Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Clay Guida Training Day

It’s true for just about any walk of life, and professional fighting is no different. If you want to improve and take your game to the next level, you have to work outside of your comfort level so that your old weaknesses become your new strengths.

Clay Guida is a power player. He likes to take his opponents down, grind them out with a humming-bird like work rate from on top, and give them two options: take the TKO loss or turn over and give up the rear naked choke.

But Guida also knows that best case scenarios don’t always work out during the course of a fight, so perhaps that’s why during his final workout in Chicago at Team Dino Costeas housed within POW Martial Arts before leaving for Miami and Thursday’s UFC Fight Night, he chooses to focus on worse case scenarios.

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