Martial Arts Fitness
Never before has a fitness concept literally taken the breath of so many people. Mixed martial art owns a unique blend of strength, power, skill and finesse. The product of such an attention getting industry is martial arts fitness. Without a combination of traits on polar opposites of the spectrum, its longevity in communities and as lifestyles would have been much shorter lived.
To build strength, endurance is tested and pushed. Hours of breathless movements, repetitions, and conditioning reconstructed to effectively produce results for the average person. Each day the exerciser gains confidence in their movements as a mixed martial artist does before competition.
Growing powerful and training to use muscles in their greatest time of need occurs through explosive movement. Pushing abilities in every movement using the utmost intensity grows power. Power isn’t obtained through heavy lifting, it’s through the use of the power you already have. The body has to be taught to find it.
Controlling trained muscles is not only difficult but part of finding personal skill. A great kicker could have at one time barely been able to lift their foot above their knee. Mastering each movement and placing the body in the right alignment for proper execution is exemplary skill building. From the building stage to execution stage, faster and stronger muscles use power and strength for toning and fat loss.
In finale, putting the entire martial arts fitness blend into use and combination takes finesse. Not always the finesse of the exerciser but the finesse of the instructor. Properly placing together the right combinations and changing the combination order and approach keep exercisers interested and involved. This is why martial arts fitness has literally taken the breath of many people, and it’s not slowing the attack.
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