The Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program – My Review

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MMA is a sport that focuses on combining techniques from various martial arts, such as wrestling, judo, boxing, Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This combination has the purpose of managing and developing the most effective techniques for a theoretically free fight. A truly free fight is no, because the most dangerous acts are included in a list of the irregular techniques (such as oa. biting, scratching, hair pulling, attacks on cross, eyes, spinal column) Often have the participants themselves in their own discipline long carried out extensive work and see a challenge in taking with fighters from other disciplines.

By far the most fighters have a background in the thai or kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or Greco-Roman Wrestling. These styles are the most effective. Practitioners of ‘ traditional ‘ fighting styles (Karate, Kung Fu, Aikido, etc.) are usually less successful because of the (often) to unilateral way of fighting. Also boxers are usually also unsuccessful, because they have too little varied repertoire.

The big difference with “using common ‘ martial arts is that many is lawful, of shot-and kicking techniques, elbow and knee techniques, to clamping and wurgtechnieken. Like-for example-the boxing, a distinction is made on the basis of different weight categories and on the basis of competition experience. An arbitrator, a doctor and, of course, the trainers from both camps supervise the proper conduct of the contest. Although the fighters often cuts come are rarely seriously injured by the fighters in top condition.

A MMA match can be won by way of knockout, submission (arm lock or strangulation), referees top, medical intervention or jury decision.

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Interested in MMA and training like an MMA fighter? Check this out (especially the video!): MMA Home Guide

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This article was published on 2010/11/02