Conditioning vs Technique in MMA


Speed + Cardio = Dominance

If you’re somebody who would like to take their training to another level and find the most effective methods to dominate a fight, consider working on your physical conditioning and focusing on speed and cardio.

Unlike other sports, cardio in a fight is literally life or death. The seriousness of fights are nonstop, and one mistake may result in serious injuries.

Physical condition is as (if not more) important than technique; if you don’t have the strength and conditioning, it doesn’t matter how good your technique is.

Developing overall physical condition is your best goal whilst training for power, explosiveness, strength, speed, agility and muscular endurance.

This is where metabolic conditioning workouts deliver and step up to the plate.

You don’t have to be an MMA athlete to obtain the benefits. This sort of training is now popular with fitness enthusiasts who wish to improve endurance, strength, strength, and their maximum while burning fat and building muscle.

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