In every martial art, sparring is a major component for a martial artist to develop skills and practical knowledge of concepts. By definition, sparring is a type of “free-form” fighting, sparring as a component has enough rules, customs or unofficial agreements to minimize injuries and maximize learning. While drills, exercises and form practice may be performed without a partner, sparring essentially requires a partner for a martial artist to reap the maximum benefit.
At Monarchy MMA, we offer a complete range of different approaches from martial arts to strength and conditioning to help people attain their goals. Whether it is a healthier lifestyle for the casual gym goers, fitness junkie to the competitive stresses of competition, we believe in offering a complete range of approaches to help you reach the next level.
With that being said, our focus in this article is explaining the benefits of our customized strength and conditioning program.
Our resident Pakistani fighter Hussain recently went through a tough battle against Dhiaaul Amal for the Octagon Fighting Championship Finals on the 22nd of June 2019. Having won the belt despite losing to Amal via Armbar during the early stages of the tournament, Hussain was able to muster a performance against Amal. We sat down with Hussain and got to know the first OFC champion and his take on his entire martial arts journey.