The words trainer and coach are used interchangeably and no one really seems to care. But, the truth is that the two are rather different from one another, especially when it comes to MMA.
Whether it’s your first time to take up martial arts, or you’ve been training for years in another discipline, the right instructor will have a huge influence on you – for better or for worse. The right teacher will teach you how to train efficiently, as well as how
Learning any form of Martial Arts takes time and some people just don’t have the time to go to a Martial arts school or gym at all times. While it’s still recommended to learn under the supervision of an instructor or coach, they’d be the first to tell you
4 Tips To Help You Spar Better in Martial Arts In any form of combat sport or martial art, sparring is and will always be the closest that you can get to the real thing. As such, it’s important that you learn how to do it properly and efficiently.
What It Takes To Become a Professional MMA Fighter Do you think you have what it takes to become a professional MMA fighter? Well, if you think you do, be sure to scroll down below for a check list and see if you actually are qualified to go toe-to-toe
Maybe it’s because of the similar uniform? Or the similar stances? Or maybe, just maybe, it’s because they somehow look the same? Well, whatever the case is, many people tend to confuse MMA over Kick Boxing and the other way around.
If you’re preparing for your first ever fight in MMA, then good for you. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication and a whole lot of courage to actually get off the sidelines and decide to duke it out inside the octagon.
Fighting in MMA is said to be inevitable, that, sooner or later, anyone who’s training in MMA is bound to land himself in the cage and fight someone else. This is regardless of whether or not they had first trained in MMA to fight or not.
Martial arts is often misunderstood. Many people only see it as a violent sport, as something that teaches people about self-defense, yet at the same time, something that also encourages violence. And, while the former is true, violence is far from what martial arts teach.
Finding the right martial arts gym is never easy. It takes time and a whole lot of effort to have to go through the “yellow pages” and visit each gym just to know if they’re well worth your time and money.