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this is a discussion within the NFL Community Forum; has anyone heard of this outfit, its some kind of MARTIAL ARTS workouts that they assist the players of teams that hire them. they've been in freakin falcunts camp lately and the big brass are estatic with the results of ...

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Old 05-08-2010, 10:21 PM   #1
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MMA SPORTS/ JAY GLAZER

has anyone heard of this outfit, its some kind of MARTIAL ARTS workouts that they assist the players of teams that hire them. they've been in freakin falcunts camp lately and the big brass are estatic with the results of the de-line extra hip motions and reaction to the ball. quickness and agility are the things that the line are improving on. what i'm hearing on (sirius radio) is atlanta started the project last off season and and it improved the defensive motions so much that they rehired the staff of MMA sports to do it again. i know we beat the snot out of those dirtbag birds, AND SINCE we did not address our defensive issues much in the draft but did pick up some key positions. i'm ---well a little nervous/ jealous i guess. its just me worried about the atlanta defense gaining or sneaking up on us. they are not the only team thats hiring the outfit either. whats you guy's know or think about the MMA SPORTS ASSN.

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I can see that beeing a very good thing for them MMA and UFC and that kind of fighting has some of the best athletes in the world when it comes to the combination of power, explosivensess and flexibility.
I have done some UC style training myself in the past and the results were stunning. I didn't build mass but I got stronger and explosive as hell.
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any kind of martial arts or dancing or ballet or stuff like that helps with footwork and agility

you'd never realize how much judo or wrestling actually helps you on the offensive line.....crazy stuff about controlling momentum and weight distribution can mean the difference in lots and lots of ways
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...blah blah. They're getting excited over nothing. Sure it may be great exercise, but it's not going to make them any better at playing football than say, oh, football drills would make them. Glazer is just cashing in on the trend, and the Clowns are buying.
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TR, actually if you don't have the physical tools it doesn't matter how much football drills you do, the result will still not be very good.
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TR, actually if you don't have the physical tools it doesn't matter how much football drills you do, the result will still not be very good.
I'm a little confused as to what you are replying to, and why.
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This is what I'm replying to:

Sure it may be great exercise, but it's not going to make them any better at playing football than say, oh, football drills would make them.
And why? Well because I don't agree with your statement that MMA training can't be better than football drills to improve ones skill at playing football. So I wrote an answer because I though that what forums are for...
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I believe Dan Dalrymple is considered one of the best strength and conditioning coaches, so I'm not too worried.
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And why? Well because I don't agree with your statement that MMA training can't be better than football drills to improve ones skill at playing football. So I wrote an answer because I though that what forums are for...
Are you serious? So, are you saying that MMA training can be better than football drills for improving one's skills at playing football?
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Are you serious? So, are you saying that MMA training can be better than football drills for improving one's skills at playing football?
Absolutely.
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