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MMA Fusion

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MMA Fusion workout DVD is a 50 minute high energy workout that fuses basic Martial Art Exercises along with various Martial Art Styles for those who are really looking to push their cardiovascular and strength endurance limits. In this workout, you'll do three MMA fusion workout combinations followed by a sports specific cardio drill to really deliver an intense workout. The program concludes with new and effective MMA-inspired core exercises and a nice workout stretch.

Get ready to kick, grab, strike, and thrust your way to an unbelievable level of fitness. Just as with our boxing and kickboxing programs, MMA Fusion trains you for the love of fitness, not the sport of fighting.

Cathe Friedrich's MMA Fusion Workout DVD
Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 12 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Powerful November 25, 2016
Reviewer: Roberta Kagno from Sun Lakes, AZ United States  
I agree with the reviewer who said if you don't feel cardio challenged than you're not putting all of your power into this DVD. As a kickboxing instructor, I see this all the time in class. People dance around, pretend they're in Zumba, shake their hips in side shuffles, flail their arms all over the place with punches, lack range of motion in kicks and lunge style moves, modify jumps to low impact without any depth to compensate for the loss of impact. I could go on forever. And it's not particularly easy to educate these people about power and control when they associate a "hard" workout with fast paced movements that may blow up their heart rate monitor but do nothing to improve the shape of their body. That all said, MMA Fusion is one of the best DVDs Cathe has done in terms of combining all of the key components of a kickboxing workout. It even took me - an experienced exerciser - a few times through to learn the moves and do them correctly. What more could a Cathe fan ask for?

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good fight moves! August 2, 2015
Reviewer: adh644 from CA United States  
I thought this was definitely the toughest of the MMA series, the Kickbox and Boxing workouts were not very challenging for me. This Fusion workout however, really kept me challenged; there are new combinations and moves that will require several more times through to master the moves, especially the ones involving the mat and the rolls. I WAS wearing weighted gloves throughout,which I usually do for boxing workouts, to work my shoulders more, so maybe that's why it was more challenging for me than the previous reviewers.

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Fun mini-sweat for active rest day March 11, 2015
Reviewer: Laura S. from Groton, MA United States  
As an advanced fitness person, this workout was not one of Cathe's most challenging. It certainly has its place in your library if you are looking for a lower-key cardio workout to sandwich between aggressive strength training days. Combo 2 was much more challenging than Combo 1. Combo 3 was moderately challenging. The conditioning at the end was not extremely challenging, but useful. Fun mini-sweat.

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  5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Great workout April 28, 2011
Reviewer: beatrice sanchez from chicago, IL United States  
Okay, if people didn't find this "cardio challenging" is simply because they were dancing around and probably waving their arms and legs without putting much power into their strikes. It really helps when you have an imaginary target (e.g. husband, coworker, etc,) in front of you, and actually strike like you mean it. Trust me, you will feel the difference. As  oppose to traditional cardio (which I'm not a fan of) these kind of workouts actually do wonders for your legs, arms, and core. But put your power into it!

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Something different November 11, 2010
Reviewer: Anne Alonzo from Dallas, TX United States  
I probably would have given this 3.5 stars, but there wasn't the option.  I think it's a good solid workout.  I think the new moves are what makes it more on the advanced side, not the cardio.  It also has a bit of a bootcamp style feel.

I normally like to split my cardio and strength training into different days, however, a new schedule doesn't permit that. So, I've been mixing up my workouts a bit and this one has been a great addition.

Granted, the pure cardio moves alone aren't going to get your heart rate up the way KPC does.  But, the add-on moves, like adding a side jump pushup are what get my heart rate up.  I love it when you can get in strength moves without equipment.  

I don't have great hip flexibility and bad knees, so there are several moves I have to modify.  Even with modifications, I feel like I get soemthing out of it. I do hope that as I do the workout more, my flexibility will improve.

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