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“If it doesn’t involve balance I don’t think it’s beneficial,” says McGregor. “I do yoga every day. I’m perfecting my handstand, I like the tree pose with a side leg extension and the plank/side plank.”
Just don’t expect McGregor to get to yoga class on time. The Irish-born featherweight doesn’t keep a schedule in a traditional sense. He simply wakes up and starts moving.
“I’m self-taught, and nothing is set by a clock,” says McGregor. “Yesterday, I did pool work, then went to the gym and did jiu-jitsu rounds, pad work, jump rope, core work, and dead hanging from objects.”
McGregor does free-weight exercises such as single-leg barbell deadlifts to build strength and balance simultaneously.
His most valuable skill, though, is intangible. “My belief is my best asset, and I have a stronger mindset than my opponent,” he says.
When M&F last spoke with McGregor, it was a few weeks prior to the announcement that champion Jose Aldo would drop out of the title fight due to a rib injury.
His statement in regards to Aldo at the time foreshadowed a change in opponents. “I’ll enter the contest formless and fearless,” McGregor says.
“He’s just a blank face and a new body.” McGregor views his history-making opportunity as bigger than himself. He’s in this game to make his Irish supporters proud. “My coach and team have been with me since Day 1, and I look forward to raising the gold for them.”
Check out McGregor’s exclusive training camp workout and start training like a fighter now.
Duration: 10-15 min.
For the workout: Perform exercises 1A-1C as a circuit, then do the heavy bag and grappling.
THE CONOR MCGREGOR WORKOUT
MUSCLE-UPS: 1 set of 10 reps –> rest
HANDSTAND PUSHUP: 1 set of 10 reps –> rest
HEAVY BAG: 1set at 20-30 min. reps –> rest
GRAPPLING: 1 set at 20-30 min.reps — rest