The Vidonic Chronicles: Sugar, spice and not so nice

Patricia Vidonic female MMA fighter

So, if you haven’t heard already, I took another short notice fight. Same reasons as the last time, a couple of opponents dropped out for whatever reason; when they contacted my manager, he figured work is work and we accepted it.

The Vidonic Chronicles: #TrainingtobetheBEST

Patricia Vidonic female MMA fighter

Professional women’s mixed martial arts fighter “Little” Patricia Vidonic returns with her weekly blog and nutrition and training diary. Take a look at how Patricia spent the past week in the gym coming off her fight with the No. 1 ranked strawweight in the world at Bellator.

Girl-Jitsu to host South Florida’s first all-female MMA training camp

South Florida female mixed martial arts company organizes women’s training camp in Hollywood – Saturday, March 9 (HOLLYWOOD, Fla.) February 27, 2013 – Girl-Jitsu (http://www.girl-jitsu.com), a female mixed-martial arts (MMA) company based in Miami Beach, announced today the launch of its all-female MMA training camp. The inaugural camp, which is free to the public, kicks … Read more

Wolfman Breakdown: Cub Swanson vs Dustin Poirier, Calf Kicks, Fake Punches to Kicks – Part 2

Dan Theodore MMA

Hello everyone, I hope you enjoyed Part 1 of Wolfman Breakdown of Cub Swanson vs Dustin Poirier and the use of Calf Kicks! Now in Part 2 we not only will be looking at the benefits here of being familiar with these kicks, but also look at the benefits of the two fake punch to kick attacks that Cub Swanson used in the fight with videos on how to do them.

Wolfman Breakdown: UFC on Fuel TV 7 fight Cub Swanson vs. Dustin Poirier and the use of Super Low Calf Sweep Kicks

Dan Theodore MMA

Hello everyone, this is a Wolfman Breakdown on the use of Super Low Calf Sweep Kicks prompted by their use by both Cub Swanson and Dustin Poirer in their fight this past weekend at UFC on Fuel TV 7!

Dr. Rosi Sexton and Dr. Rhadi Ferguson on: Performance Comparisons in MMA Athletes and its Impact on Coaching

After a competitive Mixed Martial Arts bout has come to a conclusion, it is time for the coach and/or coaches and the athlete to analyze the athlete’s performance.

MMA Coach’s Corner: How to get better at a skill… Do worse

Eric Turner with Ovince Saint Preux

Most of us hate making mistakes. We spend the better part of our waking hours trying to avoid them. When we do make them we try to get out of the mistake as quickly as possible.

MMA Coach’s Corner: It’s Just a Job

Over the many years, I’ve been blessed enough to travel all over the world to fights in shows from low-level amateur to the highest the sport has to offer (UFC). I’d like to think I’ve seen a lot that this game has to offer

MMA Coach’s Corner: The Mental Game

Eric Turner, Knoxville Martial Arts Academy’s Head Instructor, takes readers inside the mental game of MMA and gives practical techniques to correct negative thinking and performance.

MMA techniques: One-arm guillotine from half guard by Kenny Florian

Now that BJJ black belt Kenny Florian has retired from active competition from the Ultimate Fighting Championship, he has more time to do things like show you how to do a one-arm guillotine choke from half guard. ProMMAnow.com’s own Dan “The Wolfman” Theodore assists Mr. Florian with the demonstration.