Get a WAR ready CORE

UFC 165 was in Toronto this past weekend, so a bunch of friends and I got together.

Who do you know from the pic below?


If you guessed Chris Lopez, Vince Del Monte, Yuri Elkaim (striped hoodie) and the black guy you can barely see as Funk Roberts, you guessed right.

Funk and I had a little wager going on that directly affects you. We’ll get to that in a second…

Now, if you’ve never been to a UFC, I highly recommend sitting somewhere like we did, not on the ground and elevated in the first section in the middle. You get a good view of the cage and the screen that way.

It’s not necessarily about the view anyway, as you end up watching the screen most of the time.

It’s the energy in the building when someone lands a big punch.¬†Or the champ steps into the cage, ready for battle:

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Speaking of being ready for war, I’ve got a killer little workout for you.

It’s a superset you can use “finisher” style, just like my previous post where I showed you an Advanced ABS Ladder.

If you like the feeling of tight abs after you’ve torched them and it didn’t take 5 ba-zillion situps to do it, then you’ll love this workout, too.

And most importantly to all you ass-kicking mixed martial artists, dynamic core stability is an uber-important ability to train and if you do this workout and the last one I showed you, your core is guaranteed to be rock-solid.

So peep the video below:

How’d you like it?

Let me know below by hitting the ‘Like’ button at the bottom of this post.


EricWongMMA vs. FunkMMA

Now, I mentioned earlier that Funk and I had a little wager going on for the main card…

Based on our non-standard rules, I took it 3-1.

EricWongMMA vs. FunkMMA

And because I won, instead of getting another beer, I decided to use it to get Funk to hook you up with an insane price for his Elite MMA S&C program – I got him to hook you up for only $29 instead of the regular price of $99.

Pretty sweet deal.

“Eric, how does Funk’s Elite MMA program compare to your Ultimate MMA program?”

Good question.

Here’s how they stack up…

Ultimate MMA S&C lays out an exact plan to follow, week-by-week, to lead you into a fight.

If you don’t have a fight, then you just go through it like you do have a fight.

Funk’s Elite MMA program is more dynamic and could be seen as following the conjugate system of periodization, whereas my Ultimate MMA program is based more on linear periodization, aka the “block” method.

My program has more background info and scientific explanations behind it. It’s basically like an entry level course in kinesiology for MMA.

Funk’s program isn’t as science based, but has more workouts than mine. The Elite MMA videos are also really high quality.

So in terms of getting you ready for a fight, I do believe my program to be superior.

If you’re not fighting, Funk’s program offers more variety and will be more fun if you like that sorta thing.

Now, if you have more than 12 weeks in between fights, then following his program will be a great idea during that time, then you can follow my 12-week plan to get yourself ready for your fight.

And for $70 off, it’s a no-brainer if you’re a serious mixed martial artist.

But you can only get this price from this special link, so go for it.

You won’t be disappointed.


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