Sessions

2014 IDEA Personal Trainer Institute™ West Sessions

All Sessions

800: Fun and Function: Adult Fitness Games
Workshop presented by: Brett Klika
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
Add some fun to your adult small group or fitness classes. This hands-on workshop will demonstrate more than 10 fitness-based games you can use with groups of any age to get them interacting, smiling and sweating! With little to no equipment, these fun and unique fitness-based games are a great way to set the tone for your small groups or classes. Add these games to your toolbox for training success!

801: SandBell® Boot Camp, by Hyperwear®
Workshop presented by: Sergeant Ken Weichert
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.00, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
Hyperwear's SandBell is one of the most versatile tools on the market. Come discover how to supercharge your boot camp with dynamic individual challenges, partner work, team challenges, and one of the most intense fat-burning workouts of your life! With this tool, you will be able to prescribe an endless supply of tortuous modalities, ensuring your clients will never get tired of getting their butt kicked. Experience a multidimensional, interactive, full-body blast for every fitness level and every age.

802: 3-D Exercises for the Menopausal Client
Workshop presented by: Hayley Hollander
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
One of the biggest changes a woman faces during menopause is the loss of bone mineral density and the breakdown of connective tissue. In this workshop, learn how the structure and make-up of the female anatomy will determine what exercises and force profiles will be important for your menopausal clients. Take home a toolbox of 3-D exercises to keep your clients motivated and charged toward movements that are designed just for them.

803: TPPT: Get on the GRID®: SMRT for Every Body
Workshop presented by: Cassidy Phillips
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.00, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
Learn how, why and when to use the GRID foam roller and integrate Self-Myofascial Release Techniques (SMRT) into your sessions. Trigger Point Performance's unique approach to SMRT unlocks the body for optimal movement and can help to decrease the risk of injury, enhance performance and speed up recovery. This hands-on session teaches you to release key muscle groups and how to scale compression on the GRID so that any level of fitness can benefit. Plus, we'll share popular SMRT protocols that support specific activities.

804: Balance Training for the Older Athlete (Boomerthlete)
Workshop presented by: Michael Rogers, PhD, FACSM
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
As more aging Baby Boomers continue to increase their athletic ability, there is a need to incorporate specific balance training into a regular exercise routine. Healthy adults can benefit from a variety of balance-specific training techniques to improve postural stability, which may improve performance and prevent injury, including falls. This workshop will discuss the scientific basis for progressive balance training and describe a variety of tools and exercises to develop balance training programs for older adults.

805: The Foot and Ankle: Injury Prevention and Training
Lecture / Workshop presented by: Michol Dalcourt
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
The foot and ankle complex is generally misunderstood. If not working well, the whole body will feel its effects and will not function properly. Low-back pain and shoulder dysfunction can, in many cases, have their roots in poorly functioning feet and ankles. This workshop will explain the nature and role of the foot and ankle complex and its importance to the overall function of the body.

806: Balancing Hormones for Optimal Weight Loss
Lecture presented by: Dr Marc Bubbs ND
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block I - Sunday, 8:00-9:50am
You often hear that achieving your ideal weight is a matter of calories consumed and exercise. Unfortunately, that isn't the whole story. Your body's hormones control metabolism, muscle building, fat metabolism and appetite. Whether you are a very active athlete, exercise enthusiast or are seeking to shed a few pounds, achieving hormonal balance may be the missing link you need to lose weight, improve your health and perform better in the gym or on the playing field!

810: Sweat and Smiles: New Ideas for Training Kids
Workshop presented by: Brett Klika
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
Youth of all ages have forgotten how to play! In this workshop, learn 10 new ideas and approaches for working with kids of all levels and motivations; what previously used strategies don't work with today's youth; and what three highly active games will get even the biggest couch-surfer to BEG to play every day. Learn the one

811: When Emotion Meets Motion
Workshop presented by: Rodney Corn, MA
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
As fitness professionals, we are taught exercise principles rooted in physical sciences. Unfortunately, this information rarely leads to a client-centered, personalized exercise experience. See how emotions, postures and movement are all interconnected, and how each can be simply manipulated. We are now empowered with the tools necessary to help our clients change their lives on their terms. This workshop will open your eyes to what happens when emotion meets motion and how you can apply the insights learned here, tomorrow.

