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No Partner? Here's 5 Solo Drills to Get Fight-Ready. Sure it takes two to tango, but every top level fighter puts in endless hours into training by themselves. I always picture the great Sugar Ray Robinson doing his roadwork from the old highlight footage they have of him, running in his overalls through a wooded path. But, I’m not just talking about conditioning (like running, calisthenics, and weight-training); I’m talking about the solo practice that is done similar to legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen, who has said to have kept his guitar strapped to him for hours throughout the day...

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Day 1: Muay Thai & Balance, Back & Core Day 2: Grappling & Leg Power/Endurance Day 3: Boxing & Upper Body Power/Endurance Day 4: Taekwondo, Hip Mobility, & Kick Flexibility Day 5: Boxing, Footwork, & Core Day 6: MMA, Full Body Conditioning, & Recovery Day 7: Rest Get the full 6 day program here

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Have you ever found yourself shadowboxing or hitting the heavybag, but you’re just throwing punches without any rhyme or reason? Hundreds of punches, yet no defense or intentional angling? Sure, that will give you a good workout, but if you want to know to form safe, effective combinations, you must follow this formula: Entry In-Fighting Exit Entry Your entry is how to get close enough to hit your opponent. Think about when two boxers square up with each other. They never stand within arms reach -- they stand just outside of their longest ranged attack (the jab in boxing). In-Fighting Once you're close enough...

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