The Pit Workout for an MMA-Ready Body is here!
“What on earth is the Pit Workout?,” you may be wondering. Well, according to the creators:
The Pit Workout is a dynamic, three-day per week workout program designed to build speed, power and endurance. Each one-hour program includes full-body conditioning while targeting specific muscle groups. Be ready to work hard, sweat and have fun while building endurance, flexibility, strength, speed and power.
The Pit workout claims to be the missing link between traditional martial arts and MMA disciplines. It is true that the results of this workout are evident for anyone who has tried it. It may be a bit inaccurate to call it a “state of the art” workout routine, but in spite of that this workout is exciting, and you will definitely feel the positive effects after just a couple of days of training.
What do you get when you buy this workout set?
There are different versions of the program, but the coolest is The Pit Workout-Master Boxset. According to its creator’s description:
(This Boxset) Includes 6 DVD’s encompassing everything produced to this date. The Master Boxset includes 9 workouts and over 40 techniques and skills to use both in your workouts, in the gym, competition or in self defense. John Hackleman, a.k.a. The Pit Master shares training secrets that to this date only portions of his elite fight team have had access to. The Pit philosophy is simple, use what works and discard what doesn’t. The Pit Workout combines old school training, attitude, power and discipline with cutting edge scientific and result-orientated techniques.
This type of workout is ideal for those who are looking for a straightforward workout, minimalistic in nature but with a brutal intensity regime to get the body into peak MMA fighting condition in the shortest amount of time possible. Many claim that this is one of the best on the market. It’s hard to tell because those who do similar kinds of workouts like P90X or Intensity make such claims as well. I guess that whatever works for you is “the best” for you. One thing is for sure: this program is not for everyone. Unless you want to become an MMA fighter, do not engage in this type of brutally draining training. You may be much better by using P90X, Insanity or any other great workout out there.