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Incorporate Mixed Martial Arts and Boxing into a Fitness Program
Working out doesn’t have to be done alone. There’s plenty of ways to build and tone muscles with the help of a friend. Including boxing & MMA in the fitness program provides some great benefits. Here are some examples to think about.
How About a Speed Bag?
There’s equipment that many boxers use to tone and increase mass. One of the basics is investing in a speed bag. Suspended from the ceiling and adjusted to a comfortable height, this equipment is great for improving swing and speed. Many boxers use it for warming up before entering a ring.
Many forms of martial arts involve kick boxing. That same speed bag can be used to help with aim and increase proficiency.
Consider Investing in a Body Opponent Bag
This type of bag provides a more realistic way to practice landing punches and strikes on different parts of the body. Configured to resemble the head and torso of a person, it’s easy to set up and goes a long way in developing form, control, and contact skills.
Kick Shields Help Too
Kick shields can be mounted on a surface and provide a great way to practice landing punches or kicks. A friend can also hold the shield if there’s the desire to work with a moving target.
In the Ring
Remember that the right type of hand wraps to go along with the boxing gloves is a must. The wrap provides additional protection for the knuckles and can also be used to add stability to the wrists. Learning how to use the wrap effectively reduces the risk of injury while working out with a buddy.
Learn more about mixed martial arts and boxing, especially in terms of how it can add to the effort to remain fit. With the right resources and a friend or two, having fun while working out will be a breeze.