It doesn’t take a sports buff to acknowledge how MMA fighters are pound-for-pound the best conditioned athletes in the world. Their fitness regimen is unparalleled thanks to an intense workout that not only ensures you’ll see the best battle inside the octagon, but also give any dedicated person their ideal body.
Thankfully, you’ll never have to step inside of an octagon and suffer from the pain of tapping out to an armbar to get the body you want. In other words, you don’t have to become a fighter to train like one. MMA training requires your entire body to be in top physical condition, and even the most basic moves don’t require gym equipment so you can start incorporating these new moves into your workout.
You’re committed to working out. You’ve carved out some time to exercise, even though your schedule can be a little crazy at times. And you’ve got a goal in mind to lose weight, build muscle, increase endurance, train for a race, or look your best for an upcoming event like a wedding or vacation. But when it gets down to crunch time, you’re left wondering if your choice of exercise is the best way to get fit.
If you want to train different, and get better results in less time, stick to full-body workouts.