Hybrid Gym’s David Markham and Gabriel Carroll said more people are turning to MMA as a form of fitness. Photo: Edmond So Hybrid Gym’s David Markham and Gabriel Carroll said more people are turning to MMA as a form of fitness. Photo: Edmond So
Hybrid Gym’s David Markham and Gabriel Carroll said more people are turning to MMA as a form of fitness. Photo: Edmond So
Martial arts

MMA training, propelled by the rise of the UFC, becomes a hit with weekend warriors as gym-goers vary their workouts

  • Forgoing treadmills and weights, Hongkongers are branching out to various disciplines for variety and education when it comes to staying fit
  • The UFC has normalised MMA as a form of training and now people across the city are diving into the sport to help balance busy lives

Topic |   Martial arts
Hybrid Gym’s David Markham and Gabriel Carroll said more people are turning to MMA as a form of fitness. Photo: Edmond So Hybrid Gym’s David Markham and Gabriel Carroll said more people are turning to MMA as a form of fitness. Photo: Edmond So
Hybrid Gym’s David Markham and Gabriel Carroll said more people are turning to MMA as a form of fitness. Photo: Edmond So
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