Albion PROS have announced a new sponsorship agreement with UFC Gym for the 2017 season.
The Pros are coming off of an undefeated regular season inaugural campaign and are looking to improve upon 2016’s impressive results. The UFC Gym offers cutting-edge training techniques inspired by UFC athletes including traditional workouts as well as classes in different fighting styles, such as Ju-Jitsu, Boxing, Kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA.
Led by head coach Ziggy Korytoski, Albion Pros quickly established themselves as a power in the NPSL’s southwest conference and have partnered with UFC Gym in an effort to maximize their stamina and conditioning. The Mission Valley UFC Gym location will serve as the official training facility for all Albion players, offering state-of-the-art sports performance methods to prepare for the upcoming campaign, which includes a berth in the US Open Cup.
Choosing UFC Gym as a partner, the PROS continue to further plant their roots in the San Diego community, with UFC Gym having locations the San Diego area, but also has become a recognized brand with 135 locations throughout the United States, Australia, Canada, South America, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates.
“ ALBION PROS are very excited to partner with such a reputable training facility/gym and company. UFC Gym is worldwide and has such incredible resources for our team and athletes to benefit from, not to mention their friends and family. This partnership was strategic to ALBION PROS and their progressive approach as an organization and for the players to maximize the strength they can gain as an athlete.”
“Partnering up with UFC Gym is another step in the right direction. Having the opportunity to work with world class Sports Performance experts in this professional environment will prepare us for what´s to come in the next months. I have been working out at UFC Gym since the beginning of the year, and I already feel a lot stronger.” – Pros Captain Luke Staats
Be sure to join Albion Pros at their Launch Party on January 29th, just before the USMNT match v Serbia at Qualcomm Stadium.