MMA star Chris Lytle and Indianapolis Colts RB Donald Brown train on the Indo Board

More and more professional athletes are integrating the Indo Board into their training regimes. Here MMA Welterweight title contender Chris “Lights Out” Lytle and Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown train together under the watchful eye of Jim Leo, owner of Pit Fit in Indianapolis, IN.  Jim, Chris and Donald all understand the importance of balance training and how it improves proprioception, neuromuscular response and kinetic chain stability.  Most importantly these guys have fun while training on the Indo Board and that keeps them coming back for more!

Chris "Lights Out" Lytle and Colts running back Donald Brown on their Indo Boards
Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown on the Indo Board
Colts running back Donald Brown training on the Indo Board

 

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Chris "Lights Out" Lytle gets challenged on the Indo Board

MMA fighter Jordan Smith on the Indo Board

 

Jordan Smith is viewed a top middleweight prospects today in MMA.His impressive 14-1-1  record would seem to justify that.  While Smith trains primarily in Utah, he also trains some with the Blackhouse Gym in Los Angeles with the likes of the Nogueira brothers, Anderson Silva, Lyoto Machida and Junior Dos Santos.  Jordan counts on the Indo Board Balance Trainer to give him the balance, stability and core strength he needs to have the upper hand on his opponents.

Indo Board at Black House MMA

Black House is not your average training facility. More than a group of fighters, Black House is a private facility where the elite MMA athletes converge and train.  Black House is more than a team, more than a gym – Black House is a place where the athletes unite and use the best training tools available.  Indo Board Balance Trainers are used by Black House athletes to improve balance, stability, core strength and agility.   

"King Mo" Lawal Prepares for Battle on his Indo Board

On his way to becoming the reigning Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Champion Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal has grappled with some of the worlds best wrestlers (during his career as a US Olympic Team wrestler) and battled some of the worlds best MMA fighters; but this may be his greatest challenge yet.  King Mo is scheduled to take on the computer that controls the new EA Sports MMA video game.  Here King Mo shows us just how he has prepared and that he is not taking this showdown lightly.  Mo realizes just how sharp his balance skills need to be so he uses his Indo Board to make sure that nothing catches him off guard.

King Mo on his Indo Board

Yesterday we got a call from top MMA Trainer/Manager Ryan Parsons to come down to The Boxing Club in Carlsbad, CA and meet with Ryan and current Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Champion Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal.  Ryan wanted to set King Mo, Jason “Mayhem” Miller and his other fighters up with an Indo Board so that they could begin working on improving their balance, coordination, agility and core strength.  Stay tuned for more pictures and videos of the King Mo and Mayhem using their Indo Boards. 

MMA star King Mo trains on his Indo Board