As a personal trainer, applying the aspects of efficient biomechanics onto another person is one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish. A common problem I have found in watching people’s wired dysfunctional movement patterns is the inability to produce force and movement horizontally and transversely. With Jeremy Stephens it was easily one of the most common problems we have had since we started out functional training regimen. As of late, the guy has been hitting these movements with great efficiency at it’s been transitioning quite well into his biomechanics in sparring.
Here is a video of me running Jeremy through a Functional MMA Training workout for his upcoming against Donald Cerrone on UFC on Fuel TV 3 in May. Enjoy!