الأربعاء، 15 يونيو، 2011

The Ultimate Mma Training Program for the Beginner!

Okay, now that we've got that taken care of, let's move on to the good stuff!

You've continued to read on because you want a program that will help you develop solid mixed martial arts technique and would love to be able to get a head start, training anytime you want, in the safest environment there is, your own home.

That's great because learning MMA can be an extremely tough task. It takes a lot of detailed instruction and you need to learn things in a very specific order starting with the basics.

Master the basics first and you will never, ever have to go back and waste a ton of time trying to fix any bad habits. Notice how I said "trying". Unfortunately, some people are never able to fully fix things and that severely limits their ability to grow as a mixed martial artist. You can save yourself a ton of time and an insane amount of effort by starting your training the right way.

There's definitely no shortage of information out there. Magazines, books, internet forums, and other web sites are filled with MMA content. That itself creates a serious problem for beginning mixed martial artists! Trying to choose what to practice out of those thousands of techniques available on YouTube and those other video sites is impossible!

So if you've made the wise decision to invest your time by staying on this site, I'm going to reveal to you a complete, easy-to-follow program that will build you an incredibly strong foundational MMA skill set. A program that once completed will enable you to train at any MMA school in the world and feel comfortable right away.

Tons of Technique without Structure = Confusion!

I created this website to put an end to the confusion that beginning mixed martial artists face. There's so much info out there about what techniques to practice, what workouts to follow, what exercises to do, and what methods work best, it's next to impossible to get a clear picture of what truly works and will be a waste of time.

Some guys are creating websites that share techniques, drills and tips but without a well structured training system designed with the intent of building your skills from the ground up, there is absolutely no way that you will retain what they are showing. In fact, the more techniques they post up, the more confusing it gets.

Training with an instructor to guide you along the way is crucial. However, jumping into a group class setting when you begin training isn't always the best way to learn.

Some instructors find teaching the basics boring and seem to always be showing the newest and coolest techniques in class. That type of an instructor will not help you get the results you're looking for.

Also, in a large group setting, an instructor is often forced to teach you things beyond your level because there are students with much more experience than you in the class as well.

In the worst case scenario, an instructor may never have mastered the basics themself. Without a doubt, it will be impossible for them to teach you how to do it.

Unfortunately I see the last example being the case more often as many instructors --some with very limited training-- open new MMA schools trying to capitalize on the popularity of the UFC and the sport of mixed martial arts.

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