812: Anatomy in Motion
Workshop presented by: Christopher McGrath
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
Anatomy is often looked at as a constant, “This muscle attaches to these bones. It moves that joint.” For a body at rest, this may be a true, but for a body in motion, the conventional way to look at anatomy doesn’t tell the entire story. Outside influences affect the way our muscles respond and react. This session looks at anatomy from a principles-based perspective rather than an origins-and-insertions perspective. Myofascial connections and anatomical sling systems will be discussed as well as exercise options that complement these principles, leading to a truly functional experience.

Thursday

500: TRX®: Sports Medicine Suspension Training® Course
Workshop
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.80, ACSM 8.00, AFAA 8.00, AFPA 8.00, BOC 7.75, CHEK 8.00, CI 8.00, IFPA 8.00, ISFTA 8.00, ISSA 8.00, NAFC 0.80, NASM 0.80, NCCPT 0.80, NCSF 4.00, NESTA 0.80, NETA 8.00, NFPT 1.00, NPI 8.00, NSCA 0.00, NSPA 8.00, PTAG 8.00

Thursday, 8:30am-5:30pm

This course takes your TRX Suspension Training® education to the next level. You’ll learn how to incorporate TRX Suspension Training into the treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal diseases or disabilities. Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Competently demonstrate and teach the TRX sports medicine exercises and modifications.
  • Learn treatments for common injuries through case scenario formats.
  • Provide therapeutic and preventive exercise applications for common musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Join the official TRX directory of trainers and facilities.

This is a Level 2 course. It requires you to have previously taken a TRX Suspension Training Course (STC) or a TRX Group Suspension Training Course (GSTC) or be a licensed healthcare professional. Licensed healthcare professionals who have not taken the Level 1 STC or GSTC are required to complete the pre-course prep work prior to attending this preconference course. The prep work will be sent via email after registration is completed.

See more at: www.trxtraining.com/products/trx-sports-medicine-suspension-training-course-l2#sthash.ndAIDI8S.dpuf

Approved for continuing education credits from the following agencies: 0.8 ACE, 7.0 ISSA, 0.7 NASM, 7.0 NATA, 8.0 PTA Global, and 8.0 SkillsActive REPS. CECs from other agencies are pending.

501: A Day of IMPACT—A Life of LEADERSHIP
Lecture
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.50, ACSM 5.00, AFAA 0.00, AFPA 5.00, BOC 4.75, CHEK 5.00, CI 5.00, IFPA 5.00, ISFTA 5.00, ISSA 5.00, NAFC 0.50, NASM 0.50, NCCPT 0.50, NCSF 3.50, NESTA 0.70, NETA 5.00, NFPT 0.50, NPI 5.00, NSCA 0.70, NSPA 5.00, PTAG 5.00

Thursday, 10:30am-5:30pm

In this intensive, personal and professional program on leadership at all levels, business owner and industry leader Todd Durkin will provide an in-depth, experiential program to develop the leader within. This 6-hour preconference will provide you a unique opportunity to not only go through Todd’s IMPACT Leadership program, but also to dive deeply into working on your business instead of in your business.
Todd will deliver specific coaching questions to ignite action in multiple areas of your business and life to enhance your overall success. In addition, you will take part in a fully facilitated roundtable Mastermind experience that will allow you to connect with Todd and other fellow leaders for additional ideas, feedback and support.
Whether you are a one-person solo-preneur, a manager leading a large brand, an owner/operator of a training facility or a passionate fitness professional looking for a deeper entrepreneurial experience, this is your opportunity to seize the day and create maximum IMPACT in your life and those around you!

502: National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM®): Women’s Fitness Specialist Workshop
Workshop
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.00, ACSM 0.00, AFAA 0.00, AFPA 4.00, BOC 3.75, CHEK 4.00, CI 4.00, IFPA 4.00, ISFTA 4.00, ISSA 4.00, NAFC 0.00, NASM 0.00, NCCPT 0.00, NCSF 2.00, NESTA 0.30, NETA 4.00, NFPT 0.50, NPI 4.00, NSCA 0.40, NSPA 4.00, PTAG 4.00

Thursday, 12:00-4:00pm

According to the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA), more than half of all female gym members use personal training services. NASM developed the Women’s Fitness Specialist (WFS) credential to educate health and fitness professionals on how to effectively design exciting and engaging workouts to keep clients motivated. This workshop helps you recognize the female client’s unique needs, while teaching how to deliver training solutions throughout the different phases of a woman’s life. This workshop also helps prepare individuals for the WFS credential, covering the science behind the female body, fitness considerations for different phases, and specific nutritional needs.

