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5 Strength Exercises To Use For A Lifetime Of Strength And Function

5 Strength Exercises To Use For A Lifetime Of Strength And Function

  1. If you had to pick 5 exercises to use for the rest of your life would they include these? 
  2. Are you training to build optimal fitness and function over the long haul? 
  3. If you had to could you pick 5 exercises for yourself to sustain your fitness and function for a lifetime? 
  4. What exercises would you choose? 

To me strength exercises should be about functionality and functionality is about quick and easy application. In addition to this strength is also the goal.

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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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Why You Shouldn’t Perform Box Jumps As A Conditioning Drill

Why You Shouldn’t Perform Box Jumps As A Conditioning Drill

  1. Are you incorporating more athletic based drills into your strength and conditioning workouts? 
  2. Are you performing box jumps during some of your athletic workouts? 
  3. Do you execute box jumps like a conditioning drill? 
  4. Are you performing box jumps in a way to maximize benefit and minimize stress on your joints? 

So today I decided to get away from improper squatting, improper deadlifting, and improper kettlebell swing technique and switch over to another problem and address the improper use of the box jump exercise. Today I’m going to hit on why box jumps shouldn’t be used as a conditioning drill in your strength and conditioning program. If you’ve been using box jumps as a conditioning drill then make sure you take a minute to pump the brakes and read this article. You’ll be thanking me for it later.

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