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Training Day: UFC 171′s Robbie Lawler | VIDEO

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Go inside the training camp of UFC welterweight title contender Robbie Lawler as he prepares to face Johny Hendricks this Saturday for the vacant UFC 170 pound title. Lawler is 3-0 since returning to the UFC last year, scoring knockout wins over Josh Koshcheck and Bobby Voelker, and most recently, a split decision over Rory MacDonald. Read More »

Leo Frincu: What is the definition and purpose of a fitness/athletic trainer/coach?

Coach Leo Frincu with his star pupil, UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey

The purpose of a trainer is to provide the athlete with the necessary tools to improve his/her performance. A trainer’s goal is to create an environment where an athlete acquires effective behavior rapidly. During training, a trainer must make it a priority to create opportunities to expose a particular weakness and enhance physical/mental strength in their athlete. Since you (the athlete) is the one performing, their job (the trainer’s) is to increase your ability to make fast and effective decisions under stress. NOT to make the decisions for you. Read More »

The Vidonic Chronicles: #LilP4theUFC

Patricia Vidonic female MMA fighter

How have you all been doing? Life is moving along here for me. Biggest and latest news has got to be that Dana has opened up the UFC’s 115-pound division!! You know, when I started fighting, I only joked about fighting in the UFC, now it is sooo very close to a reality!! Read More »

Nate ‘The Train’ Landwehr XFC 26 vlog – part 1

SSF Academy's Nate "The Train" Landwehr left a big impression on the XFC 18 crowd. Photo by Jack Bratcher for ProMMAnow.com

SSF Submission Academy's Nate "The Train" Landwehr returns to action Oct. 18 at XFC 26 in Nashville, Tenn., where he will face Keith "The Rockstar" Richardson in the TV swing bout. Nate's training camp is in full force. Take a look at just a sample of why they call this kid "The Train". And then be sure to stay tuned for part 2. Read More »

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