Category Archives: Mixed Martial Arts

MMA Training

5 Things You Must Know Before You Begin MMA Training Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA Training as it’s commonly called now, is blowing up in popularity around the world. More and more MMA gyms are opening, and martial arts schools are re-branding themselves as MMA Training facilities. However, before you start your MMA training, you…

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Martial Arts Technique

Why Your Martial Arts Technique Will Always Beat Out His Size and Strength No matter what reason you have for taking martial arts, technique is number 1 the most important, always. Speed and power will come later in your training, but committing your proper form and technique to mental and muscle memory is the absolute…

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Competitive Martial Arts

Martial Arts as a competitive sport are growing fast in popularity. In fact, there are MANY forms of competitive martial arts out there. However, that number of different martial arts are actually dwindling, as we now see a growing number of martial artists funneling into Mixed Martial Arts. Now Mixed Martial Arts competition differs from all others,…

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UFC 129, Lyoto Machida Knocks out Randy Couture, Jump Front Kick

Well guys, I was pretty excited back at UFC 126 when Anderson Silva KO’d Vitor Belfort with that front snap kick. But when Machida threw out that Jump front kick, I was ecstatic. Now I’ve had some people say that traditional martial arts are practically useless in a cage. These are usually meat head wrestlers…

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Taekwondo Kicks – The Side Kick

Hey everyone, I apologize for the lack of updates lately, I’ve been having some technical issues (dying computer). But today we are going to cover the Taekwondo Side Kick and it different applications in Taekwondo Kicks, traditional martial arts, Kickboxing, and MMA. The Taekwondo Side Kick is actually one of the first 4 kicks learned,…

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Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning

Eric Wong’s Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program. I recently had a chance to thoroughly evaluate Eric Wong’s Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning program, and I have to say, I’m pretty impressed. Strength and Conditioning are a vital part of any athlete’s training regimen, and Eric has definitely taken it to a new level for Mixed…

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Tae Kwon Do Kicks – Front Kick pt. 3: How to use the Front Push Kick in your TKD Kickboxing

Tae Kwon Do Kicks – Front Kick pt. 3: How to use the Front Push Kick in your TKD Kickboxing So far in TKD kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do Kicks, we have covered 2 variations of the front snap kick. We are changing pace to cover the front push kick. The Front Push Kick is…

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TKD Kickboxing – Front Kick (UFC 126 Silva vs Belfort Knockout Kick)

Hey everyone. Today I have a further breakdown of the Front Snap Kick which I had discussed in a prior video. After UFC 126 where Anderson Silva Knocked out Vitor Belfort with this kick, I’ve had some people asking exactly how to execute it. Now, it’s very similar to the first version: Raise the Knee…

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Martial Arts and Conditioning

Now first and foremost, let me specify the difference between fitness and conditioning. Now, usually these go hand in hand, but there are some significant differences, depending on your goals. Fitness is an open ended word, which can mean as little as, you look good in the mirror, or you have a low body fat…

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Which Martial Art is Best?

This is a very popular question among people wanting to get started in martial arts but don’t really know the difference between all the styles out there. Now before anyone can HONESTLY answer this question for you, you have to understand exactly what you’re looking for in a martial art. There are many reasons to…

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