UFC Stars Dustin Poirier, Miesha Tate, and Cory Sandhagen Take Vikings Style Workout Challenge Inspired by the Netflix Show

UFC Stars Dustin Poirier, Miesha Tate, and Cory Sandhagen Take Vikings Style Workout Challenge Inspired by the Netflix Show

Everyone is talking about Vikings: Valhalla these days. It doesn’t matter if you’re an old Vikings fan or a younger generation who likes action and mythology-based shows. Valhalla has been captivating everyone, whether young or old, students or working professionals. It drew people to sword fights, long battles, hair and clothing, and twisted story. Even UFC fighters have taken notice of this riveting display and have begun rigorous training to replicate the Vikings’ demeanor and routine.

At the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas, three of the sport’s best athletes went through a Viking-inspired workout. To see how they would manage in a Viking raid. UFC athletes Miesha Tate, Dustin Poirier, and Cory Sandhagen partner up for this intense workout. It was like how Vikings swing their weapons against their enemies when they were training with large weights and machinery.

UFC athletes are modern-day Vikings

UFC athletes, according to Miesha Tate, are modern-day Vikings because they prepare their bodies for combat. These athletes completed a workout designed to imitate the strength and energy required to row for hundreds of miles at a time during a Vikings’ expedition.

Cory Sandhagen wishes to travel back in time and live as the Vikings did. Even Miesha Tate said, “My take is that UFC fighters are the modern day Vikings, I mean we train our bodies to go into battle” 

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These athletes sympathized with the Vikings: Valhalla

Even the actors who play these Norsemen put in months of hard work to achieve such a strong physique. Miesha Tate admired the fact that all the action sequences are done with the actors and stunt people carrying heavy objects and wearing heavy armor. Adding to that, the time they put into making that sequence suitable for the big screen is commendable.

The release date for Vikings: Valhalla season 2 has not yet been confirmed, however season 1 is accessible on Netflix and has eight episodes. So, if you haven’t already, go binge it right now to learn more about Viking culture and warfare from that time period.

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