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IDEA® World Convention Sessions Info
420: Magnificent Seven 2016—The Ultimate Circuit Training Workout
Workshop presented by: Rob Glick, Alex Isaly, Skip Jennings, Robert Sherman, Jeremy Shore, Kimberly Spreen, and Sergeant Ken Weichert
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amIn this circuit session, each station will focus on challenging one of the seven bio-motor abilities of athleticism in a fun and functional way. You will experience seven coaches, motivating you to perform at your best with their own unique style in this intense one of a kind experience. You will leave with ideas for more than two complete circuits.
421: Fitness Instructor's Guide to Success (FIGS), by AFAA®
Workshop presented by: Angie Miller, MS
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amHow do you raise the bar in the fitness industry and stand out among a sea of instructors? Building and maintaining your professional image, understanding the key elements behind successful instruction, and creating community are just the highlights of this workshop. You'll learn how to apply the AFAA five questions, the five P's of professionalism, and the 10 commandments for dynamic instructional practices. Whether you're a new or veteran instructor, this session is practical, informative and full of inspiration.
422: Halo®: Foundations to Integrated Body Weight Training
Workshop presented by: MERRITHEW™ Faculty
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amHalo training provides overall body conditioning that incorporates strength and endurance work, flexibility training, interval training and injury prevention. In this hands-on workshop, developed by the MERRITHEW team, instructors are introduced to the essential elements of Halo Training and the Halo Trainer. Because every client has unique demands, learn how to modify exercises for functional strength and stability. Incorporating the basic science of core-integrated body weight training, this multifunctional and three-dimensional system empowers instructors to advance any client.
423: Successful Cuing for the Barre Instructor
Workshop presented by: Nicole De Anda
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amCuing is how we communicate and connect with our students each and every class. In fact, how we cue could make or break their experience. Expand your barre-specific vocabulary and you will immediately up-level your ability to communicate. Both verbal and nonverbal cuing will be addressed to offer comprehensive techniques for successful cuing practices that will ultimately provide your students with a greater understanding of barre-specific form and a deeper connection to the work.
424: Traditionally Speaking: Ashtanga Primary to Intermediate
Workshop presented by: Linda Freeman-Webster
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amModern meets traditional in this ashtanga-based class. Utilize the benefits of ashtanga's primary series, a practice that builds sequentially with flexibility and strength. This workshop will provide participants with the tools to effectively progress their students by breaking each posture down in terms of technique, alignment and anatomy. Gain a better understanding of standing and seated postures in this series to create balanced, solid yoga classes and set the foundation for a successful practice for your students.
425: Heavily Meditated and Highly Motivated—Meditation for the Fitness Mind
Workshop presented by: Petra Kolber
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amThe greatest muscle you will ever train is your mind. Come and learn "gateway" meditations that can be first steps to incorporating meditation into a fitness lifestyle. Learn the latest research that supports the many health and wellness benefits of this practice and discover easy to replicate mini meditations that are grounded in language that is both familiar and nonthreatening. Train a body—change a body. Train a mind—change a life.
426: Schwinn® Cycling: It's All About the BASE
Workshop presented by: Amy Dixon
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amIt's official! The fitness world has crowned HIIT as the only way to get fit and see results. No doubt HIIT delivers, but it should only comprise 20% of overall workout volume per week. So what's a coach to do with the other 80%? The simple answer is endurance-based training. This workshop shines a light on the "anti-HIIT workout" that will have your riders going harder for longer, translating to higher wattage output and bigger calories across the board.
427: Keiser® Cycling: Lights, Camera, Cycle!
Workshop presented by: Buddy Macuha
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amSet your class up for an unforgettable experience that will have the critics cheering and the audience begging for more! Learn how to set up your beginning, deliver an incredible storyline and finish with a dramatic ending. Cycling is all about timing and knowing how to balance out all the elements. When you create a memorable experience, your students will be waiting for the sequel.
428: Indoor Evolution: The Master Class for Serious Instructors, by ICG®
Workshop presented by: Mike Michels
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amLearn how to combine the many outdoor cycling disciplines—mountain, road, urban and time trial—into a single, sizzling cycling session. This unique indoor cycling program will enhance your teaching skills while offering you new ideas to integrate into existing classes or to teach as a whole new concept. Are you ready for the Indoor Evolution?
429: RealRyder® Cycling: 50 Rides That Rock!
