Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is the height of the variety for athletes struggle. Stir in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), submission attack, wrestling, boxing, muay Thai, and may scratch your head about how to organize your training and conditioning workouts in a weekly MMA.
First, you must realize that its almost never the same routine week after week. Sometimes you will be a peak before the competition, with others, which will focus on technical skills. At other times, is recovering from an injury or overtraining. In others, will try to gain strength, lose fat or increase your work capacity.
No matter what happens, your training schedule will be weekly MMA is constantly evolving. However, there have to be a mess: I will discuss the basic concepts that help you organize your workouts a week to week.
First of all, there is no 'magic MMA workout routine. "There are many ways to assemble their own training, and often the training program is built around your goals and objectives.
Mon adjustment you can do is to plan your training harder and more intense at the end of the week you can take one or two days off.
The reason? Recovery.
Think of it this way: If you make your workout more intense in the first few weeks, you'll probably be sore and exhausted for the rest of the week. You can grain through the rest of the week, but more than likely you tearing your body down, making you more vulnerable to injury or to catch a cold from weakening your natural defenses.
Probably the best way to understand it is to take what is already working for the success of professional fighters and essentially copy what you can from them and then tweak it to fit your personal schedule MMA and objectives.
Take, for example, Mario Sperry MMA workout:
Monday to Friday - Jiu-Jitsu training during the day. Muay Thai training tonight.
Fitness training 3 times a week
Catch Tuesday and Thursday.
You will notice that some kind of circuit training two or three times a week and then the other air conditioning workouts during the week. Hopefully this will help you understand how to organize the training as well.
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