Conor McGregor is not fighting in the main event. He’s not even on the main card. But he has been on just about every hardcore MMA fan’s radar. After an electrifying UFC debut, he preceded by a pair of remarkable regional fight titles which resulted in a pair of championship belts in two different divisions. He gained the attention of the MMA world and generated a veritable aura of hype in the process.
In today’s video MMACoach going to show that how you can learn to hit boxing counterpunch just like Conor McGregor:
The underlying principle behind his counterpunching is distance management. Take a look at the four ways he uses in his fight and that makes Conor McGregor MMA champion:
1. Fade and counter.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the most challenging appeal. It keeps you physically and mentally strong. You will notice that a lot of people who dedicate a huge portion of their time to the BJJ. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the lifetime sports.
This infographic by Giant Team will tell you the life-changing benefits of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu:
Here are the 5 reasons why Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is good for you:
1. Self Defense: The self-defense is seen by many instructors and athletes as a part or an introduction to Jiu Jitsu. Training self-defense proves time and time again to be an efficient Jiu Jitsu method that can be quickly assimilated.
2. Improve Fitness: BJJ will help you to improve your cardio exercise and endurance you strength and stamina too.
3. Flexibility: Flexibility is important in Jiu-Jitsu because it really makes all the vast number of techniques much easier to do. Flexibility exercise for BJJ beginners will help them to especially for a guard, speedy recovery and can make less injury.
4. Increased Self Confidence: The confidence you build comes from being proficient, being skillful, and being able to face your fears. You are confident because you have been given skills to defend yourself and hold your own.
5. Self Esteem: BJJ can help people vent their mental anxieties. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training can help develop emotional qualities as self-esteem, confidence, and patience that needs in a fight.
The most interesting combats are often held on the ground when two opponents lock themselves for hand to hand combat. Many believe there is no technique involved in entangling.
Want to know more about MMA fighting techniques to survive ground fighting. Here’s a video from Howcast.
No, it does require a technique. As difficult as it may sound, the opponent who is lying below has to fight strategically to get the other opponent out. One of the simplest MMA fighting techniques is to get your arm with the hand open under his neck and press your head against his. Then quickly pull yourself out before grabbing him from above.
Watch it! Learn It! Apply it!
Of course, a professional fighter finisher moves relies primarily on the person delivering it. But the wrestler on the receiving end must “bump” to make the move look deadly. Flying elbow moves make fighter unique in their field.
The most effective MMA wrestling techniques for controlling opponents and takedowns. Popular fighter moves like single and double legs are not all that wrestling has. Throws and trips are also utilized by wrestlers vastly.
In this slide show DefenseSoap describes the 12 best flying elbow moves in wrestling history:
For an MMA fighter, submission plays an important role for two very simple reasons. First of all, it gives you the skill to submit your opponent and the other to help you avoid being submitted by him. We do not doubt the fact that you might already be aware of it. But, to specialize in it is definitely not a child’s play.
This video by UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship will help us to learn 20 Most Outstanding Submissions In The MMA Specialists History:
So, if you ever wondered even for a moment what famous submission moves were in the history of MMA specialists, this video is the one for you. From Frank Mir’s shoulder locks and armbars to Royce Gracie who’s a specialist in all BJJ techniques, it will leave you enthralled. Take a look, believe it for yourself, will you?
Fighters who are a specialist in their submission moves are often considered far more dangerous and unpredictable in comparison to others. To be like them you ought to train and use the correct technique at the correct time. Sometimes the best way is to watch and learn. So, did you?