Training for a fight or other competition can be mentally and physically demanding. Practice, drilling, sparring, conditioning, strength and other aspects of training take their toll on us. In order to stay healthy, alert and effective, we must follow a few simple rules.
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Fighters who can punch and kick with the most power are rarely the biggest or the strongest in the weight room. Learning to create stiffness through the torso helps transfer force into our extremities. Athletes who can generate power from the ground up, using their legs and then efficiently transfer that energy through their core and into their arms, strike harder.
Head coach, Loren Landow was putting the mma crew through a low intensity, aerobic capacity workout, designed to help the guys heal up, recover from a tough week and prepare them for their main sparring session that evening.