Championship Belts.  Pro Contracts.  World-Class Gyms.  Dropping 45lbs.  Getting Injury-Free.  Even Surviving a Heart Attack.
These guys all did it – learn how you can, too!

We all know that doing the right kind of MMA workout is a good idea.  But could it really change your life?  Check out how it helped the guys below…

Two MMA Title Belts, a New Reality Show, AND a Female MMA Champ?

Aaron Cook lost his very 1st MMA fight.  Hell, he even lost his 2nd fight.  But he got on the right kind of workouts, and got his conditioning up to snuff, feeling like he could have “fought 5 or 6 more times”.  Before long, Aaron had raked up Championship Belts in 2 different MMA organizations, signed a pro contract, gotten on a MMA reality show, and even helped his girlfriend win a belt, too…

Self-Professed “Superhero Fanboy” Learns It’s “All A Front”

James Brinegar was actually one of my very first ever lifting partners back in high school.  He has a promising career in major league baseball before a blowing out his knee ended his dreams.  He soon turned to bodybuilding, but even though he loved getting big and strong, he burned out so bad that he was out of the gym for a year.  Then he started other activities, only to be so injured he couldn’t do balance drills on one foot without falling over.  A few short weeks on the right kind of workout, and everything turned around for him…

From “Too Sore, Too Gassed, & Injured All the Time” to Surviving a Heart Attack…

Like many guys in the mid 1990s, Tom Peters turned his love of the emerging sport of MMA into regularly practicing BJJ.  Problem is that the workouts he’d been doing all along (get big in the winter, try to ‘cut’ in the summer) were getting his ass kicked on the mats.  Once he started doing the right kind of workouts, he quickly dropped 25lbs and started manhandling his opponents.  Then he was struck with a heart attack.  Doctors told him most guys would have died…Tom never even passed out.  3 months later, he’s medically cleared, healthy, and getting back to work…

46-Year Old Cop Gets the Body of a Young Soldier, Works Circles Around Kids Half His Age, & Loses 45lbs

sammySammy Reyes entered the Marine Corps lean, muscular, and “svelte”.  Fast forward a few years, a few injuries, and few family hardship situations later, and he was only a shell of his former self.  In fact, he was (as he puts it), “embarrassed taking pictures with his shirt off because he became so fat”.  Worse yet, he was now a cop in his everyday life – meaning his poor physical health could literally cause him bodily harm if he got into the wrong kind of conflict.  Maybe even his life.  But Sammy got things turned around, lost 45lbs pounds, and works so hard in the gym that the kids half his age are asking him if he’s current military Special Forces…

How This “Ultimate Fighter” Contestant Learned Just How Important Being In Shape Was

paigeSpencer Paige is a UFC veteran and was a contestant back in Season 12 of The Ultimate Fighter.  He’d been a martial artist for a long time, and had competed for several years by that point, but never really took working out that serious.  It wasn’t until he got to work hands-on with a guy like George St. Pierre that he realized he needed to make being in shape a “top priority”.  Soon after starting the right kind of MMA workout, strength, energy, and endurance were all seriously improved, and his recovery was “100% better”…

Amazing what the right kind of MMA workout can do, isn’t it?

But the real question isn’t really what a workout can do, but…

What Would the Right Kind of MMA Workout Look Like?

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