WANNA TRAIN LIKE A TOP MMA FIGHTER?
Follow the revolutionary training methods from an MMA Strength and Conditioning Coach of the year
Even if you’ve never thrown a punch, you can get the raw strength, power, and athleticism of UFC’s Most Elite
It’s no secret that MMA fighters are some of the most powerful and well-conditioned athletes out there.
Their ability to throw powerful punches and kicks, grapple, and get battered and bruised for 5 minutes straight is a level of focus and athleticism that is unmatched in any other sport.

If you’d like to train like a top MMA fighter, and do it in just 4 hours per week, without mindless running, muscle-destroying circuits (in a bad way) , or unproductive powerlifting, I’m about to show you how to do it.
HERE'S HOW:
I’m Chris Barnard. I’m a strength and conditioning coach, the man behind the OvertimeAthletes YouTube Channel, and I have been training high level athletes for over a decade.

I have experience with athletes of all walks including: baseball players, swimmers, football players, hoopers and more.

And recently, I’ve noticed the meteoric rise of MMA’s popularity.
As a guy who knows how to make the most physically inept person become an explosive athlete, I could have success with creating POWERFUL MMA Fighters.

However, I’m not well-versed in the intricacies of the sport, and pure power isn’t EVERYTHING you need to be successful in combat sports.
I was still under the impression that the old archaic ways of training fighters still stood strong today.
They don’t

But, I had a deep desire to create something that would help both MMA athletes AND the average MMA fan get into fighting shape. 

Recently, by destiny or dumb luck,
I crossed paths with one of MMA’s BEST Strength and Conditioning coaches...
His name is Phil Daru, and he’s coached everyone under the sun, including names like:

Tyron Woodley,

Joanna Jedrzejczyk,

King Mo Lawal,

Dustin Poirier,

And more.
In fact, he told me that, “if you’ve seen them in the cage, he’s probably trained them in some capacity.”

He’s continuously thrived in the MMA Strength and Conditioning Arena, coaching at the famous American Top Team; and this year, he’s up for Trainer of the Year at the World MMA awards
JOANNA JĘDRZEJCZYK
DUSTIN POIRIER
And he’s received so much media that he regularly gets coffees bought for him when he walks into Starbucks.
Being involved with the sport for so long (as a fighter and coach), Phil has paved a new path when it comes to training a fighter.

In fact,

He gave me a laundry list of things most Fighters do WRONG in their training

For one, Some guys in MMA don’t see the importance of strength training. 

But think about this…

If two fighters are equally matched technically, the factor that will determine the winner will be their strength. There’s no question.
There are other simple things that fighters get wrong too. Things like:
Exercise selection : (Phil likes to utilize an unusual squat variation that is more specific to fighters)

Programming : (people who follow bodybuilding training splits, or even powerlifting splits, are wasting their time)

And

The amount of cardio fighters do : (most guys are doing WAY too much cardio, and it’s hurting their performance)
Then there are more complex things like:
How important muscle mass is when it comes to being a fighter...

If circuit training is actually good for fighters : (This is the most popular way of training for combat sports, but it’s not always the best way to do things)

And 

The CORRECT ways to build all aspects of endurance : (Most people think that endurance means doing more cardio, but it’s much, much more)

But, what impressed me even more was Phil’s approach to training fighters...
3 Keys to Becoming Fight Ready
Whether you’re a fighter getting ready for camp, or an average guy wanting to train like the fighters he sees on TV, Phil’s basic philosophy when it comes to training is this: Use general physical preparedness to get better at specifics.

In other words, become an all-around better athlete to improve at the sport.

He does this in 3 ways:
1. Utilizing a Full Body Approach
Many MMA programs that you find out there are very cookie-cutter. You can do a quick search on a forum and find people recommending bodybuilding or powerlifting splits for MMA training.

Whether you’re a fighter getting ready for camp, or an average guy wanting to train like the fighters he sees on TV, Phil’s basic philosophy when it comes to training is this: Use general physical preparedness to get better at specifics.

