Strength And Conditioning

S&C in Fight Sports

Ultimately what gets you the Win in combat sports is your mind(IQ), adaptability, toughness (heart) - Your skills.  So don't become dependent on your strength and conditioning to get you the wins. 

Let strength and conditioning be like the icing on the cake to make you more dangerous in your sport and let it be a practice to keep you in great shape and in optimal health outside of the ring. 

What Strength and Conditioning Can Do For You:

  • Increase overall athleticism 
  • Increase Explosive Power
  • Increase Reactivity
  • Increase Strength
  • Increase Cardiovascular Conditioning
  • Increasing your overall longevity

These can be achieved when you utilize specific types of training methods at appropriate times with specific loads and exercise tempos being used throughout your workouts. 

Having a structured program where you can work on the different methods to increase your attributes is a major key to unlocking your physical potential which can carry over into your sport or activity. 

Phases of "Peaking" for Your Competition

Phase 1: Builds base of Athleticism :  In this phase you develop Cardiovascular Endurance, All-Around Muscle Endurance, Muscular Strength, General Flexibility, Agility, coordination and All-around Athletic Ability.

Phase 2: During this phase you continue to build what you've been in phase 1 only with more focus on sport specific movements. This means well be working on movement patterns, muscle groups, typos of muscular endurance for your specific sport.

Phase 3: This phase is where you'll focus your training on your unique needs as an athlete within your specific sport. This phase takes what you've built in the first 2 phases of your "camp" and brings it together into one ability for your sport. 

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