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UFC Training Products

Author : Robert Monie


Practice makes perfect and the only way you can do that is to train constantly. Although the weapon in UFC is your body, the only way to practice your technique properly is by using the proper training products that are available in the market.

During practice and in the ring, you need to use a primetime level glove that is sanctioned for use in amateur events. This is available in both open and closed palm designs which offers the right amount of protection to your arms and at the same time does not restrict you ability to grab your opponent.

The heavy bag is another thing you need for training. It is heavy and weights about 100 pounds and is a full 6 feet in height. This will allow you to do a full range of strikes which is a very good cardio workout.

To practice your punches and agility, you will need a curved focus mitt. This is worn by your trainer and you get to punch it while at times, you have to dodge when your trainer decides to hit you.

UFC fighters wear shorts or pants during practice and in the ring. You just have to make sure that this is approved for use before you use it.

You could lose more than a tooth when you are punched in the face. You could get a concussion or even a broken jaw which is why you also need to put on a mouth guard at all times. Studies have shown that this will also make you less vulnerable of getting a knockout but despite that, this still happens when you don’t have any energy left in the ring.

Although there are rules in UFC competitions that prohibit the opponent or you from hitting the groin or any other vital area, this still happens. Fortunately, you can protect that from happening by wearing pads.

Last but not the least is the helmet. If the mouth guard protects your jaws and teeth, the helmet will protect your head and face. You have to remember that some boxers have died because of a significant blow to the head and this can also happen during a UFC competition. The ideal helmet should have different openings for better cooling and ventilation when you are in the heat of combat. This should also protect your ears, eyes and forehead in the event of a frontal strike.

For people who want to study how other mixed martial artists do it, you can also buy videos and then watch this at your own convenience. There are many around and if you want to buy it, try downloading this from the web. The best part is that it is free.

The price range for each of the UFC training products varies and they could reach more than $100 a piece. While some gyms already have some of these items, you have to buy those which you will use personally. After all, will you let someone borrow your shorts, helmet or mouth guard?

You can buy UFC training equipment in your favorite sporting goods store or online. These come in different sizes and colors so you won’t have a problem finding one that suits your taste.


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Tags:   ufc, Ultimate Fighting Championship, Mixed Martial Arts, Martial Arts, Fitness, Sport, Health

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