Conor McGregor Workout Plan and UFC Training Regiment

Conor McGregor is the biggest name in the history of the UFC. His fights have generated hundreds of millions of dollars in pay-per-views sales. Conor began fighting when he was a 12-year-old boy at the Crumlin Boxing Club, a historic gym in Ireland. It was here where he mastered his craft under the training of head coach John Kavanagh, who McGregor has credited a lot of his success to.

Their methods caused other fighters and trainers to rethink their own training and many Mixed Martial Artists started copying some of Conor McGregor's styles. Conor went on to say “I feel like everyone that fights in the MMA became about just lifting weights, training heavy and sparring heavy rounds. That did not interest me. It's the brain that controls everything including the body. It's not about lifting a lot of weight and sparring hard. It's about the body being balanced and loose; that's the basis of martial arts. That's what I'm doing. The body can move all different ways and I am trying to learn them all. You should train everything, but you can't become obsessed with training just one style. I want to learn every style possible.”

McGregor specifically brought in movement coach Ido Portal, the man that gave him Conor McGregor Supplements to help him reach his goals and to help with preparations for his world-title fight. The 27-year-old took every piece of advice from his trainer and continues to work with him, put various techniques to work to improve his timing, agility and power.

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CONOR MCGREGOR WORKOUT PLAN

SUPERSET (COMPLETE 6 ROUNDS)

MUSCLE-UPS
1 Set x 10 Reps

HANDSTAND PUSHUP
1 Set x 10 Reps

BARBELL PUSH-PRESS
1 Set x 10 Reps

TRAINING

HEAVY BAG
1 Set x 20-30 minutes

GRAPPLING
1 Set x 20-30 minutes


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