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.
Supramaximal training is one of toughest methods out there, using numbers in excess of your 1 rep max always put fear into the heart of the seasoned lifter and athlete a like. Supramximal training like it implies means using loads above your maximum usually a percentage.
Coach PJ’s grip strength circuit that he uses with his fighters and grapplers. This circuit uses a variety of grips to challenge the forearm and hands in different ways. It will, not only build strength, but will also challenge the endurance of your grip, so you train your hands to last throughout the duration of your fight or match.
New study shows that training masks do not replicate elevation training and does not improve the performance of athletes using them…but it does look cool.
Multiple training sessions per day is not out of the norm when it comes to the sport of any form of martial arts. MMA is a mixed energy system demand sport that requires you not only be incredibly skillful with your movement, but also be powerful, strong, conditioned, fast and agile.
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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.