AMP Fitness- Official Sponsor of athletes and Andrea Calle


photoNow offering MMA Classes designed by Randy Couture and instructed  by female champion Jessica Aguilar. Also offering MMA Programs and Golf Fit program.!!

We are dedicated to providing our members with the finest level of service in the fitness community.  We offer top-level health, fitness & wellness from all aspects, including education on nutrition, equipment, classes, personal training and much more.  It’s a foundation to a better you, we help build bodies for life.

We are now offering MMA Classes designed by Randy Couture and instructed  by female champion Jessica Aguilar as well as MMA Programs and Golf Fitness classes.

Personal Training Program

Many automatically equate personal training with athletes and movie stars.  This is only a very small part of the picture.  Everyone, young and old, in shape and out, can utilize a Fitness Professional for a variety of reasons.  More and more “normal” people and veteran exercises alike are working with Fitness Professionals as a means of losing weight or just staying healthy.

In fact, the work of a majority of Fitness Professionals focuses on increasing and/or maintaining their clients’ fitness levels, assisting them in weight loss and overseeing their strength-training and cardiovascular activities.

Personal training is more than a series of workout sessions.  It is a physical, psychological, emotional and social experience.  Fitness Professionals wear many hats, serving not only as coach, but also as confidant, role model, educator and a major source encouragement.

Our Fitness Professionals are available to help you set and reach your individual fitness goals.  We are confident in the fact that we have a personal training option that fits every individual’s time, needs and budget.

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 111 Grand Palms Drive
Pembroke Pines, FL 33027
Phone: (954) 450-5535

(video+images) MMA Tat Magazine


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A new project is being developed for all the MMA fans and the tattoo communities. Never done before!! a collectable magazine that will be available in print soon, online and short documentaries of the stories behind the tattoos told by the fighters.

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Tim “The Maine-Iac” Sylvia shares with MMA TAT the stories behind his Tattoos and what inspired him to get them. Full story interview coming soon!!!
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(Event Invitation) Can’t Tell Foundation Celebrity Poker Tournament


Can't Tell Foundation Celebrity Poker Tournament posterIt is always an honor and joy to be part of events that allow me to give back to the community. In 2013 I have been blessed of becoming part of the board of director of a foundation “Can’t Tell”. This foundation offers treatment and program services at the Can’t Tell Center (www.canttellcenter.com) for adolescents and young adults affected by mental health disorders, bullying, abuse, sexual assault and other trauma, including military personnel suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The therapeutic treatment programs provide aid in
correcting the psychological, emotional, behavioral, spiritual and neuro-biological effects of complex trauma.

We are honored to be hosting the Inaugural Can’t Tell Foundation Celebrity Poker Tournament on:

Saturday, June 1, 2013

at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL. The cocktail party begins at 5:00 pm with the poker tournament following at 7:00 pm. South Florida community members are invited to sign up online or make donations at www.canttellpoker.eventbrite.com

All proceeds from the event will benefit the Can’t Tell Foundation, a tax-deductible 501(c)3 organization (Tax ID # 27-3814108). All money raised from this exciting event will go directly to providing desperately needed treatment and program services.

Celebrity participants include Miami Dolphins corner back Nolan Carrol, MMA fighters Alistair Overeem, Marcus Brimage, Jessica Aguilar, Mike Rio, Alex Caceres, Jorge Masvidal, El Octagano reporter Andrea Calle, and more. There will also be a special performance at the cocktail party by Elevate Music recording artist Justin Anthony, who recently recorded a single with Snoop Dogg. In addition to the musical performance, the cocktail party, held at the Swamp Bar in Hollywood, will include food, drinks and a silent auction. The poker tournament will feature a guaranteed prize pool of $10,000 with a minimum of 125 registrants. Re-buys and add-ons will be available. The first re-buy is free to pre-paid registrants. All re-buy and add-on money will go directly to the Can’t Tell Foundation.

For more information or to register or donate online, please visit www.canttellpoker.eventbrite.com.

Media Contact:
Dawn Berson
Development Director
Can’t Tell Foundation
dberson@canttell.org

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(Video) Bellator 80


Bjorn Rebeney, bellator going to Brazil on 2013, reality show, women mma continues to grow.

Joe Warren, back to a win after two consecutive loses. This  is what he has to say

Ray Martinez, goes to the Finals

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Women’s MMA Rankings: Ronda Rousey and Everyone Else


By Dave Doyle – Staff Writer

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Forza LLC via Getty Images

Aug 22, 2012 – If there was any doubt left that Ronda Rousey is the world’s best women’s mixed martial artist, they were erased in just 54 seconds on Saturday night.

That’s the amount of time it took Rousey, the Strikeforce women’s bantamweight champion, to finish former champ Sarah Kaufman in the main event of Saturday night’s card in San Diego.

As you’ve already had drilled into your head, that’s six first-round armbar finishes for Rousey in six pro fights. Average match time: One minute, 16.5 seconds.

And as you’ve had equally drilled into your head, the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao of women’s MMA is Rousey vs. Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos, the clear-cut case of a No. 1 vs. a No. 2. Or at least, it would be No. 1 vs. No. 2 if the fighter who would be in the No. 2 spot right now, Santos, wasn’t under suspension.

But the women’s sport won’t stay on hold while the Rousey-Santos soap opera plays out. Far from it. The past month alone featured enough top-notch WMMA competition to dramatically shake up the top 10 pound-for-pound list, from Rousey-Kaufman to Miesha Tate’s win over Julie Kedzie to Sara McMann’s victory over Shyana Baszler at Incvicta 2.

(Official MMAFighting.com ranking policy: Fighters who are under commission suspensions are ineligible to be ranked during the duration of their penalty. In the women’s pound-for-pound list, this currently affects Cristiane Santos).

1. Ronda Rousey (6-0) — What more needs to be said?

2. Miesha Tate (13-3) — Maybe Tate wasn’t impressed with her win over Kedzie, but everyone else was.

3. Jessica Aguilar — (14-4) May victory over Megumi Fujii cements her spot.

4. Megumi Fujii — (25-2) Still doesn’t have next fight lined up after losing to Aguilar

5. Sarah Kaufman (15-2) — Can’t drop her too far after losing to Rousey.

6. Tara La Rosa — (21-2) Pioneering women’s fighter has lost only once since 2003.

7. Sara McMann — (6-0) The 2004 Olympic wrestling silver medalist is a star on the rise.

8. Marloes Coenen (20-5) — Former Strikeforce champ is 4-3 in her past seven fights.

9. Naho Sugiyama (8-0) — Japanese standout will compete for first Invicta atomweight title in October when she meets Jessica Penne.

10. Liz Carmouche (7-2) — Has rebounded nicely from losses to Coenen and Kaufman.