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Jess Walter is a freelance writer and mother. She loves the freedom that comes with freelance life and the additional time it means she gets to spend with her family and pets.

Managing Sports Hernia In MMA Players Health/Lifestyle MMA News 

Managing Sports Hernia In MMA Players

What do Khabib Nurmagomedov, Rich Franklin, and Aljamain Sterling have in common? Well, all the three are MMA professionals, but an interesting fact is that they have all suffered from a hernia at one point in their careers. Luckily, they underwent successful surgeries to rid them of these condition. Out of 207 injuries bore by Mixed Martial Art Players, 0.25% are groin injuries.... Read More
No Pain, No Gain? How Pain Management Can Help Your MMA Game Health/Lifestyle MMA News Opinion 

No Pain, No Gain? How Pain Management Can Help Your MMA Game

It’s believed that a quarter of Americans follow mixed martial arts (MMA) and consider themselves to be a fan of the game. And while – as the Washington Post reports – this is lower than the equivalent figure for professional boxing, it’s clear that there is still a huge demand for the game. Many people also like to play MMA themselves, too,... Read More
MMA Challenge – The Mental Side of Training for a Big Fight and Importance Behind It MMA News Opinion 

MMA Challenge – The Mental Side of Training for a Big Fight and Importance Behind It

Preparing yourself for the MMA Challenge Many people often associate strength with physical capabilities. There’s no doubt about it; strength is a key component to winning most any fight. Without the proper brain training though, your physique and physical strength will only get you so far in the ring. Anyone who has made a successful career out of competing in... Read More
Drinking Away Your Problems: The Importance of Staying Hydrated Health/Lifestyle MMA News Opinion 

Drinking Away Your Problems: The Importance of Staying Hydrated

Drinking Away Your Problems: The Importance of Staying Hydrated In an extreme survival situation, you can go three weeks without food, but only three days without water. That says something about how vital water is to your body. Weighing in at approximately 60% water, your body only has to lose 1% for the effects to start showing within your cardio system. When you’re exercising,... Read More