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Mixed Martial Arts (MMA-Pro and Amateur Fighters Course)
Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows the use of both striking and grappling techniques, both standing and on the ground, from a variety of combat sports and martial arts primarily Boxing, Muay Tha(Kickboxing),Brazalian Jiu Jitsu and Combat submission wrestling. While mixed martial arts was initially practiced almost exclusively by competitive fighters, this is no longer the case. As the sport has become more mainstream with evolution of UFC and more widely taught, it has become accessible to wider range of practitioners of all ages with varying levels of competitiveness and fitness
Becoming a professional fighter takes a lot of qualities that most people don't possess. MMA is one of the toughest form of fighting and training, so we encourage only serious people with Fighters mentality to join this curriculum. These courses will teach everything required to become a competitor. From Martial Arts skill to Physical fitness and discipline you will gain everything. Our MMA Fighters Training courses are one of the most popular and challenging Combat Fitness Curriculum available in the market.
Knowing how to fight is essential. Martial arts are sports, like any other, with rules, regulations, restraint and discipline. All Martial Arts are great to train but they do not teach you how to fight.Below are the reasons why MMA is popular combat sports in the world today.
- Boxing teaches you how to throw a mean punch, but if the fight goes to the ground the boxer is done for.
- Thai Kickboxing shows you how to kick the hell out of someone, but if the fight goes to the ground the Thai Kickboxer is done for.
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu teaches you how to subdue someone on the ground with an armbar or a choke, but it doesn't teach stand-up fighting or punching.
- Submission Wrestling will build immense strength but is not fast as a boxing and kickboxing, so what if the fight doesn't go to the ground and the wrestler is done for.
So to end the debate which is best form of fighting system, MMA has come into origin. Put all the Martial Arts training styles together and you have: MIXED MARTIAL ARTS. Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) combine all the styles of martial arts training into one package, primarily learning how to fight, no matter with whom.
The FOUR most important reasons to study and train Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)
1) Training Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) will build confidence in you. When you know how to fight your mind is a little calmer, a little freer, and a little more relaxed. When you know how to throw a punch, break an arm, or choke someone unconscious there isn't too much threat of physical confrontation. And if there is threat, it is easier to walk away.
2) Training MMA will teach you discipline. As with any sport, MMA requires discipline. It teaches discipline of the mind and body. Training MMA teaches the discipline of eating right, sleeping right, and training right.
3) Training MMA is an excellent physical workout. Sparring (Boxing practice during training) or grappling (wrestling or ground-fighting practice) for 3-5 minute rounds is absolutely brutal cardio, which is why fighters are usually in top notch physical condition. There is no treadmill or stair-master in the world that can beat the benefits of practice fighting.
4) Training MMA will teach you self-defense. If the need should ever arise you will be able to defend yourself against any threats and attacks.
Common disciplines Muay Thai
Muay Thai, along with boxing, is recognized as a foundation for striking in mixed martial arts and is widely practiced and taught. One of the primary benefits of training in Muay Thai for MMA is its versatility. Techniques include long, middle and short range with everything from kicks to clinch holds and throws. It originated in Thailand, and is known as the "art of eight weapons" which refers to the use of the legs, knees, elbows and fists. It is a very aggressive and straightforward style.Most prominent MMA fighters with strong Muay Thai background are Anderson Silva, Shogun Rua and Duane Ludwig.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu came to international prominence in the martial arts community in the early 1990s, when Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert Royce Gracie won the first, second and fourthUltimate Fighting Championships, which at the time were single elimination martial arts tournaments. Royce fought against often much larger opponents who were practicing other styles, including boxing,Wrestling, Amateur Wrestling (including Freestyle, Greco-Roman, and American Folkstyle), shoot-fighting, karate and tae kwon do. It has since become a staple art and key component for many MMA fighters. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is largely credited for bringing widespread attention to the importance of ground fighting. It is primarily considered a ground-based fighting style, with emphasis on positioning, chokes and joint locks.
Boxing is a martial art that is widely used in MMA and is one of the primary striking bases for many fighters. Boxing punches account for the vast majority of strikes during the stand up portion of a bout and also account for the largest number of significant strikes, knock downs and KOs in MMA matches. Several aspects of boxing are extremely valuable such as footwork, use of combinations, and defensive techniques like slips, stance (to include chin projection and keeping hands up), and head movement. Boxing based fighters have also been shown to throw and land a higher volume of strikes compared to other striking bases at a rate of 3.88 per minute with 9.64 per minute thrown (compared to muay thai at 3.46 and 7.50, respectively). Some fighters that are known for using boxing are Nick Diaz, Junior dos Santos, B.J. Penn, Dan Hardy and Shane Carwin.
Also known as submission fighting, submission grappling, sport grappling, or simply as No-Gi or Combat wrestling (in Japan), is a formula of competition and a general term for martial arts and combat sports that focus on clinch and ground fighting with the aim of obtaining a submission using submission holds. The term "submission wrestling" usually refers only to the form of competition and training that does not use a "jacket", "gi," or "combat kimono," often worn with belts that establish rank by color. The sport of submission wrestling brings together techniques from Folk Wrestling (Catch-as-catch-can), Judo, Greco-Roman Wrestling,Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Ju-Jitsu and Sambo. Submission fighting as an element of a larger sport setting is very common in mixed martial arts, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, catch wrestling and others. Submission wrestlers or grapplers usually wear shorts, skin-sticky clothing such as Rash guards, speedos and mixed short clothes so they do not rip off in combat. They are also known for using submission techniques normally banned in other arts or competitions such as heel hooks, toe holds, wrist and finger locks.