nationals tournament. Hundreds of competitors from

across the Southwest attended this tournament. 10th Planet Santa Fe has always had a strong

showing in Denver, and this time it was no different. We had six people competing, and brought

back five medals. We continued to show that 10th Planet Santa Fe always has a strong

presence anywhere we are present.

These competitions though, meant more than few medals and a strong presence. They

allowed athletes the opportunity to show their skills and how hard they work in the gym, but

most importantly they allowed athletes to learn more about themselves. Jiu-Jitsu competitions

really force a person to step outside of their comfort zone.You are entering a fight with a

complete stanger while friends and family are watching. There are butterflies in your stomach

and elements of the unknown going through your head. Whether you are a white belt or a black

belt, this feeling never really goes away. You shake hands with your opponent and minutes later

there is a victory and a defeat. The real result is a learning experience for both parties. Anybody

that competes in anything knows that sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. A loss does

not mean you suck and a win does not always mean you are the best. Wins and loses show us

either what was done right or what was done wrong. Regardless, they both show us how we

can improve and how we can grow. This growth can be in terms of technique,training, or pre-

competition rituals or anything else that needs working on.

BJJ Black Belt and 2015 IBJJF NoGi World champion, Tom DeBlass, said “Competition

should not define a jiu-jitsu competitor. In fact, competition should just be a consequence of

your love for training. It’s just an added bonus to learn more about yourself. To achieve victory

we must pay its price then perform when it’s time. Preparation without the ability to perform will

not cut it. The beautiful thing is, after every loss we have the chance to try again. Be thankful for

the victories you achieve, because everyone is getting better and better.” The best were not

always the best. They worked towards becoming the best by always seeking to become a better

version of themselves, a little at a time. Everyday there is always something new to learn. The

medals will fade, but the lessons you learn from competition will always shine.


-Coach Luis


On that note, we also had some great accomplishments this month with everyone in our community!  Emily Metzolf did a 24 hour Tough Mudder run and completed 35 miles!!  


Coach Nate received his 10th planet brown belt, coach Ruben and head coach Tait received their 10th planet black belts!!!   

Great job community and coaches.  This tribe is strong!

Workout of the Day
Push Press
Find your 1 rep max.
5-3-2-1-1-1 to find 1RM
Banded upright row

L sit scissor kick
50-40-30-20-10 reps for time of:

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Workout of the Day
Partner WOD-
Switch work Emom-
22 minute Amrap-
30 box jumps
30 kb swings
30 goblet squats
30 push-ups

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Good day!!

Today, The Rising Tides Challenge opens for voting.  Coach Lorenzo’s video was reposted for his inspirational influence on the community we are all in!  So “Like” Rising Tides Challenge on Facebook and vote for him!  



Also, Thanksgiving is approaching quickly!  Here is the schedule:

Thursday Nov 26th- Closed

Friday Nov 27th- noon, 4:15 and 5:30 classes only.

Enjoy the family time :)



Workout of the Day
Back squat
50% bar weight w/max chains
working up to a heavy 2RM

Kneeling squat

Decline sit ups

4 Rounds
2min windows
15 Deadlift- 275/185
Max wallball 20/14
rest 1min
score is WB rep

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Workout of the Day
Bench press
8×3= ( 3 wide 2 mid 3 close)
Tate presses

DB side bends- HEAVY
3×20 each

4 Rounds
10 Burpee
10 Kb snatches 24/16
10 Jump squats
10 KB Swings

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Workout of the Day
Clean high pull
5×3 @ 70%

Power clean
3×3 @ 75%
18Min EMOM
Min one: 10 OHS 95/65
Min two: 7 Strict pull ups
Min three: 25 Mt. climbers

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Workout of the Day
Power Jerk
Lying rear delt raises
3×15 each

For time:
100 Double Unders
75 Sit ups
50 Push ups
AMRAP in 2:00
Hollow rocks

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Max OUT Metal Monday!!!

Good morning Tribe,
As many of you know I competed this weekend at Crossfit Petroglyph’s Turkey Takedown. This is something not particularly new to anyone in our community, but this was my first “Fire Breather” competition!
In local CrossFit competitions you most often have 3-4 divisions or levels. It usually is as follows, scaled, masters, RX and fire breather. With each increase in level the requirements for skill and weight tend to increase. I have competed in RX division about 6-8 times, some competitions in team and some individual. I’ve stood on the podium with more than half of my entries. I told myself if I stood on the podium 3x in RX I had to start competing in Fire Breather. So with Turkey Takedown I took my first step into what ever lessons came with my first entry in competition as a “Fire Breather.”
Yes, I love competing, and I love that all the hard work and training I do pays off. I have always pushed myself to my limits. It makes me feel alive. It also transcends into many other aspects of my life. Put in the work and get what’s due. Hard work does pay off, no matter what you’re doing.
Here is how the weekend of anxiety and emotion went for me.
Day one, event one:

1RM Clean in 3minutes

Rest 1min

20 Cleans for time 155lb.
My score:

250lb! 15 pound PR for me!

1:10 for the second part.

This put me in last place, competing against guys with a 275-350lb(!) clean. Crazy, but I knew lifting super heavy wasn’t my strong suite. I was okay with the outcome and ecstatic for my PR! It was gratifying no matter what.
Event two: I tied for first on this event. I now moved up one slot. 5th place.
After day one yes, it was difficult to know exactly how the rest of the weekend would go. But no matter the outcome, I was giving every event my whole heart.
Day two I continued to climb the ladder, 1st then 2nd place in the events, solidifying myself in 2nd overall and advancing to the finals.
Final event had sumo dead lift high pulls at 135lb! This is a movement I never train, but I went in and put all my might intoevery rep. I scored 3rd overall in the last event. It was tough, especially battling against boys 30+ pounds heavier then me.
To end this I wanted to share that every event I was terrified. I had never put myself against the elite. I was worried I wouldn’t be strong enough. But I told myself before every event, Lorenzo you have this, get up and never give up. And I did. All the events hurt and I wanted to not do another rep. But I had the most supporting group of friends, community members and the loudest and most proud of me girlfriend. It’s tough competing, but having the support of you all made my first experience as a “fire breather” amazing. Thank you for all that you guys do in my life!!


Workout of the Day
Sumo Deadlift
Find your 1 rep max.
5-3-2-1-1-1 to find 1RM
50 Bird pickers

Banded Side bends
3×30 each
Power clean 115/75

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Workout of the Day- 10am
Partner wod
50 alternating box jumps
25 unison burpees
50 kb swings (25 each)
25 med ball pass sit ups
100 Jumping lunges
50 alternating power cleans

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1PM is Whole Life Challenge Finals!!


Thank you for such a great day yesterday community!  You all showed an incredible amount of courage really stepping out of your comfort zone.  :)

Coach Lorenzo competes Saturday ( 10:55am/ 2:35pm and Sunday (10am/1:35) at the Turkey Take Down.  Its located at CrossFit Petroglyph Suite E, 6521 Paradise Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114.

If any of you excellent humans are wanting to come and support, please do so!!  The heat times are posted above.  A tribe in numbers of love is a powerful tribe! 



Workout of the Day
Front Squat
Find your 10 rep max.
3 sets of 10 to find heavy 10
Banded adduction
3×20 each
Hip bridges
L- sits
3x max hold
Box jump 24/20

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