Forrest Griffin Fighting Stance

Forrest Griffin Fighting Stance

Forrest Griffin’s MMA Workout

Forrest Griffin born in Columbus, Ohio is an American mixed martial artist currently fighting in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Height: 6 feet 3
Weight: 220
DOB: July 1, 1979

He is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and has a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Griffin is currently ranked as the #4 light heavyweight fighter in the world by Sherdog, and #3 by MMAWeekly.
Forrest was one of the coaches on The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest, airing on Spike TV. The other coach was then-UFC Light Heavyweight champion, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, whom he went on to defeat for the title at UFC 86.

How the UFC’s Light Heavyweight Champ prepares for a fight

Morning: 30 minutes of boxing practice against mitts, 90 minutes of light wrestling/jiu-jitsu moves
Afternoon: Wrestling practice?
Evening: Strength and conditioning exercises (see the moves here), plus 30-minute run on the treadmill
Tuesday and Thursday?
Morning: 60 minutes of light wrestling/jiu-jitsu moves?
Afternoon: Simulates UFC fight with hard sparring?
Evening: 60 minutes of plyometric exercises
Morning: 60 minutes of boxing practice?
Afternoon: Practices wrestling and jiu-jitsu moves?
Evening: Repeat Monday evening’s workout
Morning: Same as Monday morning?
Afternoon: “Shark tank” wrestling practice, an hour-long drill in which he’ll wrestle one guy for a minute and see a new guy continually jump in?
Evening: Does five “five-minute rounds” on a treadmill at 10 mph with a minute’s rest in between
Morning: Gantlet workout, which includes weighted running drills on steps and dragging a sled?
Evening: Simulates UFC fight with hard sparring