Workshop presented by: Adam Reid
Time Block H - Friday, 7:30-9:20amIf you're stuck in a rut when it comes to planning your classes, this is the creative inspiration you need. Re-energize your approach to teaching while reducing your workload for up to a year! You'll get 50 rockin' rides when you attend this session, plus, an easy to use template for developing many more. Learn how to organize, recycle and refresh a library of class profiles, as well as how to access motivating music that will excite and inspire all fitness personalities.
110: EXOS®: Train Like an Athlete-The Coach's Guide to Improved Sports Performance
Workshop presented by: Brent Callaway
Wednesday, 10:00am-5:00pmThe ability to develop, coach and correct movement skills has emerged as an important skill set for those looking to position themselves as sports conditioning coaches or performance specialists. The industry has spoken, and more clients are looking to train "like an athlete" and develop the movement skills needed to stay in top shape. Whether it is helping a client improve his running technique for an upcoming race, or a youth athlete improve her ability to change direction, the ability to effectively coach movement skills is needed. Attend this preconference event and develop the coaching skills needed to identify and articulate the characteristics that represent "effective technique" across specific linear and multidirectional movement skills. We will discuss how to identify and prioritize specific "technical errors" associated with each movement skill, and provide focused cues and drills that will be used to correct the prioritized movement errors. This course will not only provide a blueprint for those seeking to transition into sports performance, it will also provide an evidence-based guide to programming, coaching and correcting a diversity of movement skills. Lunch (1 hour) is on your own. This preconference workshop qualifies for CECs from several certification agencies. Exact CEC hours and approvals are pending. This is not a certification. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
111: Total Barre™ Create Great Choreography to Music
Workshop presented by: MERRITHEW™ Faculty
Wednesday, 1:00-5:00pmThe Total Barre system provides the perfect opportunity to combine music and movement to create more than just a prechoreographed fitness class. In this workshop, created by the MERRITHEW team, learn how every aspect of choreography, from choosing individual pieces to stringing together the perfect movements, will motivate your classes and deliver exceptional results. The Total Barre workout segment platform and movement essences are used as the backdrop in the creation of effective full body classes. Explore every step of the choreographic process, including how to select music, how to hear counts and phrasing, and how to develop a music vocabulary. Next, learn how to match tempo, musical breaks, accents, lyrics and crescendos/diminuendos with physical versions of the same. Finally, discuss how the essence of each segment and movement principles serve as a guide to developing safe and effective choreography, while motivating classes. Learning objectives: 1. Apply the Total Barre foundational principles in the creation of individual exercise segments. 2. Discover how rhythm, pace, counts and phrasing contribute to effective choreography. 3. Learn how music selection and exercise choice can increase energy output and physical benefits. 4. Explore how the 11 segment system helps create dynamic workouts every time. This is not a certification. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
112: Build a Stronger Business and Life in 12 Months-Work Smarter, Not Harder!
Lecture presented by: Trina Gray
Wednesday, 2:00-6:00pmWhat fitness professional doesn't want to build a better business and enjoy life more? Attend this special preconference offering and walk away with valuable tools for creating a smarter work–life balance plan, mastering time management, and organizing your business campaigns. Chock full of solutions, this action-packed seminar, presented by leading entrepreneur Trina Gray, takes you behind the curtains of her multimillion dollar fitness businesses to show you her successful 12 month marketing campaign, including themed boot camps, unique group training programs, client celebrations, nutritional offerings and special events. You'll leave with a blueprint for creating a comprehensive marketing plan with fresh fitness and nutrition offerings. To help you pack your business with loyal clients, Trina will also share tips on promoting your brand, growing programs and adding revenue with smarter social media strategies. Stop throwing programming and business ideas at the wall to see what sticks and relegating marketing to the bottom of your list. Your whole year will change with this one seminar. This preconference workshop qualifies for CECs from several certification agencies. Exact CEC hours and approvals are pending. This is not a certification. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
113: Gray Institute®: Low Back Pain-Assessing and Progressing for Performance
Workshop presented by: Brett Bloom
Wednesday, 2:00-6:00pmLow back pain is frequent and all too common for many of our clients. This is an opportunity, not a problem. Get this“it's not the low back's fault! Assessing the entire body, especially the low back's best friends (subtalar/ankle complex, hip complex and thoracic spine complex), and progressing the entire body (tweaking numerous movement variables) is a must in alleviating low back pain and restoring function for the individual. In this Gray Institute® preconference session, come ready to learn by moving. Learn how“ • To assess the entire body utilizing a succinct and powerful process • To progress the mobility and stability of the body by leveraging movement variables • Applied Functional Science® empowers you, the practitioner, to train/treat low back pain, as well as the rest of the body! This preconference workshop qualifies for CECs from several certification agencies. Exact CEC hours and approvals are pending. This is not a certification. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
150: Santa Monica: Beach and City Walking Tour
Fun presented by: Ken Alan
Wednesday, 3:00-7:30pmEscape from the glitz and glamour of L.A. to the beautiful beachside community of Santa Monica. You’ll see the new post-modern civic center, the bustling 3rd Street Promenade, and Palisades Park, which overlooks Santa Monica Bay from Malibu to Catalina Island. We’ll also visit the world-famous Santa Monica Pier and play on the rings, swings and ropes at the beach before taking the light rail train back to the convention center. Total walk distance: about 3 miles.
