Conor McGregor is one of the most famous fighters in the mixed martial arts world. Apart from being an elite fighter in the UFC, McGregor is also an entrepreneur and a hugely popular personality on social media.
“The Notorious” has undertaken many commercial projects throughout his fighting career. One of his most popular endeavors is McGregor FAST that helps users get fit and train like the superior competitors.
Conor McGregor is now taking things further by launching the FAST FXD Signature Compact Gym.
What is FAST FXD Signature Compact Gym?
FAST FXD Signature Compact Gym is a system designed to improve and complement McGregor’s FAST training and programs. It has been approved by Conor McGregor and is said to be used by him and his team.
It really is a real renaissance in terms of training for the masses because it takes up little space and operates at maximum efficiency. The device is equipped with wheels that allow easy movement between training areas.
The FAST FXD Signature Compact Gym is a limited edition and can be used in commercial or home gyms. Currently, it is only available in the United States. However, the official website states that the product will be launching soon in other markets as well.
You can own the FAST FXD Signature Compact Gym for $2,349. If you order now, you’ll also receive a complementary annual subscription to the McGregor FAST app, along with two bottles of FAST Protein and one shaker bottle worth over $200.
Conor McGregor is steadily recovering from a leg injury and is looking to return in mid-2022
Conor McGregor has been away from the UFC since he fractured his leg during his last confrontation with #1 ranked lightweight contender Dustin Poirier. However, the double champion has been eager to make a comeback, often demonstrating his quick recovery through his social media posts.
Conor McGregor is currently ninth in the UFC lightweight rankings, behind the likes of Islam Makhachev, Dan Hooker, Tony Ferguson and Rafael dos Anjos.
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