MMA Takedown Tutorial Made Easy with Cung Le
Growing up in the streets of Chicago, learning how to defend myself was a must. Not to mention that being on the ground in a street fight is the last place you want to be. Learning takedown techniques can help keep you upright and off the ground.
Thankfully, Cung Le has taken the liberties to record a couple videos that you can use to learn a few takedown techniques.
Studies show that 62% of altercations on the streets end up on the ground. Learning how to effectively takedown someone to protect yourself is a must.
Throw training video
Strength Conditioning is the most critical aspect to all Martial Arts. A takedown takes full body strength
Building martial athleticism is a security blanket you can always rely on.
Martial exercises focus on developing all around performance. Speed, Strength, Power, Quickness, Agility, Explosiveness, Flexibility, Hand eye Coordination, Balance, Endurance, and Cardio.
Martial conditioning exercises offer distinct advantages over traditional strength and conditioning
First off, martial conditioning is cost effective. Generally speaking, the equipment you would need to buy to start is conditioning is a mat, brick, and a stretch belt.
Secondly, martial exercises are efficient. One 25 – 45 minute session of training conditions all five elements of fitness. Strength, endurance, cardio, flexibility, and body composition.
By the same token, the CDC recommends four sessions of aerobic, and four sessions of anaerobic training every week. Altogether this adds more stress to people’s lives. Finding the time to get all this training creates more problems in your already hectic lives.
For the most part martial practices save you time and money. Now a days life is getting more complicated due to time constraints