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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
    I teach a mma conditioning class....
    Describe in detail what you do in your class?

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    Describe in detail what you do in your class?
    I make people puke.

    It makes me laugh with evil kackles.

    Just ask coffee fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
    I make people puke.

    It makes me laugh with evil kackles.

    Just ask coffee fan.
    I was looking for what types of drills and such you do?

    Who the **** is Coffee Fan?

    I want to compare what you do to the MMA strength and conditioning class I used to go to back in the day?

    If you don't want to give a description that's fine?

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    I was looking for what types of drills and such you do?

    Who the **** is Coffee Fan?

    I want to compare what you do to the MMA strength and conditioning class I used to go to back in the day?

    If you don't want to give a description that's fine?
    1. I would tell you but then I'd have to kill you.

    2. Post #4. Thanks for reading.

    3. That's a question?

    4. I've got video.

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    There is bare money in this. I was thinking of teaching a class too. I have never fought pro mma but I have five years bjj and mma experience. If you emphasise 'FITNESS' there should be no problem

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    There are quite a few places that teach "Fitness MMA". Some call it Combat conditioning, or Combat Fitness. CrossFit even has some MMA/combative type drills.

    It's all good as long as they don't claim that this alone is teaching you to fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Question
    I was looking for what types of drills and such you do?

    Who the **** is Coffee Fan?

    I want to compare what you do to the MMA strength and conditioning class I used to go to back in the day?

    If you don't want to give a description that's fine?
    Hi, Im Coffefan; the voice of Omega when he's too lazy to post details.

    As far a drills it's a lot of circuits with fast paced, high intensity combat drills mixed with polymetrics and endurance work. Pretty much push your ass untill you puke, definetly not for everyone.

    Here would be an example of the class type:

    -400 jumping jacks
    -100 mountain climbers
    -100 ab exercise
    -100 of a different ab exercise
    -50 squats
    -30 push ups
    -shrimping: 4 laps
    -Forearrm crawls: 4 laps
    -100 punches of death- the way this works is everyone gets on a bag. Throws a one-two combination for a total of 10 punches (fast as you can), sprawl, do a push up, repeat 10 times for 100 total punches. After a 30 second rest we do it again but with a backfall and pushup instead of the sprawl/push up.
    -Box jumping
    -Bag suplexing
    -100 roundhouse kicks
    -sledge dragging
    -pumbling drills
    -lots and lots of bag work

    Pretty much any kind of exercise that get your HR near max done for a set amount of time (3 minutes) followed by a short rest, then move to another exercise. Many people have upchucked during the class (bathroom and drain right outside).

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    Oh yea, Omega also has a video of the class on yourtube

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    That looks like an MMA Conditioning Class. I dont think thats what the OP is referring to. I think it's aerobics classes that pass themselves off as MMA. Sort of like doing a Non Combative MMA Style.

    OR.....an MMA School that does nothing BUT this type of conditioning ie techniques, sparring etc. I ran into this in JKD where everyone would get a great workout but everyone was like "where's the JKD?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFan
    Hi, Im Coffefan; the voice of Omega when he's too lazy to post details.

    As far a drills it's a lot of circuits with fast paced, high intensity combat drills mixed with polymetrics and endurance work. Pretty much push your ass untill you puke, definetly not for everyone.

    Here would be an example of the class type:

    -400 jumping jacks
    -100 mountain climbers
    -100 ab exercise
    -100 of a different ab exercise
    -50 squats
    -30 push ups
    -shrimping: 4 laps
    -Forearrm crawls: 4 laps
    -100 punches of death- the way this works is everyone gets on a bag. Throws a one-two combination for a total of 10 punches (fast as you can), sprawl, do a push up, repeat 10 times for 100 total punches. After a 30 second rest we do it again but with a backfall and pushup instead of the sprawl/push up.
    -Box jumping
    -Bag suplexing
    -100 roundhouse kicks
    -sledge dragging
    -pumbling drills
    -lots and lots of bag work

    Pretty much any kind of exercise that get your HR near max done for a set amount of time (3 minutes) followed by a short rest, then move to another exercise. Many people have upchucked during the class (bathroom and drain right outside).
    how many days a week do you guys do this? do you do anything else on those days?
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