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309: Step Party!
Workshop presented by: Rob Glick
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 0.00, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 0.00

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
This step class is designed with fun in mind. Whether you teach step and want new ideas, or you’re an avid step lover and just want to have an enjoyable great workout“this session is for you!

310: HIIT the Floor (Full)
Workshop presented by: Eve Fleck, MS
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
See how much sweat you can drop in this high-intensity interval class. There’s no equipment in sight! It’s just you and the floor. Eve will introduce modifications so you can accommodate all fitness levels in your classes at home.

311: Flirty Girl Fitness: The Teaser
Workshop presented by: Mindy Mylrea, and Jennifer Hall
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
You watch MTV and VH1. You’ll love the moves, the music and the magic of this dance style. This fun dance program is everything you want and more. Our popular, easy-to-learn dance moves provide the perfect combination of cardio and strength training. You’ll feel like you’re part of a music video rather than in a cardio-crazy, core-chiseling, booty-toning, arm-sculpting workout class.

312: C.H.E.K. Institute®: To Work Out or Not to Work Out—That Is the Question!
Lecture presented by: Dan Hellman, MPT
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.15, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
When your client arrives for a session already exhausted from the day, should you be working him out or giving him a day off? Learn why it is critical to evaluate your client’s readiness for exercise. We’ll explore the effects of stress and exercise on the autonomic nervous system (ANS) and how stress affects people differently. You’ll learn how to select exercise methods that will balance the ANS and help your clients get the most out of their time spent exercising.

313: Healthy Aging Survival Kit
Lecture presented by: Terry Eckmann, PhD
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.15, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
Embrace the many demands of a fitness professional with a perspective that can enhance your professional and personal life! Survive ups and downs with tools and strategies that can help make a positive difference in your life’s journey. This is a humorous and thoughtful presentation based on good health and happiness research.

314: Food as Fuel!
Lecture presented by: Sarah Mirkin
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.15, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
As a personal trainer it is likely you lead a very active life. To keep your energy at its peak you need to fuel your body properly. In this session, we’ll discuss how to fuel your body so that your energy is even and consistent throughout the day, as well as practical tips for when you are on the go. We will also talk about eating to maximize your workouts, timing of meals and snacks, and what and when to eat after a workout so you feel and look your best.

316: STOTT PILATES®: Athletic Conditioning 3 on the Reformer® (Full)
Workshop presented by: John Garey, MS
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
This high-level workshop, developed by the Merrithew Health & Fitness team, is an intense athletic-based program. Discover how the reformer can function like a traditional fitness tool as opposed to strictly facilitating Pilates moves. The reformer box is featured to assist exercises that reflect sport-specific drills from football, track, swimming, gymnastics, rowing, etc. This programming is perfect for very fit and accomplished sports enthusiasts.

317: Pilates PNF Fusion
Workshop presented by: Yoav Avidar
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
During this session, we’ll merge PNF stretching exercises into the Pilates mat repertoire. This body and mind journey will go through strength, mobility, core control, rhythm and more. Come experience one of the most effective stretching techniques coupled with one of today’s most popular training program, Pilates mat work.

318: Pilates Mini Ball for Core Stability and Flexibility
Workshop presented by: Christine Romani-Ruby, MPT, ATC
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
This workshop provides an endless list of exercises and ideas to add core training and flexibility exercises to your Pilates mat class or personal training session. This small inexpensive tool can provide a useful prop that your clients can even pack on vacation. Add interest, challenge and excitement with these new moves!

319: Yoga Sculpt (Full)
Workshop presented by: Kathryn Coyle, and Zoey Trap, MSc
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
Strength is empowering. Sculpt your practice, not just your body, as you deconstruct and reconstruct the ins and outs of a vinyasa practice. Activate new awareness of alignment while building muscular strength and endurance. Experience a different take on a mind-body classic that fuses yoga asanas, fitness and function with yoga philosophy. Help your students take flight and grow in mind, body and spirit.

Wednesday

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111: ACE®: Metabolic Training Workshop
Workshop presented by: Mark Kelly, PhD
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.90, ACE 0.80, ACSM 0.80, AFAA 0.00, CI 8.00, IFPA 8.00, NASM 0.80, NCEP 8.00, NCSF 4.00, NESTA 0.80, NETA 0.80, NPI 8.00, NSCA 0.80, NSPA 8.00, PTAG 8.00

Wednesday, 10:00am-7:00pm
Metabolic training is one of the hottest workout styles today. With the success of popular HIIT programs, it’s no secret that high-intensity drills and movements can help clients shed pounds. And while many trainers know what exercises to do, they may not fully understand the physiological principles that support these training philosophies. Learn strategies to help clients overcome plateaus and achieve weight-loss goals with high-intensity metabolic conditioning.

