- MMA Fitness and Nutrition 30 Day Challenge: Day 4
- Friday Link Dump: MMA Staredowns That Got Physical, Chris Weidman’s Bold Statement, WSOF’s New TV Show + More
- Classic Fight of the Day: Bubba McDaniel vs. Alexander Shlemenko Ends in Buzzer-Beater Flying Knee, Confused Referee
- The 12 Best Photos From Arianny and Brittney’s FHM ‘Cheerleaders’ Pictorial
- Kickers, Rejoice! Melvin Manhoef vs. Mirko Cro Cop in the Works for Road FC 12
- Coffee…good or bad for MMA Fitness?
- MMA Fitness and Nutrition 30 Day Challenge: Day 6
- MMA Fitness and Nutrition 30 Day Challenge: Day 3
- MMA Fitness and Nutrition 30 DC: Intermittent Fasting
- MMA Fitness: Intermittent Fasting Update
Monthly Archives: August 2011
Ah… the typical stereotype of a fighter: TONS of running. I think of Rocky: he slogs down his raw eggs and goes for long jogs every single day, and as his training improves, he becomes fast enough to out run the whole town (Rocky theme music playing in the background). Best of all, it seems all of this running correlates to his badass ability to get hit in the face repeatedly and win fights. I remember as a little kid, I used to go for long runs every day thinking I would get strong like Rocky. I also think of … Continue reading
A major misconception of Mixed Martial Arts is that you have to fight in a cage to benefit from MMA style training. Many think: “Well, I’m a peaceful person, I would never want to fight in a cage, and I certainly don’t want to hurt anyone, I don’t want to get hurt, and I definitely don’t want cauliflower ears: MMA fitness just isn’t for me.” To be honest, I used to be the same way. Sure, MMA is entertaining as a sport and the competition is exciting and invigorating, but I had absolutely no intentions of ever hurting anyone or … Continue reading
New York Mixed Martial Arts shows the audience the fiery yet kind heart of the sport’s culture and dares them not to like it. – Peter Lampasona, US Combat SportsThis is an important piece of work, and every aspect of it works together to create a coherent piece of engaging story-telling that hooks you into this world and transforms the viewer from an outsider to an insider in the span of an hour. -The Fight Nerd, thefightnerd.comIt is a rare glimpse inside MMA, but it is a gem at the same time because it will open your eyes and help … Continue reading
Did you compete at “Fights at the Forum 2- USMTA Regional Qualifiers” in Lake George NY?? If you did than we have shots of you!!! There are 4 albums of shots from the entire event loaded. Please go thru all the albums and tag away! Please tag not only yourself but anyone you may know. I don’t know everyone that was there so I am counting on YOU to share!!! Just click on the image below to jump to our Facebook page!!
Persistence is more important than talent to become a champion martial arts fighter. Find out how to become more persistent to reach your goals. Bottom line that’s the difference in the mindset between a champion and just another fighter. The difference between winning and losing. This is the attitude you must have to overcome all the obstacles in your training and matches. Focus, hard work and commitment are some of the key factors in the making of a champion. Knowing the right way to train/condition your mind and body will increase your odds in becoming a champion. So how do … Continue reading