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    Default What is best workout for MMA fighters ?

    Mma strength training, bjj strength training, strength for mma workout ?

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    Hi there
    for MMA I will recommend a circuit that look like this:
    Sledge hammer on tire x1 min
    Waiving Ropes x 1min
    medicine ball squats x1min
    jumping split squats x 1min
    tire flip x 1min

    rest 2 minutes and repeat 3 times

    For bjj I do the well check some of the Galvao stuff out
    can post links yet but there are plenty of his stuff on youtube

    For bjj focus on legs and core, I'm a small guy so I work a lot from bottom position
    strong legs and core will improve your guard game and sweeps

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    Prime asset of any successful MMA athlete is the ability to knock out the opponents. A knockout power workout in MMA is nothing but a total body workout. You need to sculpt your arms, legs, abdominal and gluts with best conditioning workouts.

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    A balance of strength and agility is important. A huge mistake a lot of young MMA fighters make is focusing too much on their strength and not enough on their agility and endurance, which could be argued is even more important. I would recommend mixing into your workout regimen a lot of cardio to learn how to power through when you are tired. There are several ways of doing this: running, cone drills or simply using an old fashioned jump rope.

 

 

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