Upon completion of this workshop, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand key anatomical and physiological considerations when working with the female client.
  • Better understand the unique needs of pre- and postnatal clients, and pre- and post-menopausal women.
  • Identify strategies to effectively transform women from “fat to fit.”
  • Discuss specific dietary female practices, including vegetarianism.
  • Implement key strategies for marketing your services as a Women’s Fitness Specialist.

Approved for 0.4 NASM CECs. CECs from other agencies are pending.

550: Making Dollars (and Sense) Using Different Training Philosophies
Lecture presented by: Rodney Corn, MA
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 0.00, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block A - Thursday, 6:00-7:50pm
Have you ever taken different educational offerings and then thought to yourself, “I’m totally confused“everyone seems to be saying something different?” What if, in fact, everyone is saying the same thing? What if you were shown how to take all this education and mold it into a client-centered program? Would that be helpful to you? Then join me as we dive into the beautiful aspect of fitness known as “variation.” Come see how to view your education from a client’s perspective. You will leave with clarity, practical case studies, and a system to help you assimilate multiple educational philosophies and strategies into the one that best fits your clients.

Friday

649: Your Business Starter Kit
Lecture presented by: Gail Sophia Edgell
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.30, ACSM 3.00, AFAA 2.75, AFPA 3.00, BOC 0.00, CHEK 3.00, CI 3.00, IFPA 3.00, ISFTA 3.00, ISSA 3.00, NAFC 0.30, NASM 0.30, NCCPT 0.30, NCSF 1.50, NESTA 0.29, NETA 3.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 3.00, NSCA 0.30, NSPA 3.00, PTAG 3.00

Time Block D - Friday, 2:00-4:50pm
Are you just starting out in business and are overwhelmed as to what to do first? We can all agree that the to-do list for starting your business is extensive. In this interactive session, we will help you to clarify your niche, determine the marketability of your niche, establish strong lead sources and learn what to do with those leads, plus determine your marketing “funnel” for your business. Walk away with templates and resources to assist you in starting your business.

650: Common Mistakes in Corrective Exercise
Lecture presented by: Christopher McGrath
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.30, ACSM 3.00, AFAA 2.75, AFPA 3.00, BOC 2.75, CHEK 3.00, CI 3.00, IFPA 3.00, ISFTA 3.00, ISSA 3.00, NAFC 0.30, NASM 0.30, NCCPT 0.30, NCSF 1.50, NESTA 0.29, NETA 3.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 3.00, NSCA 0.30, NSPA 3.00, PTAG 3.00

Time Block D - Friday, 2:00-4:50pm
Corrective exercise has been a popular practice in personal training for some time. While there are several approaches to corrective exercise, some strategies are oversimplified and others may be beyond the fitness professional's scope of practice. This lecture addresses professional boundaries, assessment tools, appropriate strategies, and fundamental principles in corrective exercise. Walk away with a new critical thought process that can be implemented into your existing corrective practices, and learn to address the obstacles faced when delivering corrections to clients who just want a

Saturday

767: Use Social Media to Train
Lecture presented by: Hayley Hollander
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, BOC 0.00, CHEK 1.50, CI 1.50, IFPA 1.50, ISFTA 1.50, ISSA 1.50, NAFC 0.15, NASM 0.15, NCCPT 0.15, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.15, NETA 1.50, NFPT 0.25, NPI 1.50, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 1.50, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Saturday, 4:05-5:35pm
With over 1.11 billion on Facebook, 500 million on Twitter and 1 billion unique YouTube channels, your clients are no doubt ENGAGED. You, too, may be familiar with using these sites to navigate and communicate with the world, but are you using them to their fullest potential to train and build your business? Hayley will offer several key strategies, utilizing different social media platforms, that are sure to garner maximum exposure, interaction and client onboarding.

