Monthly Archives: December 2012

MMA Training Top Tip #4 – Setting Goals

MMA Training Tip #4 – Why failing to set goals is setting yourself up for failure   So over the past few days, we’ve been talking about technique, self-assessments, and goal setting in MMA. Today we’re going to build on that, bridge the gap, and draw up a more specific map to connect point A…

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Top Tips #3: Setting Challenging, but Realistic Goals

Hey guys, today we’re continuing our Top 5 tips for beginner MMA training. If you haven’t already, read back on tip 2 with self-assessment in MMA. However, we’re going to keep it simple with tip #3. MMA Training Tip #3: Setting realistic, but challenging goals This sounds simple but it is a big one. If you…

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MMA Training Tip 2 – Self Assessment

[signup id=”405″] So yesterday, you should have gotten my first tip beginner MMA training. If not, take a look at why your form comes first in MMA training. Today, we’re going to talk about why you need to take a good hard look in the mirror before you get started. I’m not talking about a…

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Top 5 tips for Beginner MMA Training

[signup id=”405″] Top 5 tips for Beginner MMA Training Stepping into the MMA Gym for the first time can be hard. In fact that first step is absolutely the hardest (aside from stepping into the cage for the first time).  You may not know what to expect, and everything you are covering can definitely be…

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