In other words, become an all-around better athlete to improve at the sport.

He does this in 3 ways:
1. Utilizing a Full Body Approach
Many MMA programs that you find out there are very cookie-cutter. You can do a quick search on a forum and find people recommending bodybuilding or powerlifting splits for MMA training.

  •   A fight is a full body encounter. Training the body as a whole is the most specific way we can train for a fight.
  •  Creates more awareness of how the body moves through space resulting in more body control, balance, and stability.
  •  You develop better movement qualities when training the body in its entirety in an integrated way.
  •  You avoid muscle imbalances that occur from training a specific muscle group too much
  •  Developing maximal strength which will then carry over into Power AND Endurance (both qualities necessary for ELITE fighters).
2. Focusing on the CORE
To be successful as an athlete AND in a fight, you need a strong core. Most MMA fighters have a set of armor for their midsection, and it’s strong, durable, and functional.

Phil develops a rock-solid core for his fighters with the following methods:
  •  Anti-flexion and anti-rotation movements
  •  Stabilization movements
  •  Diaphragmatic breathing
  •  Bracing techniques
  •  And learning to seamlessly transfer power through the body
  •   A fight is a full body encounter. Training the body as a whole is the most specific way we can train for a fight.
  •  Creates more awareness of how the body moves through space resulting in more body control, balance, and stability.
  •  You develop better movement qualities when training the body in its entirety in an integrated way.
  •  You avoid muscle imbalances that occur from training a specific muscle group too much
  •  Developing maximal strength which will then carry over into Power AND Endurance (both qualities necessary for ELITE fighters).
2. Focusing on the CORE
To be successful as an athlete AND in a fight, you need a strong core. Most MMA fighters have a set of armor for their midsection, and it’s strong, durable, and functional.

Phil develops a rock-solid core for his fighters with the following methods:
  •  Anti-flexion and anti-rotation movements
  •  Stabilization movements
  •  Diaphragmatic breathing
  •  Bracing techniques
  •  And learning to seamlessly transfer power through the body
3. Creating Solid Structure
As stated above, a fight is a full body encounter. To be successful in that encounter, we have to develop a strong, stable base. This is where structure becomes imperative.

Many people (fighters and regular joes) are prone to muscular imbalances, aches, and pains.

Phil helps eliminate that by:
Phil and I talked for hours about the right and wrong ways to train fighters and many of our methodologies of coaching athletes lined up.

With my desire to dig deeper into the sport of MMA and Phil’s expertise in Strength and Conditioning for MMA fighters we decided that together, we could create something that would change the terrain of programs that are available to both fighters, and MMA fans.

  •  Managing stressors from training and life using a simple, usually underutilized, training variable that also helps ensure steady progress
  •  Sound programming (Full Body Training actually limits the stress you put on the body and prevents imbalances)
  •  Corrective exercises
  •  Focusing on joint centration and biomechanics (bringing balance to the body)
When you develop a solid structure and place strength, power, and endurance on top of it, you’re setting yourself up for powerful blows that result in KO after KO.
Here’s the point
Phil and I talked for hours about the right and wrong ways to train fighters and many of our methodologies of coaching athletes lined up.

With my desire to dig deeper into the sport of MMA and Phil’s expertise in Strength and Conditioning for MMA fighters we decided that together, we could create something that would change the terrain of programs that are available to both fighters, and MMA fans.

So...
We’ve Decided to Team Up
And bring you one of the most unique and effective MMA Strength and Conditioning Programs out there. Avoiding all the pitfalls of those cookie-cutter, ill-informed, programs on the market, and taking the best knowledge from both Phil and myself.

Together, we sat down and drew up an MMA Strength and Conditioning program that would be used by a UFC Fighter. Phil and I labored over each workout, getting every minute detail just right. The reps, sets, and exercises are perfectly suited to work towards the physical focus of each phase.

