Growing up, I’ve wanted to be many things…writer, magazine editor, actor, director, samurai, ninja turtle…MMA fighter. In fact, right after I saw my first UFC fight on TV, I started training like an MMA fighter.
I had no idea what I was doing. I was just following what I saw on YouTube videos. Mostly bodyweight circuits, lots of running, and a little bit of weight training. I was already in Karate at that time, so I didn’t feel I needed any technique training.
But the conditioning aspect was extremely beneficial. I saw myself lasting longer, punching harder, and standing toe to toe against black belts without fear in the Karate dojo. I realized that I had taken my training to a different level.
MMA style training not only develops physical endurance and strength, but also develops mental strength. When you feel like you can beat someone up, or at least out last them, the fear suddenly disappears.
Fast forward a couple of years. Location: Garage Gym.
I’m with two my friends, plus a new guy. It’s his first workout, and he has no idea what’s coming to him. Well, no one ever know’s what’s going on. I’m very secretive with my workouts. I don’t reveal them until we workout.
And they’re always slightly different. There’s always a new twist involved. In this particular, we were doing a complete upper body circuit:
15-12-9 reps of:
- Rope Pushups
- Kettlebell Shoulder Press
4 guys, one garage gym, and insanity. You need to be slightly crazy to do these kinds of workouts. But craziness is what gives you results. Craziness is what gets fighters in the gym, allows them train hard, and then come back the next day for more!
But…we’re just 4 guys with average lives. Training hard for what? Well, each of us has different goals. One person is focused on fat loss. Another wants to build lean muscle mass. Another is focused more on strength. And the last one just wants to see how far he can take his body (that’s me!).
But we’ve all been able to come together under one roof, following similar workouts, and produce results.
I didn’t even tell you the second part of the workout, which the new guy did not perform:
3 rounds of:
- 20 Seconds Jump Roping
- 20 Seconds Shadowboxing
- 15 One-Arm Kettlebell Swings
If you want to push your body with intense, crazy, fighter-style circuits, then I recommend checking out Josh Hillis’ “Fighter Workouts for Fat Loss.”
Coach Hillis’ program is a set of workouts designed to transform an average individuals body into that of a fighters physique! The workouts are quick, intense, and require minimal equipment (just the way I like it).
The program comes with 2, 12-week programs for beginners and advanced levels. I recommend starting off with the beginners workouts, even if you feel like you’re an advanced trainee. Coach Hillis also includes a cardio program you can use as a supplement to the original programs.
Speaking of supplementary workouts, I’ve got 6 of my own intense interval workouts I want to share with you. I’ve offering you my “Intervals from Hell” workouts as a free gift when you grab a copy of Fighter Workouts for Fat Loss.
Once you immerse yourself into Josh Hillis’ workouts, you will never go back to regular workouts again. You will feel that craziness my friends and I feel when we’re training in our “dungeon” – like garage gym.
In fact, on the cover is a picture of my friend Dheeraj, going through one of the interval workouts. Look at how scared his face is!
You ready for some puke-inducing interval routines? Then here’s what you do:
- Step One: Purchase Fighter Workouts for Fat Loss using the link below.
- Step Two: Forward your receipt number to firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ll send you your workouts VIA Email.
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