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Mixed Martial Arts Industry Offers More Job Opportunities as its Acceptance Increases
With the growing acceptance of Mixed Martial Arts, the MMA Conditioning Association certification program is helping fitness professionals fill up the ever increasing job openings in the MMA industry.
The MMA training course is designed for MMA coaches, fitness professionals, traditional martial arts school owner, fitness or martial arts enthusiast and MMA fighters. It will teach them the latest training and conditioning strategies, how to offer high level work-out to their clients, how to enhance their skills and make more money.
“Even in a tough economy, the sport and industry of mixed martial arts has continued to explode across the globe, making it the ideal career for fitness and MMA lovers,” said Dr. John Spencer Ellis, founder of the Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Association. “This unique online certification gives you the chance to learn at your own pace, learn how to run a successful MMA business and get the education you need to succeed in the industry today – all from some of the leading mixed martial arts experts.”
Some of the experts in the MMACA faculty include:
Dr. John Spencer Ellis, a certified instructor of self-defense, fitness kick boxing and fitness boxing is a leading fitness and personal development expert. He has a 2nd degree black belt in Kung-fu, black belt in Ninjutsu, blue belt in Krav Maga, and blue belt in Kempo Karate and blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He also trains in Muay Thai.
Doug Balzarini, owner of DB Strength has over 14 years experience in the fitness industry. He is also the strength coach for the Alliance MMA Fight Team at the Alliance Training Center in Chula Vista, CA.
Yuri Boiarsky, with over 27 years experience of teaching Krav Maga. Yuri has also trained in Aikido, Boxing, kickboxing and Thai boxing. In addition to teaching adults, Yuri is a certified km-X, (Krav Maga for Kids) Instructor and the head of the program in the Orange County Krav Maga schools.
Juliano Prado, a 3rd degree black belter in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Juliano is the head coach for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, grappling and wrestling
Other experts in fitness, sport psychology, nutrition, rehabilitation, personal training, Olympic lifting, strong man lifting, kettlebells and much more are; Dillon Croushorn, Adriano Nasal, Anthony Carey, Scott Gaines, Martin Rooney (MHS, PT, CSCS, NASM), Todd Durkin (MA, CSCS), Brad Jurica (Psy.D.), Alan Kemp, Sean Waxman (CSCS), Mike Mahler, Josh Henkin (BS, CSCS), John Brookfield and Tom DeLong (RSCC*D, CSCS*D, PFT).
For more information about mixed martial arts fitness training, coaching and certification, please visit http://mixedmartialartsconditioningassociation.com/