Train Like A UFC Fighter

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the leading promotion company of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), has taken the world by storm. And you know this when schools have MMA for kids sign up sheets, right next to the football and soccer ones. UFC workouts are too making their way into the main stream fitness facilities and gyms as well.

Fighting fans claim that they want reality when they watch sports, and the UFC is “as real as it gets”. This cult popularity and phenomenon is prompting countless people to take on UFC Training to build rock hard muscles like the UFC stars. The Ultimate Fighting Championship promotes Mixed Martial Arts, a fusion of wrestling, karate, grappling, Muay Thai, boxing, Tae Kwon Do, jiu-jitsu and other self-defense arts.

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How did the UFC get started?

While the UFC started as a free-for-all, open-class competition with no rules, it has completely transformed from a show into a tremendously respected sports organization. Mixed Martial Arts is classified as a combat sport that highlights the code of fair play and respect for one’s opponent.  Rules and regulations are also imposed and strictly enforced by Athletic Commissions. Due to the strict mental and physical conditioning of the fighters, there are no reports of any critical injuries or death linked to the sport to date.

Royce Gracie, left, made a career out of chopping down larger opponents

As much as the UFC fighters are admired for their build and stamina, they are also renowned for their exemplary fighting skills, self-discipline and determination. They have endured rigorous UFC workouts, Training camps and muscle building programs in order to achieve and maintain the power and stamina required to last all 3 or 5 rounds.

Some UFC Legends

One of the most notable MMA fighters and a five-time UFC champion is UFC Hall of Famer, Randy Couture.  The first to win a championship in two different weight classes, Randy is a three-time former heavyweight champion and a two-time light-heavyweight champion.

Royce Gracie is another prominent UFC figure who won the very first UFC tournament in 1993–ultimately leading to the UFC’s worldwide popularity. Gracie was known for submitting bigger and stronger opponents with his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ)**; he proved that fighting is not only about size and strength, but about learning and mastering several fighting styles.

**This is the best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu program that I have tried.. and believe me I’ve tried a handful! It’s called Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Video Series – By Keith Owen. Make sure you click the link and watch some of his videos.. There are some SICK ninja moves he teaches on them.

MMA and the UFC Today

A lot has changed since those Royce Gracie days. Fighters today are proficient in most forms of Mixed Martial Arts, not only one. “The new up and coming breed of fighters are bigger, stronger, and more agile. They don’t grow up training only wrestling, or kick boxing anymore, they train MMA” said UFC commentator, Joe Rogan.

Watch former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar training as he prepares for a UFC bout.

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Brock Lesnar training camps are always intense! But this will give you a glimpse of why UFC workouts are taking over! With all this complexity, athleticism and ultimate challenge, it is no wonder that Mixed Martial Arts is being heralded as the fastest growing sport in the world.

In tandem with the exploding fan following and the global recognition of the UFC, people have flocked to MMA gyms to undergo UFC training programs and UFC workouts by the thousands.  Devotees of MMA will argue there is no better way to go to improve both body and mind:

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“The best conditioned athletes in the world are MMA fighters, so if you want to workout, train, and look like a pro, join a UFC or MMA gym” UFC president, Dana White.

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