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Best Martial Arts Drills to Increase Your Strength

Posted on 01 March 2013 by Dean Nielsen

You may have read many articles about the ability of using your own body to increase physical strength. Here, I want to focus on 5 specific methods of training that will increase your strength for your martial arts training – using equipment or not.

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Martial Arts Training Without any Gear or Equipment

Posted on 27 February 2013 by Dean Nielsen

Can you become a skilled, strong, effective martial artist without all the weight lifting training, and other “strength building” equipment? Can you defeat an opponent who uses all the latest and greatest MMA equipment on a regular basis? And what if you cannot afford such equipment, or join a gym offering such equipment?

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Get In Shape Like A Profession UFC Fighter

Posted on 08 April 2012 by Tony Hackerott

Mixed martial arts is an activity that will whip you into shape no matter whether you plan on fighting professionally or just want to learn some striking and grappling and go to class a few days a week.  Numerous men and women have reported losing large amounts of weight and turning their lives around just by training in mixed martial arts.  The great thing about this sport is that with a little knowledge and hard work you can get in shape just like the professional fighters (if that be your wish).  It won’t come easy and will take quite a bit of dedication, but the rewards are worth it whether you are going to make MMA a career or just want to be in the best shape of your life.

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MMA Training Gives You The Ultimate Fitness!

Posted on 06 September 2011 by Tony Hackerott

MMA training has quickly gained popularity as a sport as well as an a fitness activity taken up by a countless number of people throughout the world. The complete physical combat activities which involves just about ever muscle in the body is as close to a complete body workout as you can come. With the grappling and striking techniques there are an endless number of variations you can add to your routines to keep things fresh and new. As its name suggests, MMA is comprised of various martial arts including; Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kickboxing, Wrestling, Boxing, Muay Thai, and Karate. So, let’s take a quick look into why everyone is picking MMA up in order to become a fighter or just to get into better shape.

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PowerLifting For MMA

Posted on 31 July 2011 by Tony Hackerott

A fantastic way to gain strength for MMA is through the use of power lifting.    Now, what exactly are some general recommendations to follow along with when considering how strong you ought to be for your MMA career?

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