IDEA World Fitness Convention™: The World's Largest, Most Comprehensive and Longest-Running Fitness Convention


SAVE THE DATE: The 2011 IDEA World Fitness Convention will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center on August 11-14, 2011.


2011 IDEA World Fitness Convention information is now available! Visit this link: http://www.ideafit.com/conference/idea-world-fitness-convention-2011


 

2010 conference recap: Over 5,000 attendees gathered in Los Angeles, California on August 4-8, 2010 for the 26th annual IDEA World Fitness Convention. The event took place in the heart of L.A. LIVE — the most exciting new destination in Southern California and steps away from the Los Angeles Convention Center!

Attendees received 5 days of rewarding, rich fitness education with special guests including: Mario Lopez, Andre Agassi, the U.S. Surgeon General, plus 350+ groundbreaking sessions, 155 industry experts, 160+ fitness companies, and much more!



The IDEA World Fitness Convention is the #1 largest international fitness event in the WORLD — with up to 23 CECs and over 98% satisfaction rating. We hope to see you at the 2011 IDEA World Fitness Convention in Los Angeles!

 

Sessions

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192: FLEXI-SPORTS® Core Training With FLEXI-BAR®
Workshop presented by: Andy Sasse, Barbara Klein, Clay Grant, and Carol Murphy
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.30, NASM-CGT 0.10, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.15, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Experience a workshop that revolutionizes core training. Explore this new and proven method to improve strength, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Extensively tested and approved as an effective tool for promoting back health, the FLEXI-BAR will optimize strength in broad populations—from the fitness enthusiast and physical rehabilitation patient to the competitive athlete. Learn the simple principles behind FLEXI-BAR training and bring amazing results to your students or clients. (This session is for personal trainers and group exercise instructors.)

193: Indo Boarding: Surfing-Inspired Group Fitness
Workshop presented by: Grace DeSimone, Marc Santa Maria, and Terrell Pruitt
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.10, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Catch a wave with Indo Boarding! Here is a totally-new, unique, fun and challenging way to bring new clients into group exercise programs. The class focuses on creating a full-body workout that incorporates the concepts that surfing brings to fitness: improved balance and core strength and better flexibility, all while providing a real challenge to your cardiovascular system. You’ll be introduced to some new and innovative functional training movements that are performed on a safe, effective unstable surface that has applications for a wide range of clients.

194: The Masala Bhangra Workout®
Workshop presented by: Sarina Jain
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.10, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Dance your way to fitness! The Masala Bhangra Workout is derived from two Indian words: Masala, meaning spicy in Hindi, and Bhangra, which is a traditional folk dance from the northern state of Punjab, India. This unique dance mixes cardiovascular with fun, and is suitable for participants of all ages and fitness levels. 

195: TRX® Power Stretch (Standby Only)
Workshop presented by: Dan McDonogh
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.10, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.15, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
This experiential session uses the TRX to provide a library of active, passive and dynamic stretches and then puts these techniques together in a flowing sequence. Bring your participants to new levels of flexibility with this cutting-edge approach to flexibility and sequence of full-body chain stretches.

196: Evolutions in Biomechanics
Workshop presented by: Michol Dalcourt
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.15, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Much of what we have learned in traditional biomechanics cannot fully explain why we move the way we do. Conventional theories simply cannot accurately describe the way our bodies deal with mechanical forces. A new, emerging philosophy of biomechanics more accurately explains how we are designed. Using hands-on applications, trainers will walk away with a new understanding of how the body dissipates forces, why we are stable, myofascial anatomy and integrated training concepts.

197: 3-D Matrix Performance Series: Core Conversion
Workshop presented by: Doug Gray, and Gary Gray, PT
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.15, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
There is nothing new under the sun … certainly core training is one of those “nothings.” Training the core has been a central focus in the world of movement for quite some time. There is a reason for this…the core has everything to do with everything we do. This session will discuss what constitutes the core and how to best train the core for better function.

