"MMA has evolved. It's time for the MMA Conditioning Association," Dr. John Spencer Ellis
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (PRWEB) June 15, 2010
According to the MMA Conditioning Association, membership is only one advantage they offer to new and advanced mixed martial arts fighters, coaches and conditioning experts. The MMA Conditioning Coach Certification program has quickly become the default credential for people who specialize in strength and conditioning for mixed martial arts. And, in case you’ve been living under a rock, mixed martial arts (or MMA, as it’s commonly known) is one of the fastest growing sports in the world.
“We do not teach any fighting tactics or strategies during the studies for the certification exam. However, after the initial 70+ hours of study for the exam, we then give our members ongoing education in techniques of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, boxing, and Muay Thai. Each month, the members of the MMA Conditioning Association are treated to loads of training videos and interviews from the top coaches, experts, sports dietitians, sports psychologists and doctors who specialize in MMA conditioning,” says Dr. John Spencer Ellis, CEO of the MMA Conditioning Association.”
“We are also proud to announce our industry approval from NASM, NSCA, ISSA and NESTA. This approval lets us know we have developed an outstanding product for the fitness and MMA industry,” add Ellis.
The MMA Conditioning Coach Certification course curriculum is delivered in a comprehensive online format using audio lessons, digital manual, Powerpoint lectures, videos, discussion boards and a lot of continuing education. If you are now interested in becoming a Certified MMA Conditioning Coach and becoming the 1,001 member, visit the official site http://www.mmaca.net.