MMA TRAINING Archive
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
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.
Many think that they’re already too old to even think about taking up martial arts. Many believe that if you don’t start something while you’re still young, then you’ll never be good at it. But, with martial arts, that’s just not true.
When you’re weight training, there’s nothing that you cherish more than being alone in the gym. All that space to move around and train as you please is definitely a sight for sore eyes. But, in MMA training, the opposite is true.
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
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