Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Association Now Offers Payment Options for Popular MMA Coach Certification - Tough Times Call for Small Monthly Payments

The Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Association now offers two payment options for its popular mixed martial arts training course and certification. Participants can make one payment or two as they pursue their passion for teaching and training in mixed martial arts or MMA. Current economic conditions have people thinking more in terms of monthly payments, rather than total price.

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MMA Strength & Conditioning

MMA Conditioning Association

MMA is the fastest growing sport in the world. People want to learn these training methods. However, they want to do so in the most affordable way possible.

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (PRWEB) November 26, 2011

In a challenging economy, pursuing a new job, certification or training can be both expensive and time-consuming. In recognition of this as well as the growing global trend of mixed martial arts (MMA) fitness, the Mixed Martial Conditioning Association now offers two payment options for its Certified MMA Conditioning Coach (CMMACC) training.

Designed to help coaches, trainers and fitness pros develop both top athletes and regular fitness enthusiasts looking for a mixed martial arts challenge, the online, self-paced training includes a single payment for $497, with a $30 savings, as well as two payments spread across 30 days to make the training more accessible for people on limited budgets.

The online Certified MMA Conditioning Coach program focuses on combat drills, plyometrics, mental training, TRX, Kettlebells, aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, sports nutrition, flexibility as well as developing a successful MMA business. The certification, appropriate for coaches, trainers, martial artists and current MMA participants, includes video demonstrations and lectures, a digital manual, test prep and self-paced learning for those interested in developing the business and athletic skills required to coach MMA.

“In creating these two payment options, we recognize both that people are on tight budgets and that mixed martial arts is hotter than ever, so this will give more people the opportunity to pursue their MMA coaching and training dreams,” said John Spencer Ellis, founder of the MMA Conditioning Association and John Spencer Ellis Enterprises, a leading national fitness and personal development solutions company. “Since we say what we mean and mean what we say when it comes to offering high-quality MMA training, we also offer free training videos on our home page.”

On average, the Certified MMA Conditioning Coach program takes involves about 70 hours of formalized training and education. The certification is valid for two years, and the program also includes continuing education resources.

For more information, please visit http://www.mixedmartialartsconditioningassociation.com/.

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