Here’s my friend Egan. He’s an interesting dude. He’s done so much in his life. He’s been a world champion in racquetball, a member of the US diving team and a two time world champion in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and five time MMA champion. He’s a fighter in more ways than one.
How’s your motivation these days? What are your goals? How good are you at staying focused to make your goals happen? I know you’ll enjoy this video from Egan, someone who’s been a 7 time world champion ought to have something to say about what got him going. Maybe you can use this to help you reach your dreams:
Egan sent us this MMA style workout. Now I can’t promise you a Hawaiian beach to train on or anything, but I can promise that his workouts are effective and fun to do:
30 seconds of work
- ‘sprawl’ to right knee
- ‘sprawl’ to left knee
- wide squat hold with alternate punches (active recovery)
- squat to push kick right leg (hands close to face, core tight)
- squat to push kick left leg
- narrow squat with alternate punches (active recovery)
Egan has follow along workouts for you here.
You know that training is important, but so is nutrition. How’d you like to get the inside scoop on how Egan got ready for his matches, how he made weight and how he got his athletes ready for championships? And when Egan trains his athletes, they have to drop 5-20 pounds in a matter of just a few weeks in order to fight. Otherwise, they can’t even step into the ring. He’s a world renowned coach who’s athletes never ONCE didn’t make their weight class.
Imagine if you dropped that much weight quickly, you’d probably struggle to get up the stairs never mind step in an MMA ring. Egan has a sure fire way to drop FAT and stay energized in his 21 Day Nutrition Plan. He personally used this and uses it with his MMA athletes currently.
You can grab that here.
What’s different about Egan’s program? Take a look:
Grab Egan’s MMA plan and see for yourself. You can get lean and strong with bodyweight training. Let Egan coach you to be your best.