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Fitness Tips For 10/2/2013
How to get a body like an MMA fighter
By Dwayne Hines
Mixed martial arts has overtaken boxing as the top fighting sport in
the United States and many other countries. Mixed martial arts
training is some of the toughest conditioning of all and these
athletes are in superb condition. Ultimate fighting requires ultimate
conditioning and a total commitment to taking the body to a highly
Mixed martial arts training produces a body that is conditioned and
developed differently than those that typical training produce. The
mixed martial artist must develop both the slow twitch and fast
twitch fibers in tandem and cannot afford to focus on any single
style of working out.
A mixed martial artist must have explosive power but at the same time
has to have a high level of endurance. This merger of two styles
fitness styles, in addition to the various martial arts elements,
really challenges the workout time for the mixed martial artists.
Top martial artists like Georges St. Pierre end up training several
times a day and stack up many workouts every week. But the result
is a totally conditioned body - ripped and rugged.
MMA Fighter Workout
Some examples of MMA fighter exercises are:
Running Up Stairs: Rocky Balboa was right sprinting up stairs is
great, for strength, speed and endurance.
Climbing A Rope: This may bring back some bad memories of high
school, but the truth is it's a great workout that builds awesome
grip and pulling strength.
Clapping Push Ups: This plyometric exercises builds incredible upper
body pushing power.
If you want to build a body like a martial artist, you have to
approach the goal in the same way - working on several different
training styles at once. And you may not want to fight in the
octagon, but it is still possible to put together a body that is
tough and ready to go by employing a mixed martial artist style
Some of the different elements in building a martial arts capable
physique are burst training, second gear training, power training,
endurance training and more. These training factor must each be
included in mixed training approach. That can be challenging but
it can be done.
For the full program, checkout...The Ultimate Fighting Workout
a mixed training approach for those who want to improve their fight
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