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How to Fight and Win in MMA

By: MartialArt Gurus | Oct 1 2010 | 402 words | 1085 hits

The most dynamic sport in the world is growing at a rapid rate, and to keep up with these athletes, you must be ready to train harder than everyone else. The styles involved are so diverse, that for you to be able to take out any opponent you must be a master practitioner of a perfect combination of arts. Here are your 3 steps to get your training underway in the fastest growing sport in the world, MMA.

Strength.

If you're going to be able to overcome any of the techniques used on you, or execute the maneuvers to beat your opponent, having the strength advantage is a key. Working body to body training should be utilized whenever possible.

Wrestlers are so strong because of this. But when that isn't available, you can move to weight training. Focus on the big moves for strength building, targeting major muscle groups: dead lifts, squats, bench press.

Speed.

Your speed is very important. At any point of the bout you want to finish it, you have to count on catching your opponent off guard, and if your speed isn't fast enough to do so, then you probably will not be able to do your job and get your hand raised.

If you're working on speed, you must do it from every position. Attempting submissions and throwing punches can be practiced at a higher pace in training (with your training partner's discretion).

Conditioning.

This is your most important area to focus on. It is incredibly advantageous to be stronger and faster than your opponent, but can you keep it up for 5 x 5 minute rounds? Every time you're training strength and speed, you should be increasing the length of time you're doing it for along with the pace and intensity.

More often then not you will be working to wear your opponent down to prepare them for the big knockout or submission. The big stage can actually give you an adrenalin rush that you're not used to. So train conditioning more and more so that adrenalin doesn't finish you in the first round.

The 3 aspects of training can be further discussed in a quality MMA training program. Utilize the techniques provided by coaches of some of the best trained MMA fighters.

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