Glute Training for MMA: 5 Exercises to help develop stronger, more powerful hips and glutes.
We see a lot of speed training guys posting videos training at the beach. But does training in the sand make you faster or slower?
Concurrent training is defined by using resistance and endurance training within the same training program. For example, if you do a skill practice, lift weights and go for a run, then repeat these efforts throughout the week, you are training concurrently.
Barefoot training is a hot topic these days, but should athletes be incorporating this type of training? If so, what should they do? How often? And how should they progress to systematically develop the foot and ankle? These are all questions that people should be asking when thinking about any new exercise, but especially with the foot.
One of the biggest mistakes I see when I first start working with a fighter is planning out their weekly training schedule and almost every single fighter I’ve worked with has made the same mistake until they have somebody who kind of helps them understand how to lay these practices out and structure everything properly.
Training day in, day out, for years to improve your skill set and train your body is tough. In order to stay in the game, you must understand what motivates you.
Brett Bartholomew has worked with top athletes for over a decade and continues to pave the way for other coaches. In today’s podcast, Brett reveals his strategies for developing strong, powerful, well conditioned MMA Fighters.