The original publishing date of today’s article was back on July 30, 2018, but I thought today was a good day to bring this particular piece out of the archives.
Over my career I’ve come to realize that a lot of fighters starting out tend to enjoy being garage gym warriors when it comes to getting in their strength training outside of the fight school. So for today’s topic of discussion I wanted to bring this article to the forefront as I know it will help you if you happen to fall into that category of being a garage gym warrior…whether you’re a fighter, or not.
Read and apply!
- Are you currently looking for some unique strength drills to enhance your MMA fight strength?
- Are you currently incorporating a strength and conditioning program for your MMA fight performance?
- Do you currently train with medicine balls for your fight strength and performance?
- Are you looking to build power, speed, and reaction time for your MMA fight strength?
One of the most overlooked hidden treasures in many gyms these days are medicine balls. Medicine ball training is one of the most overlooked training implements when it comes to building power and athleticism because most people don’t really know how to leverage this awesome training implement. When it comes to fight strength and performance I’m here to tell you that this training implement can serve your fight performance well. As a result I’m going to show you how to do that here in this article!