198: Training the Autoimmune Client
Workshop presented by: Elizabeth Leeds, DPT
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
With autoimmune disorders such as lupus, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia on the rise, an understanding of the pathophysiology and progression is needed for the development of training programs. This hands-on workshop will provide an insight into various theories about autoimmune disorders, along with tools for evaluating and creating training programs.

199: Schwinn® Cycling: Build and Bond (Standby Only)
Workshop presented by: Juliane Arney
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.10, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Successful cycling instructors do more than teach great classes, they build energetic communities of riders within the room! Come learn how you can infuse your next ride with purposeful participation proven to bond your riders into a more outwardly expressive and loyal pack. This workshop hands you five ready-to-teach interactive ideas—from mild to wild! And it comes complete with tips to ensure the masterful set up and execution of each one. This workshop includes a complete ride experience with detailed notes.

200: Spinning®: The Matrix
Workout presented by: Scott Schlesinger
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Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Welcome to the world of the Matrix, where your choices can lead you to great rewards or great obstacles. This is a ride in which decisions dictate your journey. Influenced by the movie, this ride will be fun, interactive and challenging. This is one you can inject into your classes immediately.

201: Run Strong: Run Long (Aqua) (Full)
Workshop presented by: Bethany Diamond
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.15, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Use the power of water to increase your clients’ ability to run longer, harder or shorter and quicker! Power training has a positive effect not only on sprint training but on endurance training as well. Employ the three-dimensional resistance of water to train your clients to be more efficient, faster runners.

Wednesday

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020: YogaWorks®: SmartFlow Yoga— Deconstructing the Sun Salutation (WS)
Premier Seminar presented by: Jesse Schein
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.00, ACSM 0.00, AFAA 4.75, NASM-CGT 0.70, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.60, NESTA 0.00, NETA 0.00, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.60, W.I.T.S. 6.00

Wednesday, 9:00am-4:00pm

Many yoga practices begin with, and are centered around, surya namaskar, the sun salutation. In this very special session, participants will experience a strong flowing practice based on sun salutations. Then, we’ll look at the functional anatomy of the shoulder girdle, focusing on how and why the joints and muscles work together to bring power and freedom to this area. Next, we’ll bring our awareness into each of the elements of this beautiful sequence; and finally, invite this ancient ritual to the sun to move us into the bliss of intelligent, flowing movement.

021: Celebrity Fortune and Fame! (L)
Premier Seminar presented by: John Spencer Ellis, EdD, MBA
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.60, ACSM 0.60, AFAA 4.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.00, NESTA 0.60, NETA 0.60, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 6.00

Wednesday, 9:00am-4:00pm

Why be an average trainer when you can be a celebrity! Have you ever seen a fitness celebrity on TV and said to yourself “That should be me!” If so, this is the session for you. Your step-bystep blueprint for success begins with just showing up!

022: YogaWorks®: Rock and Roll Flow Yoga for Athletes and Fitness Buffs (WS)
Premier Seminar presented by: YogaWorks® Faculty
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.00, ACSM 0.00, AFAA 3.75, NASM-CGT 0.50, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.40, NESTA 0.00, NETA 0.00, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 4.00

Wednesday, 10:00am-3:00pm

Part A: Rock and Roll Flow Yoga (WO) 10:00am–12 Noon: This is NOT your typical yoga class. Be prepared to sweat and have your butt kicked during this tough flow class set to a soundtrack that includes everything from classic rock to trance in Vinnie’s signature blend of hot, intense vinyasa flow yoga and precise alignment. This is yoga that will tone, strengthen and lengthen your muscles. It provides a moving meditation as the music helps you become centered, calming your busy mind. You’ll get a workout unlike any other yoga class you’ve ever taken.

