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MMA Yoga On The Mat: Real Yoga For Inside The Cage

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MMA Yoga On The Mat: Real Yoga For Inside The Cage

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116 pagine
1 ora
Pubblicato:
Aug 12, 2011
ISBN:
9781936910267
Formato:
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The perfect training supplement for martial artists, ''MMA Yoga on the Mat'' provides the best remedies and conditioning techniques for fighters looking to gain an edge. Khadi Madama ,''The First Lady of MMA Yoga'', has synthesized decades of MMA experience and over 40 years of therapeutic and sport yoga to create this one of a kind guide. The book supplies MMA fighters with the best information on:

- General Conditioning
- Flexibility Factors
- Pre/Post Fight Training Relief
- Remedies to Gain the Edge
Pubblicato:
Aug 12, 2011
ISBN:
9781936910267
Formato:
Libro

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MMA Yoga On The Mat - Khadi Madama

MMA Yoga On The Mat: Real Yoga For Inside The Cage

By Khadi Madama The First Lady of MMA Yoga

Prior to beginning any exercise program, you must consult with your physician. You must also consult your physician before increasing the intensity of your training. The information in this book is intended for healthy individuals. Any application of the recommended material in this book is at the sole risk of the reader, and at the reader’s discretion. Responsibility of any injuries or other adverse effects resulting from the application of any of the information provided within this book is expressly disclaimed.

Price World Publishing

www.PriceWorldPublishing.com

Copyright © 2011 by Khadi Madama

All rights reserved. Neither this book, nor any parts within it may be sold or reproduced in any form without permission.

eISBN: 9781936910267

Contents

First Section: General Conditioning

1. General Conditioning: Hips-Shoulders-Neck

2. General Conditioning: Shoulders: Rotator Cuff Strengthening and Injury Prevention

3. General Conditioning: Building Up Your Core

4. General Conditioning: Hips-Shoulders-Neck-Quads: 3 Mixed Stretches for MMA

5. General Conditioning: The Fighter’s Repose: Downtime Training: Training Your Body to Repair

6. General Training: Focused Breathing

7. General Conditioning: Focused Breathing 2

8. General Conditioning: Hips, Shoulders, Legs, Neck

9. General Conditioning: Neck Alignment

10. General Conditioning: Back Alignment: Body Alignment Trumps Pain & Increases Impact

11. General Conditioning: Eye Training: Negotiating the Blind Spot

12. General Conditioning: Breathing for Excellence in the Arena

13. General Conditioning: Breathing: Breathing In Tight Places

14. General Conditioning: Staying Healthy Before a Fight: Healthy Pre-fight Breathing

15. General Conditioning: Striking: A Fighter’s Meditation: Training With Candles for Pinpoint Accuracy

16. General Conditioning: Abs and Lumbar

Second Section: Flexibility Factors

1. Flexibility Factors: Standing Ankle Flexors

2. Flexibility Factors: Legs-Hamstrings-Calves: Avoiding Hamstring and Calf Injuries

3. Flexibility Factors: Upper Back, Neck, Legs: A Fighting Stance Makes Good Sense

Third Section: Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief

1. Post Fight/Training Relief: Neck Rolls

2. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Knees

3. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Shoulder Stress

4. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Hips & Shoulders

5. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Jaw Stress & Pre-fight Jitters

6. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Grappler’s Foot

7. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Relieving The Guard. (Low Back Pain Relief)

8. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Groin Pain

9. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Sinus Blockage

10. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Lower Back Strain

11. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Hands: Grappling & Punching Hand Care

12. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: A Fighters Bath

13. Pre and Post Fight/Training Relief: Shoulders: Pre-fight Sternum/Shoulder Relief Massage

Fourth Section: Remedies To Gain The Edge

1. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Arm Bar Relief

2. Remedies To Gain The Edge: MMA Strong Medicine for Bruising

3. Remedies To Gain The Edge: More Strong Medicine for MMA Part 2

4. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Hardcore Training- Homeopathic’s, Herbals & Aromatics

5. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Nosebleeds

6. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Toe Bursitis: Going Toe To Toe with Bursitis

7. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Fight Prep: Preparing for a Fight

8. Flexibility Factors: Lumbar Problems: Herniated Discs In The Lower Spine

9. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Candles and Control: Gaining The Edge

10. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Pressure Points: Putting The Pressure On Pressure Points

11. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Pressure Points-Feet: Putting The Pressure On Pressure Points #2

12. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Hands: Putting The Pressure On Pressure Points # 3:Hand Reviving Point

13. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Feet: Putting The Pressure On Pressure Points # 4 Grappling Hook Foot Point

14. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Stomach: Putting the Pressure On Pressure Points: # 5: The Seize And Control Stomach Point

15. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Diaphragm/Chest: Putting the Pressure on Pressure Points # 6 Chest Massage for a Downed Fighter

16. Remedies To Gain The Edge: Fighter’s Ring Walk: The Hidden Meaning of the Ring Walk and Other Ideas

Final Thoughts

About the Book

For the better part of a year, I’ve had the pleasure and honor to be able to write for the MMA Fight Council, a prestigious organization dedicated to everything MMA. For the past twenty years, I’ve been an avid martial artist, studying, teaching and sharing my knowledge. For more than forty years, I have dedicated my life to the study and practice of Yoga in all forms, both for sports and therapy. Then, a decade ago, with a passion for the MMA fighters I watched during the evolution of cage fighting, shoot fighting, and the UFC, I began studying what worked best for Mixed Martial Arts, teaching it to students who were endeavoring to become fighters through Brazilian Jiujitsu and general mixed martial arts training.

MMA Yoga On The Mat is a composition, a selection from the body of my knowledge that seems to best compliment the repetitive sports injuries, flexibility and minor problems encountered by these new age gladiators with whom I’ve had the pleasure to share the mat.

Khadi Madama

The First Lady of MMA Yoga

Self-care is the first line of self-defense

First Section:

General Conditioning

General Conditioning: Hips-Shoulders-Neck

Three target areas of stress that I am often asked about are the Hamstrings, Hips and Shoulders. It is by no mistake that many boxers will enter into the ring, step into their corner and start hanging over from the waist to shake out their shoulders. It’s natural. Your body is always trying to align or repair itself and working with gravity is always better than working against it. I’d love to be able to be in the corner with my favorite fighter the next time he steps into it so that I could help him loosen up for a better fight. Since I can’t do that, I’m just as happy describing what you can do pre-fight. Let’s take a look at the MMA Standing Pre-Fight Tension Reliever:

Stand with your feet no more than a foot apart.

Take a deep breath, As you exhale, flex your knees slightly, drop your head onto your chest and let your shoulders follow. Let yourself hang forward from the waist.

Take a moment to shake out your shoulders, then let them hang.

Make sure you aren’t holding tension in your neck. It should flop back and forth were someone were to tap it lightly.

Breathe trying to expand your diaphragm outward. This is going to give you better respiration during the fight.

After 1 minute, begin to slowly come to a standing position again, while you uncurl, in by inch. Take a deep breath to finish. You’ve successfully relaxed and stretched all three tight spots. Go win!

Time Needed To Perform: 2 minutes

Best Time to Perform:

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