331: Pilates: Moving Beyond the Core
Workshop presented by: Benjamin Degenhardt
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmWith body weight exercise and functional movement training on the rise both within the fitness landscape and in the public eye, it is time to reframe our understanding of Pilates mat work. Exploring essential elements of Joe Pilates's original and groundbreaking teachings, this session introduces a "new old" paradigm in movement training that addresses the whole body in a logical, developmental fashion. This is a must attend session for fitness professionals who are looking to build full-bodied simple and effective movement progressions for classes/clients.
332: Balanced Body Barre: Latin Style
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmAdd some sass to your barre classes by incorporating hip and torso moves based in Latin dance styles like salsa, meringue and tango. Choreographic sequences will be taught to introduce your classes to hip and spinal mobility, footwork patterns and new rhythms to get their juices flowing. Latin-inspired music helps set the tone for this fun class.
333: Yoga Rocks Bootcamp (YRB), Powered by Ahnu®
Workshop presented by: Eric Paskel
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmYRB, created by Eric Paskel, is an earth shattering, mind blowing symphony of movement and sound! This program was born from yoga flow, boot camp exercises and functional training. Designed for athletes and workout enthusiasts who want to be challenged on every level, this workout blends cardio, isometric, plyometric, balancing and stretching exercises to create an experience you'll not soon forget. Come experience a yoga class like no other. It's time to rock!
335: Schwinn® Cycling: Dynamic Duos
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmJoin us for a faceoff between our very own dynamic duos. Pairs of powerhouses will have you riding, sweating, laughing and loving in this team teaching inspired all-star ride. Not only will you get to witness some of the best in the business create magic on the bike in tandem, but you'll learn tricks to the team teaching trade. It may not take two to make a thing go right, but it certainly can help double the fun. Come find out how.
336: Keiser® Cycling: Glowstick Cycle Party
Workshop presented by: Buddy Macuha
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmGlow sticks, high energy music and indoor cycling come together for a nonstop party on the bike that will have you sweating, singing and pedaling to the beat of the music! By creating positive experiences for our participants, we make the workout less about exercise and more about having a great time. Bring a dance groove attitude and a towel because you're going to need them! Are you ready for a Glowstick Cycle Party?
337: Stages Cycling: Party With a Purpose!
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmJoin Team Stages for a 60 minute ride that will surely become a part of your regular class rotation. Determine your Power Rx in the first 10 minutes of the class, then ride the rainbow. It's that simple! No need to remember numbers or averages, simply color match for a perfectly personalized, power FILLED par-tay! This best practices group display ride features Stages IQ technology, where getting it done meets keeping it fun!
338: RealRyder® Cycling: 300 in 30-The Ride!
Workshop presented by: Leslee Bender
Time Block G - Thursday, 5:15-6:30pmThree hundred calories in 30 minutes. No retreat. No surrender. Thirty minute express cycling classes are right for the busiest of clients, our aging population and new riders“or anyone who’s averse to full, hour long classes. Accelerate your results using the only indoor bike that burns 20% more calories. Time efficient, fun, focused, tolerable and 100% results oriented. Learn the science that supports less time in the saddle. Get in, get out, get on with your day!
556: Schwinn® Cycling Presents the All-Star MPower™ Super Ride!
Time Block K - Friday, 4:30-5:30pmGrab your spot quick in this indoor cycling celebration taught by our incredible master trainers, and discover the thrill of training with measurement“not only on your bike, but on the big screen with group display technology. You’ll share and compare performance metrics with your fellow riders, and compete in teams, with partners, and even with yourself. Come ride the Schwinn AC Performance PLUS bike with the MPower Echelon2 Console and experience first hand how measurement is motivation!