023: STOTT PILATES® Pilates With Props, Levels 1 & 2 (WS)
Premier Seminar presented by: John Garey, MS
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.40, ACSM 4.00, AFAA 3.00, NASM-CGT 0.40, NASM-CPT 0.40, NCCPT 0.40, NESTA 0.40, NETA 0.40, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.40, W.I.T.S. 4.00

Wednesday, 1:00-5:00pm
Need to add some interest to your Matwork™ routine? This innovative and upbeat mat-based workshop features exercises that increase in intensity and challenge. Beginning with those from the Level 1 workout, learn how to incorporate the Flex-Band® exerciser, Fitness Circle® resistance ring and Toning Balls™ to develop classes that will challenge and stimulate you and your clients. First-level exercises will serve to develop core strength and stability, while those in the second level will focus on mobility and agility. These workouts will give you tons of new

024: Spinning®: Everest “The Ride” (WO)
Premier Seminar presented by: Josh Taylor
CECs/CEUs: AFAA 1.50, NASM-CGT 0.20

Wednesday, 6:00-8:00pm
Everest has become a universal symbol of human achievement…it is a metaphor for life. In life we are all climbing mountains—struggling to discover more about our own abilities and achieving success. The challenge is to push aside our fears and limitations, have a wish, pursue a dream and focus on a goal. Tackle your own summit and never ever give up on yourself. Make the promise, commit to the journey, push yourself to the next level and find Mastery…for you know in the end it will be worth it. Enjoy the adventure! The time has come, and it is time to

025: NFPT: Help All Clients With Partner-Assisted PNF and AIS Stretching (WS)
Premier Seminar presented by: Felix Doval
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.60, ACSM 6.00, AFAA 3.00, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.60, NCCPT 0.60, NESTA 0.60, NETA 0.60, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.60, W.I.T.S. 6.00

Wednesday, 9:00am-4:00pm

This course has been developed specifically for certified personal trainers who work with a variety of clients, ranging from professional and amateur athletes, to weekend warriors, general fitness clients and those who are in severely deconditioned states. The primary focus will be on how to properly perform and administer partner-assisted stretches utilizing proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) and/or active-isolated stretching (AIS) techniques.

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Thursday

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208: The Neuroscience of Change: Getting the Best Results Ever!
Lecture presented by: Robert Cappuccio
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.50, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.15, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Why is it that some individuals with significant education and training still maintain habits that prevent them from achieving any substantial degree of success? As fitness professionals, we must ask…Does knowing more really enable our clients to achieve more? Not really! Beliefs are a powerful determinant of our ability to accomplish anything in our lives. In this session, we will examine how beliefs direct behavior and influence outcomes.

209: Community Program Champs Discussion Panel
Lecture presented by: Ryan Halvorson, Kenny Rogers, Karen Jashinsky, MBA, and Sheila Franklin
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.50, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Join champions of community programs along with moderator Ryan Halvorson as we explore many different aspects of community fitness, including how to engage, explore and improve the community around you. In this panel discussion you’ll hear from Shelia Franklin, executive director of the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity, whose mission is to create collaborative partnerships that inspire and empower all Americans to lead more physically active lifestyles. Listen to Kenny Rogers, executive director of the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.

210: Chair Programming: Not Just for Older Adults
Lecture / Workshop presented by: Deborah Redder
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.50, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.15, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.50

Time Block G - Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm
Create better adaptive movements and modifications for your group exercise classes using a chair-based format. Explore the support, stability and anchoring options inherent in the chair. Participants of all skill and age ranges will experience the benefits from using this simple tool, helping them to connect with real-life functions. Come and explore the possibilities!

Friday

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407: Training (and Retaining) Beginners
Lecture presented by: Tom Purvis, PT
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NESTA 0.20, NETA 0.20, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:45-4:35pm
When was the last time you were a beginner…at anything? Especially something that you believed you’d “never be good at” or “it’s just not your thing.” What misinformation is being perpetuated by the extreme fitness television shows today? If the goal is to get the other 80% exercising, maybe we had better stop thinking like us… people who LIKE to exercise, and start thinking like those who don’t!

