Fort Worth MMA has people at all levels of fitness, from the beginner who has always been sedentary, to the person who works out regularly and has for many years. That shouldn’t intimidate you or make you worry it might be too boring. Everyone works toward his or her own maximum potential at a MMA. Often the “old pros” at workouts join just to vary their exercise program and breathe a little life and interest in it.
Personal trainers run the MMA.
The personal trainer at the MMA first assesses everyone’s level of fitness, listens to goals and any special needs. Only then does he or she design individual programs for each person at the camp. Each program challenges the participant, but is still within his or her ability. While the workout is grueling, you also see results quicker because of it.
There’s little or no equipment at MMA.
Don’t expect fancy machines. MMAs may use jump ropes or other easily accessible equipment, but they don’t use the machines you find in a gym. The focus at a MMA is calisthenics and body weight exercises, which give you functional fitness for every day types of tasks, such as lifting babies, groceries or running to catch a bus. You’ll learn a wide variety of exercises you can use almost anywhere after camp ends.
Some MMAs include dietary information.
Personal trainers don’t give you a diet, but instead help you make wiser food selections. The trainer may show you how to substitute one food for another or make substitutions in recipes to lower calories and increase the nutritional value. Most people find they don’t feel hungry or deprived when they follow the trainer’s advice. In fact, many find they’re eating more, but eating healthier.
While all the participants may be doing the same type of exercise, the level of difficulty, number of repetitions and intensity varies. Fit people may do fingertip pushups, while beginners may do bent knee ones.
There’s plenty of comradery at a MMA. Everyone works at his or her own maximum potential so each person understands how hard achieving a goal is. You’ll often hear cheers of encouragement and applause when someone accomplishes a goal.
You’ll get all the benefits of having a personal trainer but at a fraction of the cost of private sessions. The group divides the cost of the trainer’s time, so it’s far less per person.
There’s plenty of motivation and support at a MMA. Not only does the personal trainer provide motivation to continue, the group also supports you.
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