No single martial art is perfect. Almost always, one discipline is going to give up a few things over another. And, while the few things that a style may give up for others may not be significant, some could end up being a significant short coming.
The local gym is your best bet when it comes to buying equipment for your martial arts training, regardless of whether you plan on doing it at home or at a gym. Most of the time, they have a small store filled with all sorts of goodies you’ll need
With martial arts, you’re never too young or too old. You can be as old as 70 and you can still learn how to chop a wooden board. The same goes for kids, though I doubt that the wooden board would dent. But, that’s not the point. The point
If someone has trained long enough in MMA and has become good enough, is that reason enough for them to take the next step and fight?
How To Train MMA Like a Beast! The most successful MMA fighters in the world are some of the meanest and toughest athletes the world has ever seen. To win their fighters, they possess a wide range of abilities, many of which they’re highly skilled with. On top of
So, you’ve decided that it’s finally time to dive into MMA and learn how to defend yourself. That’s great, for you. Training in MMA, while challenging, can prove to be quite a rewarding experience. But, that’s only IF you enroll yourself at the right gym.
Fighters who’ve never taken up a pair of boxing gloves ever in their entire lives will often think lightly of the sport. After all, for most people, it’s one-dimensional – it’s all about punching, no kicking, kneeing, elbowing, grabs, throws, etc.
To be able to train Mixed Martial Arts effectively, it’s best to invest in the right set of quality equipment. And, to help you with that, here’s a check list of some of the things that you’ll probably need throughout your training.
Regardless of what you do, you’re bound to hit a big wall, or as what they call it, a plateau. And, for an athlete like you, a plateau is something that you never want to be in because it’s hard to break through it. But, instead of thinking of
There’s a huge chance that you’ve been training in MMA for quite a while, maybe a few years. You may have even fought in one, two or even more amateur fights already. Put it simply, you’re pretty good by now. But, as good as you are right now, have