Who is Billy Ho and why should I follow his training for MMA Fitness Program?
Ever since I was a child and got beat up by my older brother I was interested in self-defense, fighting, and physical conditioning. As a young child I trained in and competed in judo. However, I eventually quit judo to focus more on basketball.
After high school I started training in Muay Thai Kickboxing. I ended up studying grappling and fell in love. It is this passion I have that I love to help people experience and increase.
I have been trained by and have trained with many great professional martial artists.
My time is split between my offline business as well as training and consulting with combat athletes and regular folks alike. I am also certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Finally, I’m also married to the sweetest girl, Melissa.
What can I expect from this site? This site is intended to answer any of your questions about training for MMA. My main areas of expertise are grappling, strength and conditioning, and mental conditioning (goal-setting). This website will benefit people ranging from the 21 year old college wrestler who wants to be a UFC champion to the 65 year old accountant who simply wants to be in better shape.
What type of results can I get from the workouts? If you follow the workouts and keep a positive mindset there are virtually no limits to your results. You can basically trade in your body for a new one if you like. If you would like to learn more about the ways you can transform your body, Click Here.
Some of the benefits my clients regularly report are increased muscle tone, fat loss, improved flexibility, more energy, mental toughness, a more efficient cardio-respiratory (heart and lungs) system, improved anaerobic (without oxygen) capacity, greater explosiveness, and increased muscular endurance.
What exactly is MMA?
MMA is currently one of the fasted growing sports in America. The sport of MMA was originally created to pit athletes from different backgrounds against each other to see who would be dominant. Over time new rules and regulations were implemented to create the exciting, relatively safe sport of MMA that we now have today.
Who should train for MMA?
Anyone who wants to improve both physically and mentally would benefit from training for MMA. The training is relatively safe and instills discipline and confidence in those who train. Young children can begin doing some of the movements which will increase their strength, endurance, and hand-eye coordination. Older individuals will also benefit. They will receive the same benefits and will also enjoy the mental stimulation that comes with training in various martial arts.