BookMartialArts recently approached us asking if we’d give some of our advice on what we think makes a good MMA training camp, what you should look for and what sort of gear you’ll need to invest in before hand. We of course helped out, alongside a range of other MMA websites, in order to help build up a great guide, The Definitive Guide on Choosing the Right MMA Camp.
If you’ve considered signing up for an MMA training camp, then the guide will save you having to scroll through the internet to find the right information, and instead helps you out by answering all of the questions you might have.
Through the guide, you’ll learn the 5 simple steps that’ll help you make your decision. You’ll learn how to set the right goals, how to tell if your potential coach is qualified, what is the optimal training class size, and even information on what equipment and facilities you should be looking out for.
To make this guide useful and comprehensive, the team at BookMartialArts.com collaborated with eight of the internet’s most popular and resourceful martial arts experts in Muay Thai/Kickboxing, grappling (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Judo), and Boxing. We of course gave our opinions, alongside:
- Jack of Pro MMA Now
- Nick & Diane of Eudo.org
- Rew of Awakening Fighters
- Roberto of Fightbook MMA
- Roy of Kickboxing Planet
- Sean of Muay Thai Guy
- Travis of Evolved MMA
We really enjoyed contributing to the guide, and hopefully it can come in handy to a load of people, so if you’re looking into heading off for a training camp, or just want to hear our points on what to look for in a good training centre, then check out the e-book by following the link below.