Mixed Martial Artist Trisha Cicero (3-3) was focused on herself as she prepared to enter the cage on St. Patrick’s Day.
However, the Coronavirus shut down the event she was scheduled to fight on.
So no, she is focused on someone else, you.
The exercises are perfect, while in quarantine and to kill time while we wait until the Coronavirus stops spreading. The best thing about this training regiment is that you don’t need any exercise equipment.
“All this time I’ve been doing mixed martial arts and personal training. I’ve worked at a coupe of different gyms or I go to people’s homes,” he said. “Right now the gyms are closed, but I still go to some people’s home. This is a great way to reach out to them and offer another resource. I am trying to offer this to those people and others.”
The best part of the training, it is for everyone.
“You can always modify these,” he said. “This is nothing crazy. It’s not extreme.”
Cicero has competed for several promotions in South Florida including Titan FC and others. She is currently on the two-fight win streak. She started training mixed marital arts full-time six years ago. She is in her early 30’s, an age she said its late in the fight business, but still finds has a lot of fire.
“It’s very challenging,” he said. “Sometimes you ask yourself if I should continue doing this stuff or other times you get that fire. I am a little bit older for the fight game. I am 32. I am not 21. I’ve been training for a long time even though I haven’t been fighting for a long time there’s been a lot of wear and tear on my body. I feel I owe it to myself to push myself.”
Her fight is now scheduled for June. Hear more about her training, fighting career and her husband’s wrestling career and if she would transition.