768: Youth Athletics
Lecture presented by: Mike Bracko, EdD
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, BOC 1.50, CHEK 1.50, CI 1.50, IFPA 1.50, ISFTA 1.50, ISSA 1.50, NAFC 0.15, NASM 0.15, NCCPT 0.15, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.15, NETA 1.50, NFPT 0.25, NPI 1.50, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 1.50, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Saturday, 4:05-5:35pm
Training youth athletes is becoming the next big thing in fitness. Young athletes need safe and practical training for high levels of performance and to improve fitness and health. Learn the proper training protocols for young athletes and realize that kids are not “little adults” as it relates to strength and conditioning. This session is a must attend for trainers who are looking at ways to make alternative streams of revenue and/or to increase their facility’s exposure.

769: TPPT: Evidence-Based Approach to Myofascial Release
Lecture presented by: Cassidy Phillips, and Kyle Stull
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, BOC 1.50, CHEK 1.50, CI 1.50, IFPA 1.50, ISFTA 1.50, ISSA 1.50, NAFC 0.15, NASM 0.15, NCCPT 0.15, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.15, NETA 1.50, NFPT 0.25, NPI 1.50, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 1.50, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Saturday, 4:05-5:35pm
The science, or lack thereof, behind self-myofascial release is quickly gaining more and more attention as the popularity of foam rolling products and education are being developed. This workshop will cover some of the latest research and variabilities surrounding the topic ad what you can do to yield the greatest return for your clients.

770: Community Relations and External Marketing Initiatives for Training Directors and Entrepreneurs
Lecture presented by: Sherri McMillan, MSc
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, BOC 0.00, CHEK 1.50, CI 1.50, IFPA 1.50, ISFTA 1.50, ISSA 1.50, NAFC 0.15, NASM 0.15, NCCPT 0.15, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.15, NETA 1.50, NFPT 0.25, NPI 1.50, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 1.50, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Saturday, 4:05-5:35pm
If you're not actively creating community relations and external marketing initiatives, you're missing out on maximizing exposure for your personal training department or business. This session will teach you real-life examples of programs that have worked to generate referrals, enhance retention, and increase overall revenues. This session is recommended for fitness directors, training department managers and business owners.

Sunday

813: Saving Your Knees in a Quad-Dominant World
Workshop presented by: Brian Richey
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
Patello-femoral syndrome, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and meniscus injuries are becoming too prevalent. Too many people are quad dominant and that could be leading to serious knee injuries. In this session, we will examine the anatomy and structure of the knee and lower extremity, learn simple assessment techniques to discover if your clients are quad dominant, and learn how to progress clients safely. Take away techniques to rehabilitate and protect the knees while developing increased strength and explosive power.

814: I Q U Do! The Art of Intelligent Coaching
Workshop presented by: Keli Roberts
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
Have you ever recorded yourself training or coaching a client? Were you happy with how you sounded? Do you feel like your cues give you the intended result? If the answer is no, then this workshop is for you! Learn the art of intelligent cuing with simple strategies that will make all the difference with your communication skills. No matter what type of client you train, being an effective coach is an art form!

815: Use Technology to Transform Your Training
Lecture presented by: Patrick Jak
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 0.00, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
Technology is changing how we communicate, do business, entertain and even get fit. Learn about simple tools used to create training plans as well as more sophisticated devices that track movement, biological functions and performance. From apps and social media to heart rate monitors. From GPS tracking to complex software and metabolic testing, technology can create a positive impact on how you interact with your clients. Discover ways to incorporate technology and how to avoid the shortcomings of training in a high-tech world.

816: NASM®: Explore Metabolic Cardiovascular Training
Lecture presented by: Fabio Comana, MA, MS
CECs/CEUs: ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 1.75, AFPA 2.00, BOC 1.75, CHEK 2.00, CI 2.00, IFPA 2.00, ISFTA 2.00, ISSA 2.00, NAFC 0.20, NASM 0.20, NCCPT 0.20, NCSF 1.00, NESTA 0.19, NETA 2.00, NFPT 0.25, NPI 2.00, NSCA 0.20, NSPA 2.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block J - Sunday, 10:05-11:55am
If metabolism is as unique as a fingerprint, then your client's program should be equally unique. Discover the latest metabolic cardiovascular training (MCT) techniques, built around VT1 and VT2 (unique markers of fat and carbohydrate utilization in your body). Learn how to assess, design and deliver unique programs to achieve true results for weight loss and performance. It's time to rethink the way you train, and retrain the way you think about cardio programming.
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