The inhuman methods of MMA fighters to lose several kilos in a week


Mixed Martial Arts, commonly known as MMA, are one of the sports that raises more controversy, for its aggressiveness and the great danger that these fights pose. However, it is understood by his hobby as an art in which the body is taken to the most unimaginable limits.

Conor McGregor, mixed martial arts fighter.

To fight requires a great physical strength, but almost as important is mental strength. In fact, one of the toughest tasks of the fighters is to stay in weight necessary to preserve the category in which they fight. To do this, there are two tactics that athletes usually use: or maintain weight, or raise it by training and lower it at the end. Usually the second option is usually the most used, since it does not limit fighters to a specific category.

But yes, when the combat arrives for which they prepare, they must have returned to the necessary weight. Therefore, the weight loss conditions are increasingly dangerous, having claimed the lives of several fighters throughout history.

Now the fighter Terry 'The Dominator' Brazier, has brought to light how was his routine to get lose 4.8 kilos in a week to reach the maximum weight allowed before his Bellator fight. "I get paid for being at my weight, the fight is the bonus. If I'm not at my weight they don't pay me."

In the video you can see different extreme techniques to make you lose weight, such as baths at high temperatures, mummification or pressure in the muscles so that the pores of the skin remove the liquid they contain.

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