The athletic apparel company 100 Percent Clean is proud to announce that they will be sponsoring a free MMA seminar put on by retired UFC star Chris Lytle.
Huntington Beach Ultimate Training Center
Huntington Beach, CA
Saturday, June 16th
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
The purpose of the seminar will be to educate people about the dangers of steroids and performance enhancing drugs; in addition to helping them develop and learn new techniques in MMA. Also, 100 Percent Clean will be giving any and all donations to the Taylor Hooton Foundation.which is committed to educating everyone, youth and adults alike, about the life-threatening dangers of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs (APEDs).
100 Percent Clean, founded in 2007, embodies lifestyle choices essential toward achieving athletic goals without the use of illegal substances including PEDs. They encourage and promote hard work, sacrifice and sound ethical decisions in pursuit of individual greatness.
100 Percent Clean, Chief Operating Officer Joe Martin, stated this about the event, “We could not think of a better athlete to represent our brand and convey our message. Chris Lytle embodies all our values of hard work, sacrifice and ethics and he demonstrated them throughout his UFC and MMA career. He competed at the highest level and never needed to use PEDs or illegal substances to do so. We are extremely excited about this seminar and hope that people not only have a great time but learn about the dangers of PEDs in the process.”
Retired UFC star Chris Lytle is coming off a close loss in the District 28 Indiana State Senate race and is excited about the opportunity to help spread these great messages to people in the LA and Orange County. He stated, “It is an honor to work with 100 Percent Clean and the Taylor Hooton Foundation. As a professional athlete and father of four, I have always been against the use of PEDs. I am excited to have the opportunity to help spread this extremely important message to youth and adults alike. Please come attend the Seminar on June 16th, to not only learn MMA techniques, but more importantly to learn about the dangers of PEDs and steroids.”