Tone up with Mixed Mar­tial Arts

Bhakti Ka­pa­dia tunes into why Mixed Mar­tial Arts is tak­ing the tness realm by storm.

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Get ready to punch, kick, block and jump your way to a fit­ter and sculpted you. Mixed Mar­tial Arts or MMA, as it is pop­u­larly known, is a high in­ten­sity, full con­tact com­bat sport. It com­bines moves from var­i­ous com­bat sports and mar­tial art forms - that also works as a fab­u­lous fit­ness regime. It has be­come a favourite with celebri­ties be­cause of its ver­sa­tile na­ture and stun­ning re­sults. And if the fe­roc­ity of tele­vised bouts scares you, don’t fret, MMA fit­ness train­ing can very eas­ily be ap­plied to a non-com­bat­ive en­vi­ron­ment – reap all the ben­e­fits with­out tak­ing a hit!


Gives you a full body work­out and in­cludes car­dio and strength train­ing, all in one. Al­lows you to con­cen­trate on prob­lem ar­eas to tone and sculpt the body. Im­proves sta­bil­ity, co­or­di­na­tion, flex­i­bil­ity and en­durance. Im­proves over­all per­for­mance in other func­tional ar­eas. Im­proves en­ergy lev­els. Teaches you self-de­fence. Boosts con­fi­dence and self-es­teem. Teaches you dis­ci­pline. Im­proves one’s mood and helps relieve stress. Helps you stay calm and cen­tered. Some stud­ies have even re­vealed the ben­e­fits of MMA to­wards man­ag­ing sev­eral men­tal health dis­or­ders.

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