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Recently Coach Kiser and I had an old friend stop by for some mitt work and conditioning for an upcoming fight he had here in Utah.

That friend was none other than TUF Contestant and Pit Bull Attack Survivor, Kyacey Uscola.

Between training sessions, Kyacey shared with us some of his favorite tricks he’s picked up during his time out in Sacramento while training with Urijah Faber and Team Alpha Male.

I always enjoy the opportunity to see what’s going on in other parts of the MMA world, especially when they come from teams whos style has as much contrast to our own as Team Alpha Male’s does.

It’s always good to come in contact with new ideas.

Whether you choose to adopt them in their original form as we have (for the most part) with the “Sixes” circuit that we picked up fom former Team Quest Member and Extreme Couture coach Dennis Davis (Kiser replaced the Olympic Bar with Kettle Bells), or to modify them to suit your needs is up to you.

You may even decide to completely avoid the exercises, techniques and tactics you see being used in other camps. But even then, you do so with the benefit of knowing what’s going on beyond your own horizons, and what others are doing to prepare for a battle they may some day wage with you.

At any rate, I urge you to look beyond your own MMA horizons and explore other ideas and possibilities.

Until next time… Happy Hunting!

2 Responses to “MMA Training Beyond Your Own Horizons”

  1. Another great article as always Dr.Sick. I loved the Triangle Drill. That was so sweet. Can’t wait to try it out. The Whizzer-Elbow-knee tap was awesome too. Thanks to Kyacey for sharing these techniques with us all. Loved the kettle bell drill as well. Gave me some great ideas to train. Thanks again guys! :)

  2. Kiser says:

    Man I totally forgot about the Kettle Bell Sixes. I know what we are going to do in the iron gym this week.

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