The Mixed Martial Arts Athlete: A Physiological Profile

@inproceedings{Lenetsky2012TheMM,
  title={The Mixed Martial Arts Athlete: A Physiological Profile},
  author={Seth Lenetsky and Nigel K Harris},
  year={2012}
}
SUMMARYMIXED MARTIAL ARTS (MMA) IS A COMBAT SPORT THAT HAS GAINED MUCH POPULARITY IN RECENT YEARS. DESPITE THIS RECENT SURGE IN POPULARITY, THERE IS LITTLE RESEARCH ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL DEMANDS OF THE SPORT. CONSEQUENTLY, STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PRACTICES ARE STILL BASED LARGELY ON ANECDOTAL EVIDE 

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