My goal was to create a Eric Wong MMA Review and after training for mixed martial arts with the actual mma workout plan, I found some interesting things. Mixed martial arts training in schools or «Dojo» is a thing, but when it comes to be something serious, you need some tools to get better. Beeing a mma trainer myself, I was looking for a mma strenght conditioning to upgrade myself and my coaching.
I discovered coach Eric Wong, but who is Eric Wong?
According to the product website Eric has trained:
- Chad Leonhardt (scored notable KO in Bellator by devastating knee)
- Rocci Williams (turned around a 1-6 record to become a dominant force)
- Claude Patrick (won UFC debut by guillotine in the 2nd round – cornered by Eric)
- Subaig Singh (won first 2 MMA fights, trained by Eric)
Eric Wong is an MMA strength and conditioning coach. His job is to help mixed-martial artists to take their game to the next level. He is the conditioning coach for Jeff “The Inferno” Joslin, Rory McDonell, Ray “The Hitman” Penny, Jack Szatko, and other members of Team Joslin, all proven elite mixed martial artists.
He received his formal education from the University of Waterloo, earning an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and a spot on the Dean’s list.
Other certifications :
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association
Certified Kinesiologist (CK) through the Ontario Kinesiology Association
Corrective and High-Performance Exercise Kinesiology (CHEK) Practitioner Level I through the CHEK Institute
Licensed Lifestyle Coach through the Lifestyle Coaching Institute.
You see, lifting weight in a gym is just not enough, to keep your mma conditioning to the top, you need to repeat techniques in your workout. Sure, in a gym you will gain strength but you wont get all the details that a technique requires.
Eric Wong’s Programs:
Looking for beeing a UFC fighter? You better start a routine.