Monday, 6 September 2010

This blog is dedicated to all Mixed Martial Arts and Strength enthusiasts.I will try to make information about  mma books,videos and tutorials available here.If you need any specific book or video please send me a messsage.If anybody wishes to contribute some ebooks or videos please mail me.Please check the comments for additional information about the post and replies for the questions.

Wrestling for Fighting: The Natural Way

Randy "The Natural" Couture is the most respected and celebrated MMA combatant in the history of the UFC. A UFC Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight World Champion, and a UFC Hall of Famer, Randy Couture’s reputation and fighting style are among the best in the world.
Now, with Techniques of a Champion: The Sport of Mixed Martial Arts, Couture presents the techniques and strategies that allowed him to devastate the world’s best strikers and grapplers time and time again. His unique fighting system, a mix of martial arts, wrestling, boxing and jiu-jitsu, is broken down clearly and concisely for amateurs and seasoned veterans alike. Couture also includes important information on nutrition, cardio workouts, creating fight game plans, and a variety of training tips you won’t find anywhere else.

Bas Rutten's Big Book of Combat, Volume 1 & 2

Bas Rutten's Big Books Of Combat Thee-time Pancrase and UFC champion Bas Rutten brings you his entire fighting system in two MASSIVE manuals. These two volumes total OVER 1,000 pages, with 5,000 dynamic instructional photos, and expert text detailing every technique that you need to win!. Learn to get it on with "El Guapo" ....

Championship Fighting: Explosive Punching and Aggressive Defense Jack Dempsey

Practical Programming for Strength Training

Practical Programming offers a different approach to exercise programming. Based on a combined 70+ years of academic expertise, elite-level coaching experience, and the observation of thousands of novice trainees, the authors present a chronological analysis of the response to exercise as it varies through the training history of the athlete, one that reflects the realities of human physiology, psychology, and common sense. Practical Programming explains the differences in response to exercise commonly observed between athletes at the novice, intermediate, and advanced levels, explains these differences in the context of the relevant science, and presents new training models that actually work for athletes at all levels of experience. Complete with new, innovative graphical representation of cutting edge concepts in exercise programming, Practical Programming has become a standard reference in the field of exercise and human performance.

Starting Strength (2nd edition)

Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training is the new expanded version of the book that has been called "the best and most useful of fitness books." It picks up where Starting Strength: A Simple and Practical Guide for Coaching Beginners leaves off. With all new graphics and more than 750 illustrations, a more detailed analysis of the five most important exercises in the weight room, and a new chapter dealing with the most important assistance exercises, Basic Barbell Training offers the most complete examination in print of the most effective way to exercise.

Total MMA: Inside Ultimate Fighting

From the Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) meager beginnings to its present-day glory, this in-depth chronology reveals all the information needed to understand the contemporary world of mixed martial arts, where the backroom deal-making is as fierce as the fighting. Between the UFC's controversial president, Dana White, the political persecution that the sport has suffered from politicians like John McCain, and the tumultuous careers of its greatest stars, mixed martial arts (MMA) competition has garnered more than its fair share of the spotlight in recent years. This thorough history provides fans with the whole story behind the Ultimate Fighting Championship, including profiles of MMA's greatest stars such as Ken Shamrock; the immense popularity of mixed martial arts events in Japan; the influence of the Fertitta family, whose Las Vegas connections opened the door for the UFC to succeed; and, finally, Spike TV’s role in making mixed martial arts a national obsession