408: Got Muscle? Want Some More?
Lecture presented by: Scott Josephson, MS, RD
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NESTA 0.20, NETA 0.20, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.20, W.I.T.S. 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:45-4:35pm
Is your client’s goal to be more muscular or to get into superb shape? Learn alternative methods for increasing size, definition and symmetry for the hardcore workout junkie and the everyday client looking to mix it up. You might not want to be a bodybuilder, but training for hypertrophy requires some strict guidelines. Learn how the quantities of protein, fat and carbohydrate intake, in conjunction with various exercise protocols, can make a huge difference in your physique!

409: Universal Secrets to Client Retention
Lecture presented by: Mary Bratcher, MA
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NESTA 0.20, NETA 0.20, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:45-4:35pm
Everyone knows that it is far more difficult to attract a new client than to keep a current one. Yet, client retention problems are consistently one of the greatest challenges for fitness professionals and fitness business owners. This revealing session will help you discover what kinds of things you may be doing that inadvertently contribute to client retention issues, and learn what you can do to deliver the three essential things that every client wants.

410: So You’re the New Training/Program Director?
Lecture presented by: Krista Popowych
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NESTA 0.20, NETA 0.20, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:45-4:35pm
Many fitness professionals aspire to extend or expand their careers by becoming managers. Once the opportunity arises and you become that personal training or group fitness program director, it sure does help to get a few helpful hints, useful tips and words of wisdom from those who have paved the way. Why reinvent the wheel? Learn from the mistakes and successes of some of the world’s best directors and be the best manager you can be.

411: Healthy-Steps™: Exercise for a Healthy Lymphatic System
Lecture presented by: Sherry Lebed Davis, and Marc Lebed, MD
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NESTA 0.20, NETA 0.20, NFPT 1.00, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:45-4:35pm
The lymphatic system is an important component of the immune system and is a clearinghouse for toxins and bacteria. It can be impacted by many disorders including cancer, chronic disease and sedentary lifestyles (that lead to lymphedema). The Healthy-Steps program is proven to reduce the occurrence and severity of lymphedema and increase range of motion through gentle, easy and fun exercises that are put to great music. You will learn how the lymphatic system functions and how it is positively affected by the Healthy-Steps program.

420: Core Cuts (Standby Only)
Workshop presented by: Kimberly Spreen, and Rob Glick
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 0.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.10, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block N - Friday, 4:50-6:00pm
In this workshop, you will learn six individual 10-minute core routines. Each one can easily stand on its own when time efficiency is a primary focus, or used as a great addition to any existing workout. You can also combine any number of them to create a core challenge with a longer duration

421: TWISTED Step
Workshop presented by: Christi Taylor
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 0.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block N - Friday, 4:50-6:00pm
Variety is the spice of group fitness—especially in our step classes! Learn three new vertical step combinations and get yourself started on your way to teaching TWISTED. Vertical stepping offers two different approaches to the step. This ensures your classes will be fun and invigorating, while opening up a massive door of creativity. Don’t stay horizontal—go vertical and get TWISTED!

422: Club Spotlight: Equinox® Presents Parkour Power Play (Standby Only)
Workout presented by: Lashaun Dale, MPH, and Michael Turner
CECs/CEUs:

Time Block N - Friday, 4:50-6:00pm
Flip your path to fitness into an action-packed hour of power and play. Born in the streets of Paris, Parkour is the act of moving from point A to point B with grace and ease. In this workshop presentation, the Equinox and WFPF (World Freerunning and Parkour Federation) team will run you through several mobility and rigorous conditioning exercises to prepare your mind and body for parkour.

423: Rock and Stroll
Workshop presented by: Carey Fraley
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 0.75, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block N - Friday, 4:50-6:00pm
Take a trip down memory lane with fun choreography that will challenge coordination, balance and memory. A small ball will add a little spice and encourage group and partner interaction. See why socialization adds a fun factor that will keep your seniors exercising and returning to your class over and over.  Discover why powerful teaching skills play such an important part in their success.

