-May 28, 2010  Las Vegas, NV

WINTENSITY made a “hit” at the UFC Fan Expo 2010 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on Friday and Saturday.  Of nearly 500 vendor booths and displays, Wintensity.net was the only company at the expo offering seminar training on the “mental game” for competitive fighters and martial artists of all skill levels.  The Wintensity seminar is entitled The Psychology of Combat and Effective Mental Preparation, and is geared toward educating competitive fighters and martial artists on psychological and mental techniques for better performance under the demands and stressors of combat sports. 

KEN_HAHN1_smMany famous UFC fighters stopped by the Wintensity booth to hang out and take pictures, and the talk was all about the necessity of a “strong mindset” for performing well under the pressure of competitive MMA. 

Legendary instructor Ken Hahn, of Striking Unlimited and striking coach from The Ultimate Fighter Season 8, readily stated while speaking with Wintensity Founder and Instructor Eric Parker, that “the mental game is at least 70%-80% of the total picture” for a fighter.

Brandon “The Truth” Vera stopped by VERA_ERIC_AMBER_UFC_2010_smthe Wintensity booth to say hello and take a few pictures.  Vera certainly knows “The Truth” about the importance of training in the right frame of mind, and the necessity of strong mental attitude and conditioning.

JUSTIN_WREN_smJustin Wren from the Ultimate Fighter Season 10, Heavyweights, also stopped by to check out Wintensity, and to say hello.  Justin Wren attributes his success in the cage to a "never quit" attitude, strong commitment to excellence, and hard work.    

 “The New York Badass” himself, Phil Baroni, commented to Wintensity’s Eric Parker that he has not paid as much attention to the “mental side of the game” in the past as he wished he had, and that many fighters underestimate the importance of the mental game in their training.

Wintensity offers live seminar training to educate competitive fighters on the effects of critical stress upon their physical performance, and on the importance of effective mental preparation as part of their fight training.  In addition, Wintensity provides training on new mental and psychological techniques specifically designed to develop better performance when they need it most, ensuring a fighter can reach his or her full potential in the Octagon.   

Feel free to Contact Us HERE with any questions relating to a specific seminar, or to inquire about hosting a Wintensity seminar.  You can also call Wintensity toll free at 877-352-3828.