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The men and women who cage fight for a living are by far some of the toughest people amongst us.
There is no getting around the fact that cutting weight, rigorous training and facing off against another trained assassin takes an iron will.
Not to mention if you do lose it happens in front of hundreds of thousands if not millions of people. There is much we can learn about the will and the will to survive from these fighters.
Their survival instinct is pulsing when they step into that cage and there are some serious lessons that can be learned from watching the human-animal under this type of pressure. This article is a unique take on survival skills and how they relate to mixed martial arts.
Big muscles are one thing but being able to go and go and go without getting tired is very important. When you have the endurance you have a skill that affects every step of your life. From dealing with work to raising kids and even prepping. You can just go longer and be more focused.
The Importance of Skills
Having real fighting skills and skills in martial arts like Muay Thai, BJJ and boxing are very important. Wrestling is also a big deal when it comes to self-defense. These real skills go a long way. You have to know how to fight in order to know how to fight.
As well as knowing how to fight you also need to practice handling other people with these skills. You have to know how a full-grown man will respond to your power and your presence when you lock up. Moving a full-grown person, how you want, is not easy. If you get good at it you are going to be a serious force!
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