MMACA is now world’s largest association dedicated to martial art fitness and conditioning within four years. The organization now has more than 1,000 certified coaches.
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA: The MMA Conditioning Association is celebrating its 4th anniversary. The organization located at http://mmaca.net is now world’s largest association dedicated to martial arts fitness and conditioning within this short period.
Dr. John Spencer Ellis, the President and CEO of MMACA says, “We are happy and proud to achieve great feat in martial arts fitness and conditioning in just four years. We have more than thousands of certified coaches helping general and professional sports persons to hone these skills.”
He informs that during these four years they have developed a complete team of professionals working under their division. The organization has staff of educators, strength coaches, exercise physiologists, biomechanists, dieticians, massage therapists, physical therapists, sports psychologists, kinesiologists and business professionals. The team is helping world’s best boxers, Muay Thai fighters, BJJ fighters, wrestlers, and American kick-boxers with detailed MMA conditioning programs. They have trained numerous UFC champions, jiu jitsu practitioners, and elite kickboxing and boxing competitors.
"I am so proud of our certified coaches. They have proven to the world that they have the skills to train the most elite champions in martial arts," the CEO said.
According to a coach of MMA Conditioning Association, “Most coaches in the organization like me have learned how to earn good money by teaching martial arts fitness to general people who wish to learn skills of a professional combat athlete.”
He adds that certified MMA Conditioning coaches are guided through traditional and internet marketing models. They are also taught about leveraging social media, running training camps, clinics and profitable one-on-one MMA conditioning programs along with creating passive income models and multi streams of revenue.
“Experience at MMACA is priceless for me. The knowledge and information I have and continue to gain is fantastic. I recommend every MMA conditioning coach or trainer to be a part of MMACA,” says Funk Roberts, MMACA Member and Coach.
Within a short span of four years, the organization is legitimizing mixed martial arts sports, reducing MMA training injuries, developing high performance athletes and helping development of MMA industry, says Dr. John Spencer Ellis.
The MMA Conditioning Association is National exercise & Sports Trainers Association’s MMA certification division. They train fitness enthusiasts and top-level athletes who to train like professional MMA champion. It holds NCCA National Accreditation for its Personal Fitness Trainer Certification. For more information on its programs and certification, visit http://mixedmartialartsconditioningassociation.com/ .
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