MMA Training Techniques- Basic athletic training with UFC fighter Joey Beltran

MMA Training Techniques-  Basic athletic training with UFC fighter Joey Beltran


bjbjU MMA Training Techniques- Basic athletic
training with UFC fighter Joey Beltran As I told you, there are a few imbalances that
you see that you already have, feet pointing outwards is going to be one of them. So what
I am going through is the imbalances that we have to focus on, these are going to get
corrected, I already know, we have put in the work, these will get fixed, I promise.
The ones that I am going to notice, it s like a fighters posture, it s pretty much generally
everybody s posture. Remember I was kind of explaining that the last time. So we have
to do bro, we have to get your waist from being here, and that is what is going to take
away compensation. Right now what I am noticing is you have your feet pointing outward, I
notice your upper back seems to be one of this, your shoulder tends to shrug upwards,
and your back————-. So when you get into a stance, you tend to ——- like that.
What we are going to do is add a few more foundational elements to make sure that you
stay like this, you know what I mean. This is really what I have been doing by teaching
you the myofascial release is just releasing the tension of the areas that I know are going
to be tight and would hold up. So we release the tension in those spots, we are going to
restrict you from being here and at that point we are going to be able to fix those problems
for the long term, does that makes sense. What we are going to be dealing with first
is releasing stuff that gets in the working of your shoulder. That s prefect, that s perfect.
Right up there is pectoralis(pec) major, right up there is going to be pec minor, so you
can come down a little bit lower with your body, keep going, keep going, keep going,
you are just barely approaching pec minor territory. Oh shit, there you go . So those
are all the ones that were making you do this bro. That is one thing that ——— me when
I have worked with you before. You used to fight like this, Once we release all the tension
here, the tensions here, the body automatically — that s why you can fight like this now,
keep these punches straight, whereas before all he threw were just hooks, he could only
throw hooks, why because if you are like this how are you going to throw a straight punch.
Your elbows aren t in the right position. So we break up the tension, we build up the
muscle structures, that s when the shoulders are going to be here, in the landing place.
I am going to show you another one that we are going to hit. Before your lats, lats are
for two motions primarily, this and ———. People are going to end up having posture like this,
opens up like this, —————- developed lats, put them into this internally rotated
position, and the hands are going to be pretty pulled back. So you have to get yours away
from that. This is another thing that is going to help us keep our hands right here and ——————–. The
lats are going to be the ones that are going to be internally rotate that humerus that
you see further. Also, keep in mind that these pull your arms down but also helps you keep
your hands up. But releasing this automatically helps you you re your arms up. So we are going
to position ourselves, use this thing as a little cushion, and rest our head, and from
there you bring this underneath and apply pressure on the lateral border of that lats.
Integrate your entire body into a movement. Just stand there, just stand there however,
———– , you are a lot heavier than me so you can ———– , tomorrow 9 0 clock.
Now we are going to do this. I want you to flank your spine to this stick here, we are
going to do this. Remember, I have told you before the gluts are pretty much dormant,
they don t understand how they are supposed to work, and then your lower back kind of
wants to compensate. I want you to focus on repositioning your hips. Its like if you are
doing jiu jitsu and you are going to put an arm on your opponent, how are you going to
put it, suppose you don t have it completely in, are you are going to try and leverage
his arm while you body is out of position or you are going to try to reposition yourself
and then put pressure on his arm, reposition right, so its position before submission.
So same things are same, the frame of mind has to be implemented within, if your body
is out of position, then try engaging the right muscle. Are you going to engage the
right muscles if your body is out of position, no, so we have to reposition and from there
go into ——– spine. So you get what I mean. You start tucking your hips under, you
go like this and you use the wrong muscles. So you —————— concentrate on this
here, but don t bend the knee there. Keep you legs straight as I am doing here. Knee
apart a little bit, right there, so your hip doesn t move from where they are, you slowly
tuck them forward, you tuck them under. Beautiful. Hold that position, don t let it go. Okay.
Now I want your elbows to be here, don t let it go. See how this is starting to get spacey,
we have to close that space off. There you go Joey. Depress the scapula, now turn the
elbows outward, tuck your stomach in, and let this go. There it is. From there what
I want to do is slowly pull your shoulder blades back. Very slowly. Good. Okay roll
back. Now I want you to pull it down as well. Now you see you are starting to swing from
here, suck your stomach in, tuck the gluts under a little bit, right there bro. Now hold
that position, don t let it go. Now I am going to push, I want you to resist me. Okay one
thing, you notice, your body does not want to do this as I push you over, what do they
want to do. You see how the whole structure move like that. Huge bro. That means when
you are fighting, you don t want your body to move like a snake, a human being moves
like this, you see what I am saying, you don t want your body to be like a snake. Right
now what we are doing is we are stiffening your body to a point where it s like always
—– intact. You kind of see the implications of that right there. It s really, really important
stuff. This is the foundation of it all bro, knowing your standing position, if you know
your standing position that s when you get here like I can calibrate this now. That s
when you can bend your knees now and know I am not putting too much pressure here, or
here, and you see how this all works and you start moving and it becomes much more relaxed,
much more fluid. You are not putting too much effort into something and losing the efficiency
as a byproduct of that. It s about keeping your body efficient the whole time. ph333
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6 Comments on “MMA Training Techniques- Basic athletic training with UFC fighter Joey Beltran”

  1. I remember making all those "hurts good" sounds when trying out the Human Foundations shoulder video. But it definitely did the job of fixing my shoulder imbalances and pain.

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