Jonesly MMA of Norwalk CT advises on the combination of exercise and self-defense.
Knowing the difference between simple exercise routines and combining winning workout routines with self-defense tactics is the key to achieving physical fitness, balance, and confidence.
Many exercise routines involve what are now considered rudimentary routines that include weights, treadmills and elliptical training, and more involved training including boxing, Pilates, kickboxing, and yoga. While these routines are useful for form and utility of daily functionality, getting a body conditioned for self-defense takes on a higher level of commitment and specified routines.
Jonesly MMA suggests incorporating Mixed Martial Arts, specifically Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitzu, into your daily and weekly exercise schedules.
Muay Thai also holds the moniker the science of eight limbs which can be learned by everyone. Its training methodology of honing skills by hitting the heavy bag, Thai pads, focus mitts, shadow boxing and progressive sparring makes Muay Thai an exciting martial art to learn. Practicing Muay Thai is a great way to improve cardiovascular fitness, functional strength, decrease stress and above all else learn battle tested self-defense strategies.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will allow members to improve functional strength, cardiovascular conditioning and self-confidence gained through the progressive improvements made by regular training and drilling with a resisting opponent. Members will be also able to track their progress with the traditional BJJ belt system.
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