This program is going to change the perspective of MMA Strength and Conditioning forever…
Introducing… Fight Ready
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Fight Ready is the structured approach to getting yourself… fight ready. Using a full body approach to training, focusing on developing maximal strength, and acquiring power-endurance, you’ll become a physical beast just like the upper echelon of MMA Fighters.
3. Creating Solid Structure
As stated above, a fight is a full body encounter. To be successful in that encounter, we have to develop a strong, stable base. This is where structure becomes imperative.

Many people (fighters and regular joes) are prone to muscular imbalances, aches, and pains.

Phil helps eliminate that by:
  •  Managing stressors from training and life using a simple, usually underutilized, training variable that also helps ensure steady progress
  •  Sound programming (Full Body Training actually limits the stress you put on the body and prevents imbalances)
  •  Corrective exercises
  •  Focusing on joint centration and biomechanics (bringing balance to the body)
When you develop a solid structure and place strength, power, and endurance on top of it, you’re setting yourself up for powerful blows that result in KO after KO.
Here’s the point
Phil and I talked for hours about the right and wrong ways to train fighters and many of our methodologies of coaching athletes lined up.

With my desire to dig deeper into the sport of MMA and Phil’s expertise in Strength and Conditioning for MMA fighters we decided that together, we could create something that would change the terrain of programs that are available to both fighters, and MMA fans.

So...
We’ve Decided to Team Up
And bring you one of the most unique and effective MMA Strength and Conditioning Programs out there. Avoiding all the pitfalls of those cookie-cutter, ill-informed, programs on the market, and taking the best knowledge from both Phil and myself.

This program is going to change the perspective of MMA Strength and Conditioning forever…
Introducing… Fight Ready
$97
Fight Ready is the structured approach to getting yourself… fight ready. Using a full body approach to training, focusing on developing maximal strength, and acquiring power-endurance, you’ll become a physical beast just like the upper echelon of MMA Fighters.
HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER INSIDE FIGHT READY...
  • A 3 Phase, 12 Week Program designed by MMA’s TOP Strength and Conditioning coach that’s designed to massively improve your physical state so that you’ll have the physical condition of an Elite MMA Fighter, whether you’re competing in combat sports or just an MMA fan.
  •  Why developing joint integrity is absolutely critical for both developing strength AND your skills practice. (In addition you’ll learn how to develop fight ready joint integrity)
  •  Most fighters end up doing too much cardio in their strength and conditioning training. Find out EXACTLY how much cardio you need to do to boost your performance without hindering your muscle mass or losing strength
  •  Imbalances PLAGUE EVERYONE, especially fighters.  Phil and I share some fresh corrective exercises that work to bring balance to the body. This makes you less likely to incur injury, and more likely to experience longevity in the athletic world.
  •  The physical attribute you MUST develop if you want the ability to take more blows without flinching (hint: it’s not strength or power)
  •  The UNSPOKEN benefits of hypertrophy (building muscle) for fighters. This might surprise you.
This is CRITICAL: Endurance is important for combat athletes, but most guy’s means of building endurance is cardio. Learn the right ways to develop ALL facets of endurance, so you become a beast in the cage.
  •  Sound Techniques to build the perfect amount of muscle, so you’re quick and agile, but can still throw knockout strikes
  •  The optimal heart rate to stay at when training for aerobic capacity
  •  Eccentric Strength... What it is, and why it’s absolutely critical to your success in the ring
  •  A simple, but little-known, trick that will prevent you from receiving a stress response in your training (this stress response makes you feel like you have to stop training and take a break before you’re actually ready to stop)
  •  Speed and agility movements that will make certain you’re the first one to strike.
How training with LIGHTER weights will lead to MORE STRENGTH
  •  A usually disregarded training variable that can help you avoid overtraining AND ENSURE you’re continuously progressing physically.
  •  Quit wasting time with ineffective movements. Uncover the movements that are immediately transferrable to the cage, and see your fighting ability skyrocket.
  •  Correct way to manipulate your training before a fight so you can ensure success.
  •  A European training method that’ll lead to HUGE power increases.
  •  How the BEST MMA Fighters build a solid midsection that serves as a functional set of ARMOR that helps them throw more powerful strikes AND protects them from powerful blows.
  •  And much, much more...
PLUS
In addition to creating a revolutionary fighting program, I’ve laid out a complete plyometric portion for the program that integrates into the training plan seamlessly.
Here’s a breakdown:
Month 1: Stability and Force Absorption - Teaching the athlete how to decelerate and efficiently transfer energy.
Month 2: Force Production Teaching the athlete 
to accelerate and produce maximal force. 
Month 3: Transferability Movements and complexes that transfer your newfound explosiveness DIRECTLY to the cage.
And as you may or may not know, I increased my vertical jump 11 inches using a similar formula.

