Mental 'Toughness' Required for MMA Training

Fighting technique, self-defense and mental toughness skills are three essential requirements which individuals are required to have before opting for MMA training of modern health clubs. Mixed Martial Arts training is not a simple task. It requires a lot of hard work and dedication to remain focused and motivated for the training. It is really important to have strong mental ability along with physical fitness.

And mental toughness skills include four distinct components like:

Flexibility
It is important to be focused of gear change ability during MMA training. One needs to develop the ability to bend to not face any injury from one’s influence. In short, flexibility of mind and body both requires for better MMA training results.


 

Receptive
The ability to remain energized and focused on target is the receptive component of mental toughness. One should be like not withdrawing from the challenge or get unresponsive. An important sign of mental toughness is the strong receptive power.

Resilience
To cope strongly with adversity and stress is useful to prove one’s mental toughness. For MMA training, resilience factor is required as one is needed to react quickly against the bounce rather than focusing on the problem.

Strength
Fighter attitude is reflected by mental strength of individual. Regardless of fatigue or pain, to hold on to the aggression is something which proves the mental strength of any person to move further for MMA training.

Saturday April 30th, 2011 – UFC 129 comes to The Rogers Centre in Toronto Canada!


 

Best Canadian Fighters to Compete in the UFC
(From www.ufc.com)

10 – Gary Goodridge – Trinidad and Tobago / Barrie
UFC Record – 4-4 (3 KOs, 1 sub)
UFC Debut – UFC 8 – KO1 Paul Herrera
Key UFC Win – UFC 8 – KO 1 Paul Herrera

9 – Mark Bocek – Toronto
UFC Record – 5-3 (4 subs)
UFC Debut – UFC 73 – TKO by 1 Frankie Edgar
Key UFC Win – UFC 124 – Wsub1 Dustin Hazelett

8 – Krzysztof Soszynski – Poland / Winnipeg
UFC Record – 5-2 (2 KOs, 2 subs)
UFC Debut – TUF8 Finale – Wsub2 Shane Primm
Key UFC Win – UFC 110 – TKO3 Stephan Bonnar

7 – David Loiseau – Montreal
UFC Record – 4-5 (4 KOs)
UFC Debut – UFC 42 – KO1 Mark Weir
Key UFC Win – UFC 53 – TKO2 Charles McCarthy

6 – Sam Stout – London
UFC Record – 5-5
UFC Debut – UFC 58 – W3 Spencer Fisher
Key UFC Win – UFC 108 – W3 Joe Lauzon

5 – Jason MacDonald – New Glasgow
UFC Record – 5-6 (3 subs, 2 KOs)
UFC Debut – Ortiz vs Shamrock 3 – Wsub1 Ed Herman
Key UFC Win – Ortiz vs Shamrock 3 – Wsub1 Ed Herman

4 – Patrick Cote – Rimouski
UFC Record – 4-7 (2 KOs)
UFC Debut – UFC 50 – L3 Tito Ortiz
Key UFC Win – UFC Fight Night 12 – TKO1 Drew McFedries

3 – Mark Hominick – Thamesford
UFC Record – 3-0 (1 sub, 1 KO)
UFC Debut – UFC 58 – Wsub2 Yves Edwards
Key UFC Win – UFC Fight For The Troops 2 – TKO1 George Roop

2 – Carlos Newton – Anguilla / Newmarket
UFC Record – 3-4 (3 subs)
UFC Debut – UFC 17 – Wsub1 Bob Gilstrap
Key UFC Win – UFC 31 – Wsub3 Pat Miletich

1 – Georges St-Pierre – Montreal
UFC Record – 15-2 (5 KOs, 2 subs)
UFC Debut – UFC 46 – W3 Karo Parisyan
Key UFC Win – UFC 65 – TKO2 Matt Hughes

 

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