Be unlike 98 percent of the game? Constantly looking for an extra edge, constantly looking for a way to outwork the competition whether it's during the season or the off-season.
The game is getting faster, the off-season is your chance to catch up.
Before the season, GBK can increase your intensity and hand speed by joining our MMA Performance Athletics, a program started by Professor Ted, GBK staff and Coach Rey.
Training like an elite MMA fighter has helped Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packer Clay Matthews, Minnesota’s Jared Allen and San Francisco’s Patrick Willis, among others. Two entire NFL teams, Atlanta and San Francisco, also got in on the action. Note: These training classes will be limited in size and instructor intensive.
The benefits of the program applies to all football players: It will greatly strengthen and speed up your hand strikes, make you more explosive, more technical, and think more like elite MMA fighters. It will also increase your knowledge of leverage, but more than anything else, it will push your breaking point way beyond the limits you thought you had.
Matthews had 13.5 sacks (fourth in the NFL), despite playing with an injured leg for much of the season, and is in contention for the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year Award.
Regarded as one of the best inside linebackers in the NFL, San Francisco 49ers and 2007 AP NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Patrick Willis has known success since his college career at the University of Mississippi. The only player to receive the Butkus Award for best linebacker in more than one category, Willis has earned Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors in all five years he has played in the NFL.
After seeing the results they had this season, they already have committed to more MMA Performance work next season. We’re just glad MMA was asked along for the ride.
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