“When I fight, I don’t just want a win. I want to put a piece of myself into my performance and I want to make a bold statement in any cage I step into.”
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5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT FELICIA SPENCER
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY OF TRAINING LIKE?
Depending on if I am in “training camp” or not, I always have some mixture of conditioning/weight training, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and striking training. I do typically two days of live sparring for MMA. I do a little Capoeira on the side as well. I would also argue that my position as a coach is also training because the act of breaking down technique, even for little kids, forces you to have a better understanding of it.
WHAT GOT YOU INTO MARTIAL ARTS?
I started as a normal kid (4 years old) doing Tae Kwon Do with my two older brothers. Eventually I started also training BJJ, and my love for martial arts grew and snowballed into all the disciplines I practice now. So I guess my start was pretty typical, and the only difference is that I just never quit doing it.