The Fitness Industry is buzzing about TACTIX with a promise of teaching self-defense, fitness and metabolic conditioning

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  • (1888PressRelease) January 02, 2012 - The fitness and martial arts industries have never been closer than they are today. In the past, martial arts had a unique following, and fitness junkies had their own way of getting in their daily exercise. Due to the rapid growth of MMA (mixed martial arts) and fusion type exercise programs, a create blend has emerged. The latest entry into this hybrid space is TACTIX which states it is the right mix of fitness, martial arts, intensity, and metabolic conditioning.

    First, let's review the martial arts aspect. TACTIX uses a very specific blend on MMA conditioning, Krav Maga, Kung-fu and Muay Thai. If these names don't mean much to you, just know that they are some of the world's most effect forms of martial arts. The fitness component is a combination of dynamic flexibility (think martial arts yoga), fitness boot camp training, and a lot of ab work.

    "TACTIX has no fighting, sparring or combat of any kind," says TACTIX creator, John Spencer Ellis. "There are certain aspects that require the class to 'partner up' but it's all in fun. TACTIX is all about having fun, learning some self-defense and burning pounds of fat," adds Ellis.

    The TACTIX system is taught to fitness and martial arts professionals. It includes comprehensive training, certification and complete business system for gyms and individuals. Following the training, Certified TACTIX Instructors can operate classes anywhere in the world. If you are interested in becoming a TACTIX instructor, you can get details by visiting

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