424: Club Spotlight: Spectrum Clubs Present The Wil to Dance
Workout presented by: wildancefit
CECs/CEUs:

Time Block N - Friday, 4:50-6:00pm
The Wil to Dance is a dance-based, cardio workout taught by Wil-son Williams and featured at Spectrum Clubs. It is unique because it succeeds where many traditional programs have failed. The format is a dynamic fusion of old and new popular movements that are easily done by students of all levels and backgrounds. This class features tight combinations of repetitive steps with each new piece seamlessly blending into the previous section. Get ready to rev up your metabolism with this complete body-toning program.

Saturday

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607: $ocial Media for Dollar$
Lecture presented by: Biray Alsac, MS
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.00, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.00, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block T - Saturday, 4:50-6:00pm
Over the last few years, fitness professionals have been exploring social media tools (like Facebook, Twitter and blogging) to improve their Web presence, increase marketing efforts and enhance relationships with their audiences. While these tools may have generated buzz for your business and helped you connect better with clients, have they improved your bottom line? This session is about the financial side of social media. Learn how to make money and see a return on your online investments, so that the next time you poke, tweet or blog, all you hear is “cha-ching”!

608: How Should Protein Supplements Be Used to Optimize Athletic Performance and Health?
Lecture presented by: Jeff Leighton, PhD
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.00, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.10, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.10, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block T - Saturday, 4:50-6:00pm
Most proteins contain a similar amount of all 20 naturally-occurring amino acids. What makes one protein supplement different from another is the method of isolation and the amount of pre-digestion that allows the protein to be broken down to core amino acids for re-absorption. They can differ widely by the other elements that may be incorporated, such as sugars, quick release carbohydrates, lactose, growth hormones, etc.

609: Juggling It All: Navigating Through Information Overload WS
Workshop presented by: Tom Purvis, PT
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.00, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.00, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.10, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block T - Saturday, 4:50-6:00pm
Are you frustrated with conflicting methodologies or just the sheer volume of information you encounter? You may be ready to join us for a departure from the traditional workshops and lectures with this “training jam session.” We will explore and discuss the science, protocols, philosophies, and/or principles we’ve been offered as they might apply to assessment, exercise options and progression of a client from day one, minute one and beyond, with the goal of determining what actually applies to this client at this point.

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743: Group Ex Pro: Streamlining Group Ex Management
Lecture presented by: Shannon Fable
CECs/CEUs: AFAA 1.75, NASM-CGT 0.00

Time Block V - Sunday, 9:40-11:00am
Session Update: Session has moved to Timeblock D, please see session 157

744: Diabetes and Exercise
Lecture presented by: Roberta Anding, MS, RD
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.10, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block V - Sunday, 9:40-11:00am
Diabetes is a complex endocrine disorder that affects the body’s ability to regulate glucose, and insulin secretion and utilization. Loss of normal insulin physiology results in changes in how fuel is used in the body, and how storage and hydration occurs. Many clients with diabetes have macro- or micro-vascular complications from their disease, which alters their ability to fuel appropriately, maintain hydration status and train. This session will review type 1 and type 2 diabetes and the metabolic complications that are associated with this disorder.

745: Understanding the Powerful Relationship Between Omega-3 and Protein
Lecture presented by: Jeff Leighton, PhD
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.10, ACSM 1.00, AFAA 1.25, NASM-CGT 0.00, NASM-CPT 0.20, NCCPT 0.10, NESTA 0.10, NETA 0.10, NFPT 0.50, NSCA-CSCS 0.10, W.I.T.S. 1.00

Time Block V - Sunday, 9:40-11:00am
Exercise is a form of trauma. “No pain, no gain” is a great slogan but it has its downside. Pain resulting from exercise results in muscle loss via inflammatory mediators called cytokines. Omega-3 oil can modify inflammation and make protein supplements more effective, as well as optimize exercise periods. This lecture will provide many powerful nutritional insights, such as how to deal better with inflammation, disease prevention, and improved training and recovery times.