Keeping a workout log is important. Whether it be measuring progress, holding yourself accountable, or even motivating yourself a little when you see those miniscule improvements, a workout log can be the ultimate tool. Even if you don't believe it has any benefits, it can't do hurt to try it.
What's up everybody, welcome back to Fighting Champions. There has been a buzz word in the fitness industry lately; Mobility. There are three aspects to injury prevention training: strength, flexibility, and mobility. Training joint mobility is proven loosen and strengthen muscles, as well as increase the range of motion that is so critical to everything we do as fighters. Joint mobility is defined as the ability to control a joint in it's full range of motion.
Grip strength is one of the most important yet most overlooked aspect of building an absolute killer. Whether it's controlling the wrist or ankle, safeguarding you from injury, or even help you lift heavier and build up more strength in the preparation stages of a fight.
What's up everybody, it's Phallon again. Welcome back to another article in which we will be discussing the million dollar question; is there an alternative to running?
Hello everyone, Phallon here from Fighting Champions. It's not even debatable that a large gas tank can give a competitive edge to anybody in the fight game. Look at Tony Ferguson, Khabib Nurmagomedov, or Nate Diaz. If you're able to keep a high pace longer than your opponent, you have a huge advantage. Take a look at this drill I use to make sure that I can stop takedowns at will without emptying the metaphorical gas tank.