Emil Meek is a true viking.
Training for mixed martial arts can be a grueling, complicated endeavor. It takes tremendous grit, patience, heart, and determination to improve.
Say one thing for MMA athletes, say that they push the limits of physical exertion.
Preparing for an MMA match requires more than just game planning. Blood, sweat, and tears will be shed as an athlete preps his mind and body for the challenge to come. As part of that preparation an MMA athlete must undergo a strength and conditioning program.
No stranger to pushing his body to the limit, UFC veteran Emil Meek has done his fair share of grueling training. Strength and conditioning was among the many preparation tools Emil Meek utilized to compete at the highest levels of the sport.
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Had fun, got strong! ⛓ 1. Atlas Stones 145kg💀 2. Hercules Holds 3. Keg tosses 4. Thanks for opening the gates for me, amazing group of people and an exceptional place to put in grueling workouts in!! @borgeskogen_treningssenter Is the place 📍 @egilberlijohnsen is the man! ⚡️ @breskern is the Atlas Stone teacher 🦍 I’ll be back for more ⚔️ #strongman #trening #sterk #sterkere #viking #vikings #valhalla #valhallaarmy #proteinfabrikken
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Managing Editor at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.