Georges St-Pierre and Dan Hardy at UFC 111

Georges St-Pierre and Dan Hardy at UFC 111

Georges St-Pierre and Jake Shields are set to square off on Saturday before 55,000 fans at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. The event is a landmark in the promotion’s history.

But although GSP is being touted as the overwhelming favorite in his home country, he’s approaching it for the mega-event that it is, and that includes his opponent. St-Pierre doesn’t see himself as an overwhelming favorite, planning for the toughest fight of his career against Shields.

As such, he has prepared for this fight like he has for no other, incorporating all sorts of new routines into his training… including gymnastics.

St-Pierre and his team have posted several short videos of his training for UFC 129, so many that we’ve decided to gather them together in a playlist so that you don’t have search them out. You can watch them all, here, without searching.

Watch the short training clips below. You can click the left or right arrows on the player to view the previous or next video accordingly, or you can scroll through the thumbnails across the bottom to select a specific video… enjoy!

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