112: Tabata Bootcamp™
Lecture / Workshop presented by: Mindy Mylrea
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.00, ACE 0.80, ACSM 0.80, AFAA 8.00, CI 8.00, IFPA 8.00, NASM 0.80, NCEP 8.00, NCSF 4.00, NESTA 0.80, NETA 0.80, NPI 8.00, NSCA 0.80, NSPA 8.00, PTAG 8.00

Wednesday, 10:00am-7:00pm
Tabata Bootcamp™ is a revolution in small-group training designed to generate revenues for you and your facility. Based on cutting edge HIIT exercise, sound nutrition and latest behavioral science, you'll learn how to run 8 week bootcamps that will transform your clients' bodies and their lives. This turnkey program provides you with all the tools you need to be successful.

113: Reinventing Worksite Wellness—The Forefront of Prevention in Unfit America
Lecture presented by: Julian Varela, MS, MA
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.00, ACE 0.40, ACSM 4.00, AFAA 0.00, CI 4.00, IFPA 4.00, NASM 0.40, NCEP 4.00, NCSF 2.00, NESTA 0.40, NETA 0.40, NPI 4.00, NSCA 0.40, NSPA 4.00, PTAG 0.00

Wednesday, 12:00-4:00pm
The evidence is clear! A large segment of our population does not utilize the services of fitness centers and professional trainers. Unfortunately, these individuals are precisely the ones who are driving healthcare costs through the roof! As fitness professionals, how do we incentivize these individuals to start leading a life of health? This preconference session addresses the challenge of how to best engage the unfit. Corporate worksite wellness programs are the perfect platform to inspire people who are on the fitness fence. This enlightening course will:

114: Total Barre™: Endurance With Music™, Level 1
Workshop presented by: CC Martin
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.00, ACE 0.40, ACSM 0.40, AFAA 0.00, CI 4.00, IFPA 4.00, NASM 0.40, NCEP 4.00, NCSF 2.00, NESTA 0.40, NETA 0.40, NPI 4.00, NSCA 0.00, NSPA 4.00, PTAG 4.00

Wednesday, 2:00-6:00pm
Bring music-inspired movement to your clients! Following the Total Barre template, discover unique choreography to create a biomechanically well-balanced and fun program. Learn how to incorporate small props such as the Flex-Band®, Mini Stability Ball™ and Toning Balls™ with the barre to give you more flexibility for an hour long endurance-focused class. A recommended play list of music will be provided as well as suggested beats per minute for each segment, so you can create additional fun, invigorating theme based classes.
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Thursday

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313: Healthy Aging Survival Kit
Lecture presented by: Terry Eckmann, PhD
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.15, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
Embrace the many demands of a fitness professional with a perspective that can enhance your professional and personal life! Survive ups and downs with tools and strategies that can help make a positive difference in your life’s journey. This is a humorous and thoughtful presentation based on good health and happiness research.

314: Food as Fuel!
Lecture presented by: Sarah Mirkin
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 1.50, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.15, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
As a personal trainer it is likely you lead a very active life. To keep your energy at its peak you need to fuel your body properly. In this session, we’ll discuss how to fuel your body so that your energy is even and consistent throughout the day, as well as practical tips for when you are on the go. We will also talk about eating to maximize your workouts, timing of meals and snacks, and what and when to eat after a workout so you feel and look your best.

316: STOTT PILATES®: Athletic Conditioning 3 on the Reformer® (Full)
Workshop presented by: John Garey, MS
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
This high-level workshop, developed by the Merrithew Health & Fitness team, is an intense athletic-based program. Discover how the reformer can function like a traditional fitness tool as opposed to strictly facilitating Pilates moves. The reformer box is featured to assist exercises that reflect sport-specific drills from football, track, swimming, gymnastics, rowing, etc. This programming is perfect for very fit and accomplished sports enthusiasts.

317: Pilates PNF Fusion
Workshop presented by: Yoav Avidar
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
During this session, we’ll merge PNF stretching exercises into the Pilates mat repertoire. This body and mind journey will go through strength, mobility, core control, rhythm and more. Come experience one of the most effective stretching techniques coupled with one of today’s most popular training program, Pilates mat work.

318: Pilates Mini Ball for Core Stability and Flexibility
Workshop presented by: Christine Romani-Ruby, MPT, ATC
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
This workshop provides an endless list of exercises and ideas to add core training and flexibility exercises to your Pilates mat class or personal training session. This small inexpensive tool can provide a useful prop that your clients can even pack on vacation. Add interest, challenge and excitement with these new moves!

