Nate Diaz will lock horns with a formidable foe in 3rd ranked welterweight Leon Edwards at UFC 263. He is working intensely to make a great comeback after a 2-year layoff. Here is what Diaz's training routine looks like.
Diaz’s training schedule consists of two sessions a day, six days a week, with each session lasting around 2 to 3 hours.
Boxing training and BJJ are a vital part of Diaz's training routine.
Diaz lifts weights at least once or twice a week just to maintain a good physique and build muscles.
Diaz does a lot of swimming, biking, and running as a part of his cardio sessions.
Diaz spar with several elite athletes, such as his younger brother Nick Diaz, former Strikeforce Lightweight Champion, Gilbert Melendez, and more.