Kettlebells build uncanny strength throughout the body, but particularly in areas very important to MMA fighters, like grip and core strength.
It’s great if you can hit the guy, but what if you want to choke him out? A strong core is vital to any athlete, but especially those that plan on getting hit there!
As an MMA fighter you don’t have time to waste. Your training needs to be straight to the point and all about one thing: making you stronger in the ring.
One major advantage that kettlebells have over dumbbells is that you don’t need a wide range of weight increments to create a workout with them.One 16 kilo weight if you’re a man, or 8 kilo if you’re a woman, will get it done for most people. The following workout requires just one kettlebell and works the entire body.