319: Yoga Sculpt (Full)
Workshop presented by: Kathryn Coyle, and Zoey Trap, MSc
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
Strength is empowering. Sculpt your practice, not just your body, as you deconstruct and reconstruct the ins and outs of a vinyasa practice. Activate new awareness of alignment while building muscular strength and endurance. Experience a different take on a mind-body classic that fuses yoga asanas, fitness and function with yoga philosophy. Help your students take flight and grow in mind, body and spirit.

320: ICG®: World Cycling Tour Challenge/Expedition
Workshop presented by: Doyle Armstrong
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
Cycle around the world in one session with Team ICG using our World Tour Challenge and Expedition videos. These uncut videos showcase the countless ways that forward-motion video can impact your class and your students’ experience. Follow just one road, or ride the best roads from beautiful world destinations with Myride®+. New technology creates a ride you’ll never forget. You’ve never experienced indoor cycling like this. It’s total immersion at its best! Repeated as session #624.

321: Schwinn® Cycling: The X Factor
Workshop presented by: Jay Blahnik
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
Everyone knows a great cycling instructor should be well trained, motivating, inspiring and a dynamic coach. What are those characteristics that are harder to define that set the exceptional instructors apart from all the rest? Come learn what some of the important eXtras are that can take your coaching to the next level, and how to perfect these skills in your own classes. Be inspired and amplify the X Factor in your teaching and your classes!

322: Keiser® M3: Lights, Camera, Cycle!
Workshop presented by: Buddy Macuha
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block H - Thursday, 4:40-6:10pm
See your indoor cycling class like an action-packed movie! You’ll learn new ways to say your “lines,” improve your timing, find your motivation and see your audience better. Move beyond seated and standing drills by adding color, excitement and stage presence to your classes! You’ll leave your audiences wanting more and the critics begging for a sequel!

Friday

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531: YogaFit® for Seniors
Workshop presented by: Beth Shaw
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:10-4:00pm
It is difficult for seniors to find yoga classes that are designed for their specific needs and fitness levels. Many traditional classes fail to create a structure and flow that is beneficial to seniors. This program incorporates all the advantages of challenge and self-pacing for all segments of the older-adult population. The poses and methods taught will allow your seniors to increase muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, stamina, lung capacity and overall wellness.

532: Redefining "The Change" With Mind-Body Fitness
Workshop presented by: Maureen Hagan, PT
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:10-4:00pm
Today a woman who is healthy at menopause can expect to live another 40 to 50 years. In this interactive session, award-winning program director and fitness instructor Maureen explains the hormonal changes, signs and issues that affect mind and body health during this time of life. Discover fitness perspectives and programming ideas that provide a meno-positive mind and body fitness plan.

533: RealRyder® Indoor Cycling: Integrated Core Training and Injury Prevention for Cyclists
Workshop presented by: Leslee Bender
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:10-4:00pm
Indoor and outdoor cyclists frequently suffer from chronic injuries that are caused by poor posture, lack of flexibility and “bad” biomechanics throughout the day or while riding. Learn injury prevention strategies geared specifically for cyclists, on and off the bike, that activate the core and increase mobility.

534: ICG®: Mountain Rider
Workshop presented by: Jim Karanas, MS
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:10-4:00pm
Repeated as session #292. See page 30 for full description.

535: Schwinn® Cycling: Staying Power
Workshop presented by: Gregg Cook
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block M - Friday, 2:10-4:00pm
Inspired by master trainer Gregg Cook’s success teaching 20 sold-out classes per week throughout New York City, this workshop shows you how to build and deliver ONE great ride with staying power, and how to teach it multiple times while avoiding coaching burn out. Gregg covers class planning, music use and selection, and shares tips for reading your riders’ energy and anticipating the group’s needs so you’ll coach each class to its full potenti

540: TRX®: Group Rip Performance
Workshop presented by: Pete Holman, PT
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block N - Friday, 5:00-6:30pm
This high-intensity, time-based workout brings group training to an entirely new level. A challenging progression of movements takes any level of user from preseason training to the championship game in a single training session. Be prepared for a workout unlike anything you’ve ever experienced in this fun, athletic class. Just remember to bring some tape... you’re gonna get ripped!

541: Group Rx: BOOT™
Workshop presented by: Wendy Dale, MS, and Anja Garcia
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block N - Friday, 5:00-6:30pm
BOOT is a pre-choreographed fusion of cardio, strength, balance and flexibility designed to shock the body and increase strength and heart/lung function while improving posture and flexibility. This format encourages self-regulation by demonstrating varying intensities and speeds for each exercise. Learn how to customize BOOT for your class demographic and vary the experience by using partner drills and circuit training, and incorporating an almost endless combination of exercise options!

