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alexiszadeh 12-31-2013 12:29 PM

MMA Beginner Training Help
 
I just started training in MMA. currently in boxing, kickboxing, muay thai, and MMA focused conditioning. I have zero prior knowledge to MMA, I have never even seen a fight. I have been trying to find good research sources but am coming up short. Currently I'm looking for s good source that demonstrates a follow up after a 1,2,3, or 4 combo and also a reem. I cant find any videos showing me these techniques. also, just any general knowledge of MMA and links to great sources would be appreciated.

Thanks!

GlennMarsh 06-11-2014 02:43 AM

Guys i suggest you go to that gym and work on your stand up striking, boxing, kickboxing something like that. MMA or martial arts in general will help to give you that discipline and mental strength.


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helix2301 02-10-2015 10:25 AM

I recommend starting with standup striking. Then go ground and pound then grapling. See what local gyms are in the area and see what they have to offer. Start by learning 1 area of mma then move onto the next.

Focus on your strengths for example I have boxing background and wrestling background. I went to the next level and got more training in those areas cause those are my strengths my friend Dan has been in karate since a kid so he tents to lean more that way focus on the strengths and work on your weakness areas as well.

For me my weakness is BJJ so I tent to practice not so much the BJJ end buy how to defend against it.

CupCake 02-10-2015 10:37 AM

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Originally Posted by helix2301 (Post 3142081)
I recommend starting with standup striking. Then go ground and pound then grapling. See what local gyms are in the area and see what they have to offer. Start by learning 1 area of mma then move onto the next.

Focus on your strengths for example I have boxing background and wrestling background. I went to the next level and got more training in those areas cause those are my strengths my friend Dan has been in karate since a kid so he tents to lean more that way focus on the strengths and work on your weakness areas as well.

For me my weakness is BJJ so I tent to practice not so much the BJJ end buy how to defend against it.

Thread starter hasn't been online since 2013...best let it go.

helix2301 02-10-2015 10:38 AM

Sorry was just trying to help

CupCake 02-10-2015 10:41 AM

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Originally Posted by helix2301 (Post 3142177)
Sorry was just trying to help

lol it's cool, that member didn't stick around long.

jamesubrown1 06-22-2015 02:16 AM

1) MMA isn’t just about strength; flexibility also plays a big part in this discipline. Stretching after your MMA workouts can help to improve your flexibility, and it’s likely to become one of the easiest parts of your training. You’ll need to keep at it though, as skipping your stretching can quickly put you right back where you started.
2) Bodybuilding and MMA do not mix. While you do need a high level of strength in order to overpower opponents in the ring, being too built up can drastically limit yourself. Bodybuilding and MMA use completely different techniques, with MMA being fluid and bodybuilding being static and single-jointed. You’ll still need to do some weight training when doing MMA, but you should forge
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