So you’re interested in MMA exercises but really…What are they? If you want lightening fast fitness results then MMA exercises are for you. These are workouts created around mixed martial arts…Which is a tough sport. The top MMA exercises don’t isolate your muscles but rather work your entire body for strength and endurance. It’s why mixed martial arts is the fastest growing method for fitness training by both women and men.
There’s no secret mixed martial artists and boxers are the strongest and most fit athletes alive…A combination that is envied. So today I’m going to reveal the top 5 most frequently asked questions about MMA exercises.
What’s the difference between MMA exercises and weightlifting at the gym?
Weightlifting primarily focuses on building muscle and can be used for strengthening by muscle resistance exercises. Certain weightlifting exercises like deadlifts, squats, and the push press are regularly used for mixed martial arts training. The main difference between MMA exercises and traditional weightlifting is that a mixed martial arts workout is about increasing core strength, conditioning, speed, and muscle resistance all-in-one. These workouts will bring your body’s muscles working together…To work together like a bike chain.
What is an exercise for building overall core strength and stability?
For full body conditioning and strength training, the top exercise used by fighters are hindu pushups.
What workout is used consistently among professional fighters?
Hammer Hits: This exercise is done using a sledge hammer. A tire or soft gymnastic mat can serve as the striking spot. This exercise does wonders for your core strength. Specifically, it’ll develop rotary strength and condition your lats like crazy.
You might be asking – how can I start a planned MMA exercise routine?
The first simple step you can take is incorporate “explosion” into your workouts. The key to success in mixed martial arts training is explosivity in your workouts. Don’t take long breaks and go at high intensity. Now start doing exercises that workout your whole-body for strength and conditioning. For uber fitness results, this really is the key. These MMA exercises include (but are not limited to) the 1-arm tripod row, chin-ups, lower back raises with weight, hindu pushups, bench press pull-ups, tire rotations, and the upright row.
Pro athletes keep building…One week upon the next. They follow strict plans. They don’t let their bodies reach complacency. The trick to this is to always keep your body wondering. Change your routines, week-after-week. Do 1-5 reps, then 11-15, even try 1 set of 50 for each exercise for a whole week. You’ll notice that you’ll never reach your “peak”