Embarassing Incident You Can Learn From

I’ve got an embarrassing story to share, but it’s something we can all learn from to prevent one of the most dreaded type of injuries for mixed-martial artists: concussions.

Concussions in MMA

If you’ve ever had a concussion, then you know the problems that can come along with it:

  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Mental fogginess
  • Sensitivity to light

Not to mention the fact that you won’t be able to train when you’re experiencing these symptoms.

Well I’ve put together a little report that you can check out to help you prevent concussions. Now with MMA, the only way you’ll ever truly be able to fully prevent a concussion is not getting hit in the head, but because that’s impossible, you’ve got to do what you can to prevent them, which is what you’ll learn in this report.

Download your report here:

=> Concussion Injury Prevention Report

After you read the report, leave me a comment and tell me what you think and if you’ve had any (unfortunate) experience with concussions.

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Howdy Eric, I’m always learning from you! This time around I’m curious about whether having a strong neck really does help prevent being knocked out. It makes perfect sense to me why a grappler needs a strong neck, but I’ve never found any solid reasons on a strong neck helping with knockouts. Can you shed some light on this?