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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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5 Athletic Strength Exercises For Fighting

5 Athletic Strength Exercises For Fighting

  1. Are you competitive in martial arts, or MMA and looking for a way to build more athleticism? 
  2. Are you interested in speeding up your performance for your martial arts practice? 
  3. Are you looking to build strength to improve your strikes and/or grappling skills? 
  4. Are you interested in building more athletic strength to enhance your coordination and reaction time? 

Whether you’re a martial arts practitioner, or looking to get seriously competitive in MMA you need to hone a good portion of your training with strength exercises to develop your athleticism. Without the added development of coordination and speed you may end up being somebody’s punching, or kicking bag during a tough sparring session. Today I’m going to provide you with some strength exercises to make your striking and grappling skills much tougher for your opponent to deal with when you come face to face with them.

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Pull-Ups: 3 Steps To Progress Your Pull Ups For Optimal Function

Pull-Ups: 3 Steps To Progress Your Pull Ups For Optimal Function

  1. Are you looking to progress your pull ups, or working towards doing a quality pull up?
  2. Are you lost on where to start?
  3. Are you struggling to improve your pull up strength?
  4. Are you looking to improve your pull ups and overall functional fitness?

Pull-ups are a great measure of upper body strength that most people are incapable of doing. Most people think that it is unrealistic for them to achieve this impressive measure of strength. The fact is that with consistent and repetitive practice this exercise can be achieved by virtually anyone. Tune in here to see how you can progress your pull ups. 

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3 Functional Strength Drills For Fitness And Performance

3 Functional Strength Drills For Fitness And Performance

  1. Are you training to be functionally strong for life? 
  2. Are you using your strength and conditioning program to prepare you for your sport, job, or life? 
  3. How much emphasis do you place on being functionally strong?

These days I often find myself talking to my students about the importance of having life skills. After all, when it comes to fitness your goals should line up to what you’re doing in life. In other words, if your job demands that you be functional then why wouldn’t your fitness program mirror that? Today I’m going to discuss three functional strength drills to get you on track.

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4 Guaranteed Ways To Get A Functionally Strong Body

4 Guaranteed Ways To Get A Functionally Strong Body

1. Are you functionally strong?

2. Are you unclear on whether you’re functionally strong, or not?

3. Is your training approach designed to help you build a strong, lean, functioning body for the long haul?

4. How high of a functional value would you rate your current fitness and strength program? 

If you’re unsure as to the answers to these questions then you’re in the right place. There’s only one way to pursue fitness. I don’t care if you can bench press a 1000 lbs and squat 2000 lbs. because at the end of the day you’ve got to be able to bend over and tie your shoes, or be comfortable with getting on and off the ground without the process being too cumbersome.

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