But the power and explosiveness that you’ll develop from this plan isn’t JUST for vertical jump. It’ll carry right over into the ring, or any other aspect of life.

The 11 inch vertical increase is just a testament to the amount of explosive power you’ll develop from using this easy to follow plyometric program combined with the Fight Ready strength and conditioning plan.

What Makes Fight Ready Unique?
Fight Ready was created by a seasoned MMA Fighter and Coach. It utilizes the EXACT methods that TOP MMA Fighters use to have successful bouts in the cage. There’s no BS here. It’s all been put into practice and has been PROVEN time and time again to work.
The use of a weekly undulation GUARANTEES strength and mass gains that are appropriate for a fighter to be successful in the cage. The implementation of French Contrast training raises your levels of power and explosiveness to a point that you’ll be throwing harder punches and kicks, and increasing your chances of a KO. 

And one of the most IMPORTANT feats that this program accomplishes is that it upgrades EVERY aspect of your endurance, not just aerobic and anaerobic like most programs. These aspects of endurance are the missing links between amateur fighters and the fighters you see on TV.
But really...

All you need to do is look at his fighters’ track records to see the effectiveness of Phil’s methodologies and programming.

With that being said, I’m so confident in the program that Phil and I have created that I’m going to give my GUARANTEE that you’ll be satisfied.
I’m so CERTAIN that this program will help you acquire the power, strength, and endurance of an Elite MMA fighter that I’m willing to let you take the program for a test drive for 60 days.

If after 60 days you’re not feeling more powerful, stronger, and explosive, just shoot me an email at support@overitmeathletes.com and we’ll give you a full refund.

No questions asked.

But you couldn’t do that without giving the program an honest try right?

NOW

Before you go to buy, I’ve gotta be completely transparent with you...
This isn’t for everyone
I’m being absolutely serious when I say this.

If you’re still attached to the old ways of training fighters, 

If you think YOU know better than one of MMA’s TOP Strength and Conditioning Coaches,

Or if you’re a lazy, wanna-be athlete who likes to buy programs with no intention of actually doing them,

Don’t purchase this product.

You can stick with the cookie-cutter fighting programs. I’m sure the creators of those programs will be dying to take your money.

BUT

If you’re currently training in any combat sport, or you’re just someone who wants to train and perform like a fighter, and you have an undying desire to get better, even BE the BEST

THIS is for you.
Start Getting Fight Ready Today
When you invest in the program that’ll have you performing like MMA’s Top Fighters, you’ll receive:


THE 12 WEEK FIGHT READY PROGRAM

14 VIDEOS THAT DESCRIBE THE PROGRAM IN-DEPTH AND WILL LITERALLY HOLD YOUR HAND IF YOU NEED THEM TO

ACCESS TO AN EXERCISE DATABASE, SHOULD YOU NEED IT

COLLECTIONS OF CORRECTIVE EXERCISES

And a whole lot more...

Click the big yellow button below to invest and become King of the Cage.

P.S.

If you have any questions that have gone unanswered, shoot me an email at support@overtimeathletes.com

I’ll respond as quickly as possible.

Holler,

Chris Barnard
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