Mike Tyson is an undefeated American champ and boxer. He was #1 and undefeated for a long time. Why do I find him cool? He is a a skilled and experienced boxer, a takedown machine, extremely successful in his takedown attempts, has an impenetrable takedown defense – has never been taken down in the UFC, has shown real good submission skills, has already beaten the greatest of all-time twice, well coached, can compete and excel on short notice, finishes fights, very smart, grinds out wins, long reach, dangerous striking ability, diverse striker, relentless in the cage – controls the Octagon, knockout power in his hands and elbows, good kicks, solid chin, and he is big and strong for a middleweight. In such a case, wouldn't you be overjoyed to get roots of fight Mike Tyson shirts of him? Well, MMA fight fans can grab Mike Tyson's shirt that he will be wearing when he walks out to the ring as well as all their favorite fighters shirts at MMA Overload. I will be looking forward to getting Mike Tyson Shirt myself. Despite the sport’s stratospheric growth over the past decade, the MMA fanbase has somehow retained its almost-cultish solidarity. That’s something you can't observe within the fanbases of mainstream sports like soccer, football, basketball, etc. A few tips I have gathered from MMA fans are as follows: Most people are not able to recover well from more than two days of highly intense training per week. Follow heavy workouts with a couple of lower-intensity training sessions before you go heavy again. It’s dangerous to your mental and physical health and can stunt your training. Research shows it can really disturb fat loss efforts as well as muscle gain, so try to relax. Doing too many exercises in a program is a guaranteed way not to improve at any of them. Instead, keep with the basics, since they really work. And when it comes to various types of lifts, use no more than eight to 10 in a given training week. The desire to get fit is universal. Unfortunately, people go at it the wrong way and run out of steam too soon. The body is willing but the mind is weak and vice-versa. With so many distractions in life it’s no surprise that we can not keep promises to ourselves. But eventually our bodies do suffer. Muscles get sore, soft and saggy and soon we realise how much we’ve taken them for granted. If you have ever had exercise-phobia or are a born procrastinator, but still think that you should incorporate a basic fitness regime into your life, then us the tips from MMA fighters, arguably the most disciplined athletes in the world. Short and regular workouts are the way to go. Research and find workouts and techniques that work for you and your body type and then choose something that does not frustrate you so that you remain motivated. You might be surprised by all the things you can do in the comfort of your office and home, simply by using your imagination. Creativity is important when it comes to maintaining interest. Think outside the box, look around for inspiration and realise that what works for others may not work for you.Find something that you can see yourself doing for the long run. For those with no equipment and little time, I would recommend some simple full-body exercises and a circuit for the body. Start with Squats, push-ups, leg lifts and sit-ups. Count off 20 reps and work your way up to five reps per week. All this can be done in a very short period of time and all from the comfort of your living room.