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Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Rushfit | 0 comments

Go Anaerobic with MMA Workouts

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Four Reasons to Try an MMA Workout

There are a lot of workouts available these days, but if you’re ready to take it up a notch, you should consider a mixed martial arts workout, the kind used to train real-world MMA fighters.

I could go on and on about the benefits of these types of intense exercise programs, but instead I’ll just give you my top four reasons you should try out an MMA workout this year.

1. Stress Reduction. Life is tough, there’s no doubt about that. MMA workouts help you survive in the gym and on the job. These workouts are so seriously intense compared to a traditional laid-back gym workout that you’ll quickly learn how to survive while under pressure.

2. Increased Confidence. You want to be able to stand up tall during any situation, but how do you learn that? MMA workouts, of course. Nothing says confidence like making it through a workout that professional fighters use. Eight weeks in, and you’ll know that you can be strong and capable, even if you aren’t the largest or most powerful person in the room.

3. Build Total-Body Strength. Don’t skimp when it comes to working out. Instead of training just the major muscles of your arms and legs, MMA workouts strengthen every part of your body. The weak spots will be gone and you will be stronger overall.

4. Feel Invincible. Take strength and confidence, mix in a little calmness-in-the-face-of-stress, and you have a recipe for invincibility. Life isn’t always about winning. Sometimes it’s about never failing. MMA workouts will give you all that, inside and out.

Sound good? Then why wait to become as powerful as a MMA fighter…

The Rush Fit workout, designed by MMA star George St. Pierre, gives you the same kind of intense workout that he uses to prepare for his fights.

This 8-week program includes seven 45-minute workouts that cover strength and endurance, abdominal strength and core-conditioning, explosive power training, fight conditioning, and full-body strength and conditioning.

Step out of your comfort zone now, and check out the Rush Fit workout today.

Five Reasons to Go Anaerobic

While many people focus a lot of their effort on aerobic exercise—things like running or cycling—a well-rounded workout also needs a strong anaerobic component.

You may think of lifting weights when you hear this term, but anaerobic exercise also includes activities like sprints and circuit training.

If you’re still not convinced that it’s time to go anaerobic, here are five reasons to say goodbye to the treadmill or spin class.

Muscle Burns Fat. Anaerobic exercise packs on the muscle, which cranks up your metabolism for hours after a workout, and causes your body to burn off its stores of fat and free fatty acids.

Aerobic Takes Too Long. You could run for hours and never lose your excess belly fat. With 20 to 30 minutes of sprints and circuit exercises, you can raise your heart rate more than a 5-mile run. Plus, you’ll feel more spent afterwards.

Anaerobic Is Effective. Unless you’re training for a marathon, bike race or triathlon, anaerobic exercise will get what you need—stronger muscles and a leaner body—in much less time.

Anaerobic Prepares You For Life. Circuit training, sprints and resistance training are much better at preparing you for the stop-and-go intense activities of life like a day of downhill skiing. Some athletes even train for 10K runs and hour-long bike races with only anaerobic workouts.

Use It or Lose It. If you don’t use your muscles, they will grow weak. Adding anaerobic resistance training to your workouts will keep your muscles strong throughout your life.

If you really want the kind of power and fat burning that comes with anaerobic exercise, you should check out the Rush Fit workout.

This mixed martial arts workout is highly anaerobic, which means you will get your heart pumping and burn fat more quickly.

The secret? Short bursts like sprinting. This not only mirrors what you’d experience in a real MMA fight, but it also gives you all the benefits of anaerobic exercise.

To go anaerobic now, click here to learn more about the Rush Fit workout.

 

Is There a Magic Bullet to Weight Loss?

I’ll be brutally honest. If you’re looking for a magic bullet for weight loss, you need to stop looking. It doesn’t exist.

But that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to burn off fat and have a powerful body in a few months.

What I’m about to share with you, though, isn’t a secret, so feel free to spread it around.

Real weight loss—the kind that lasts for a long time—needs real determination. This is something that you have to make happen with your own effort.

Wishing for the pounds to melt away won’t help. What you need an exercise program that works for you and your body.

But what kind of exercise is best? There’s no one type that will get you the weight loss that you’re looking for. If you’re looking for fast results, though, you need a program that’s more intense, like the kind you’d find with a mixed martial arts workout.

When it comes to weight loss, MMA workouts have many things going for them. They build muscle which helps to burn the fat. They’re also very intense (think sprints and circuit training) which cranks up your metabolism for hours.

MMA workouts are also fun. Sure, they’re not for everyone, but many people find that the variety in a MMA workout keeps them interested longer than with traditional programs. And choosing an exercise program that you like—and will stick with—is one of the most important parts of weight loss.

As I mentioned before, the Rush Fit MMA workout is an excellent example of this. It’s well-designed, but also very intense.

Plus, it has three levels, which means you can attempt it even if you are just starting out. Once you finish that level, you can always repeat the program at the next level for a more intense fat-burning experience.

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