Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, January 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Mixed Martial Arts (popularly known as MMA) has become the fastest growing sport in the world and a billion dollar industry. By definition, mixed martial arts is a combination or “mix” of other martial arts styles such as Greco-Roman Wrestling, traditional boxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Since the inception of MMA in the early 1990s, fans and fighters have come to realize that martial arts technique is not enough to be the best. It takes high levels of strength, explosive power, agility, dynamic flexibility, specialized nutrition and sports psychology. These are the reason for the development of the MMA Conditioning Association and the education and certification program.
“We do not teach specific fighting tactics or strategies. Our job is to educate fighters, coaches, and trainers on the science and application of conditioning for MMA,” says Dr. John Spencer Ellis, CEO and founder of the MMA Conditioning Association. “Graduates of the MMA Conditioning Coach Certification course will also learn cutting edge, effective MMA business and marketing strategies specific to the fast evolving MMA industry. It’s imperative that our members and graduates are financially successful, not just talented conditioning coaches,” adds Ellis.
The MMA Conditioning Coach Certification curriculum is delivered in an online, high-tech, comprehensive delivery system using audio lessons, videos, PDFs, recorded lectures, Powerpoints and continuing education. The course takes 60 to 70 hours of study to complete. If you are interested in completing this education and certification course, visit the official site of the MMA Conditioning Association at http://www.mmaca.net