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davidm724 09-16-2007 09:26 AM

MMA-specific plyometrics
 
I am fairly familiar with basic plyometrics, but what are some examples of plyos that are more geared toward MMA specifically?
Some guys swear by plyos, but I have only picked up what I've done in other sports. I have a feeling there are tons of killer plyos out there that I'm missing out on.

davidm724 09-16-2007 09:29 AM

Ok, so I just saw another thread by mikehmike with a similar question. I found some stuff on there, but if anybody has something else to add, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!

mikehmike 09-16-2007 04:01 PM

lol ya i posted this already =O, just search google etc or ask your MMA coaches etc

davidm724 09-17-2007 07:51 AM

The funny thing is, I'm in a small Alaskan town with one MMA club that's full of crackheads. Actually they're more like tweakers, dealers and sex offenders. Needless to say, I am training on my own (and with friends) until a relatively safe and credible club comes around. The SAD thing is that the Meth Martial Arts club is run by the not-so-Natural Rob Couture. Rob's not a bad guy, but there's a lot of drugs and crap around that club.
wow, talk about off my own topic. Anyway, I'm pretty much on my own unless I get online training. Maybe I can get a purple belt in Jits and print it out right here. Alaska sucks.

mikehmike 09-17-2007 11:20 AM

lol that is crazy man, that stinks. I hope you work it out though cause that would stink not to be able to find a good gym to train at


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