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3 Functional Training Moves For Fitness And Fighting

3 Functional Training Moves For Fitness And Fighting

  1. Are you looking to give your fitness and health a serious upgrade? 
  2. Are you looking to enhance your martial arts fitness and improve your overall athleticism? 
  3. Are you interested in building a body a that is both fit and functional? 

If you’re looking to improve your fitness for life and martial arts then you’ve got to make sure you’re not neglecting your functional training needs. Functional training is about structuring and programming your workouts to serve a purpose. In this case the purpose is to optimize your function for martial arts and fighting, but at the end of the day the key to being functional is being able to perform movements and skills that mimic everyday life with complete confidence and without inhibition.

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Increase All Of Your Big Lifts With This Strength Trait

Increase All Of Your Big Lifts With This Strength Trait

  1. Are you currently interested in learning how to develop significant strength for your big lifts?
  2. Are you interested in learning about a unique training strategy to drastically increase all of your big lifts?
  3. Are you interested in learning about a secret weapon to supercharge your strength for all movements?

By now I know you’re probably getting curious about what I might be talking about. The fact is that your ability to improve your big lifts boils down to several factors ranging from technique, to your programming, and even your nutrition. However, for today’s article I want to talk about how there is another secret weapon to help you improve your big lifts while giving your strength and muscle gains a serious upgrade.

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4 Lean Muscle Building Strategies For MMA Fitness

4 Lean Muscle Building Strategies For MMA Fitness

1. Are you failing to achieve lean muscle building gains in your MMA and individual fitness program? 

2. Do you struggle to drop body fat despite having the ability to practice your martial arts and other sport skills? 

3. Do you easily bulk, or gain in your current strength and conditioning program? 

As a certified strength and conditioning specialist my job is to look at your individual life and sport needs and create a strength and conditioning program to help you optimally achieve your goals. When looking at your needs involving MMA and martial arts there are some things to consider if you’re striving to build lean muscle.

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The Samurai Workout For MMA Fitness And Lean Muscle

The Samurai Workout For MMA Fitness And Lean Muscle

The Samurai Workout honors the tremendous warriors throughout history who displayed skill and a deep knowledge of combat and weaponry. Additionally a samurai warrior was known to devote his life to learning a skill that made his very existence a possibility. His skill consisted of all the physical and mental skills of body control and today this is the goal of the samurai workout I’ve included here. Include this into your training regimen. 

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Submitting And Following Instructions: The Path To Mastery!

Submitting And Following Instructions: The Path To Mastery!

Il Maestro Pai Mei by AndreaHaine

So the other day I’m explaining to one of my beginner students about maintaining a straight wrist by diagonally gripping the kettlebell when pressing it. After demonstrating this with a lighter kettlebell for the purpose of practice I then watched him press it. What did he do? Immediately he did exactly what I told him NOT to do.

He gripped the bell horizontal at the handle instead of diagonally which in turn caused his wrist to break back and he immediately started feeling pain at the forearm. I quickly made some adjustments with some simple coaching cues and he was able to correct it. I just looked at him and asked “Is that how I showed you?” and he replied “No.” You can imagine my next response. 😉

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