542: NASM®: Dysfunctional Functional Training: Are “Fun” New Trends Leading to More Injuries? (Full)
Workshop presented by: Fabio Comana, MA, MS
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.15, PTAG 1.50

Time Block N - Friday, 5:00-6:30pm
Variety and progression are critical to any fitness or performance enhancement program. The popularity of nontraditional exercise modalities and philosophies has given rise to a new wave of programming options along with a rise in over-training and repetitive strain injuries. Come learn how to safely integrate new tools, techniques and toys into a fun, safe, effective and progressive integrated training program.

543: Club Spotlight: Equinox Presents Animal Flow X
Workshop presented by: Lisa Wheeler, Mike Fitch, and Lashaun Dale1
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block N - Friday, 5:00-6:30pm
Cross-training goes primal. Blend dynamic body weight movement with modern athletic training. This nontraditional approach integrates strength, endurance, flexibility, mobility and power for total-body mastery and the ultimate fit physique. Animal Flow X fuses dynamic movements crossed with body weight squats, lunges, hinges and plyometrics, thus challenging balance and coordination for superhuman strength.

544: Games Trainers Play—Fun With Team Training
Workshop presented by: Kenneth Baldwin
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.15, ACSM 1.50, AFAA 0.75, AFPA 1.50, NASM 0.10, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 1.50

Time Block N - Friday, 5:00-6:30pm
Are your clients getting bored with their training? Put the elements of competition and fun back into their sessions by giving them simple modifications of games that they used to play when they were children. This format is ideal for groups of any ability, from children through to your corporate clients. Using very little equipment and just open space, watch how much fun your teams have by using this simple session format!

Saturday

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728: Schwinn® Cycling: All–Star MPower™ Workout!
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Time Block R - Saturday, 4:20-6:10pm
Schwinn keeps upping the game in indoor cycling with new innovations and education! Come experience our latest breakthrough, the Schwinn AC Performance PLUS bike with the third generation MPower Console, in a ride taught by our most popular master trainers. Learn how measuring wattage, speed, distance, heart rate and calories will motivate your classes and revolutionize your workout.

729: Keiser® M3: The Cyclist’s Toolbox (Full)
Workshop presented by: Krista Popowych
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block R - Saturday, 4:20-6:10pm
Put away the bike pump, but get out your instructing toolbox! After you experience an advanced bike setup, learn how the effective use of cycling technique, form and muscle activation can ensure your participants take full advantage of their endurance, power and efficiency. Evaluate positioning to maximize results, learn how to use all the cool features of the onboard computer, and experience practical drills that teach your participants to ride with muscles that power the pedal stroke and techniques to optimize their ride!

750: L.A. Adventures: City Tour By Night (Full)
Workout presented by: Starline Tours
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Saturday, 6:30-10:00pm
Board a luxury coach and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience in an evening of sightseeing. You will tour the Music Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and see the city from the heights of locations such as Mulholland Drive. Then you’re on your way to the City Walk, the home of Universal Studios for a leisurely walk, fine dining, shopping and entertainment. Next, you are off to Rodeo Drive where the stars shop at boutiques like Chanel, Gucci and Bijan.

Sunday

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828: Yoga in the Round
Workshop presented by: Denise Druce
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block U - Sunday, 9:40-11:30am
Take a different look at the setup of your yoga class. Teaching in-the-round not only changes the feel of your class, it changes the whole experience for you and your students. In this session, we’ll discuss the benefits of this more intimate approach and how this affects student comfort and flow of energy in the room. In addition, we will look at the considerations of teaching in a circle, including class sequencing and teacher placement.

829: STOTT PILATES®: Matwork Strength and Mobility
Workshop presented by: Heather Lawson
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block U - Sunday, 9:40-11:30am
Comprising a series of simple movements that challenge overall strength and mobility with stability, this workshop, developed by the Merrithew Health & Fitness team, uses only the body’s own resistance. Fundamental Pilates principles are added to less traditional moves to focus on mobilization while balancing the musculature around the joints. Particular attention is paid to balancing mobility and muscular balance in the lower kinetic chain.

830: Schwinn® Cycling: Skip Jennings’ RIDE RIGHT™ 2–for–1
Workshop presented by: Skip Jennings
CECs/CEUs: AASFP 0.20, ACE 0.20, ACSM 2.00, AFAA 0.90, AFPA 2.00, NASM 0.20, NSCA 0.00, PTAG 2.00

Time Block U - Sunday, 9:40-11:30am
Every master trainer brings something unique to the bike and the mic. This workshop shines the spotlight on Skip Jennings’s own personal style. Expect a workout filled with world-class coaching, motivation and incredible energy. Then Skip will walk you through two comprehensive handouts: one from the ride you just experienced, and a second, complete class broken down with music, cues, and imagery. It’s the ultimate cycling 2-for-1.