557: LES MILLS SPRINT®
Time Block K - Friday, 4:30-5:30pmIntroducing LES MILLS SPRINT®, the 30 minute indoor cycling HIIT workout that improves cardiovascular fitness, strength and muscular endurance levels. This program is scientifically designed to maximize heart rate peak and recovery periods through a training philosophy known as cardio peak training. Shatter your fitness plateau one pedal stroke at a time while you move to the latest beats and signature LES MILLS coaching. The best part of the workout is that it will be over before you know it.
558: RealRyder® Cycling: Sweat, Soul and Switchbacks
Workout presented by: Tracy Martins
Time Block K - Friday, 4:30-5:30pmHustle up some muscle and drop to the beat as you lean, steer and trek your way up to the top of the mountain peak! Partnering with your fellow riders and sharing the load, you'll ignite your inner fire and challenge your strength riding to the rhythm of live drums. Leave this session energized and eager to add some creative new cardio games to your next indoor cycling class!
559: Krank Boot Camp
Workshop presented by: Krankcycle® Faculty
Time Block K - Friday, 4:30-5:30pmTake your conventional boot camp training to a whole new level by adding the Johnny G Krankcycle by Matrix into the mix! This rotational format combines body weight exercises that will challenge your balance, strength and flexibility. So get ready to krank up the heat (pun intended) with the Krankcycle, the most sophisticated indoor cycling tool available. This session is sure to deliver a unique and exhilarating workout for all fitness levels.
750: Kamagon® Kore
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)Integrated whole body movement requires effective recruitment of core musculature in order to produce or reduce force, and a perfect balance between core stability and mobility. Using the Kamagon Ball, learn progressive programming to train the core from the ground up with triplanar movement sequences that enhance core function. Experience functional training with an emphasis on Hydro–Inertia®, the dynamic water movement inside the Kamagon Ball, and leave convinced that you'll never need to do another crunch!
751: Tubing Transformation
Workshop presented by: Aileen Sheron
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)This workshop showcases the tremendous versatility of resistance tubing, integrating strength, cardio, balance and flexibility exercises. Combinations will isolate specific muscle groups and combine others, allowing for a limitless variety of both functional and traditional training. Learn how to optimize anchoring, placement and line of pull to provide different approaches to the targeted muscles. Throw in a variety of speeds, rhythms and positions to optimize body work. Then, use the tube to stretch muscles, increase proper joint mobility and improve flexibility.
752: STOTT PILATES®: Intermediate Matwork™
Workshop presented by: MERRITHEW™ Faculty
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)For participants already familiar with basic Matwork exercises, this interactive workshop, developed by the MERRITHEW team, teaches select exercises from the STOTT PILATES Intermediate Matwork repertoire. Review the more complex and coordinated Intermediate–level skills, with emphasis on the goals of the exercises, biomechanics and alignment.
753: Balanced Body®: Ring Around the Body
Workshop presented by: Portia Page
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)Adding the ring or Magic Circle to a Pilates mat workout adds resistance, assistance and fun choreography to your mat classes. The class will be taught in tracks so you can add a piece at a time to your classes or string them together for a fully circular workout!
755: Peak Pilates®: Pump It Up Chair
Workshop presented by: Kathryn Coyle
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)The chair repertoire is daunting and the advance exercises require a mix of strength, stability, flexibility and balance. Learn how to progress your students to the more advanced exercises, one pump at a time with sequences that build skills. Work with intelligence to learn strategies that set students up for success on the chair and keep them safe, inspired and learning.
756: Schwinn® Cycling: The Recovery RX
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)The peaks of training get all the attention. We continue to tweak the 'work" to be more challenging and effective, often overlooking the important part our valleys or recovery play in prescribing programs. Learn how proper fuel, submaximal cardiovascular exercise, and complimentary flexibility and strength programs are directly tied to increasing the overall health and performance of our students. Review the research you need, resources you'll reference and rides you'll relish to give your riders just what the doctor ordered.
757: Keiser® Cycling: The Three Stage Ride
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)Looking for a simple class planning system? Are you tired of coming up with 14 different drills for every cycle class? Stop working harder and start working smarter with the three stage ride plan. Learn how to put together effective, fun cycling classes that are easy to teach and easy to follow as well as fun and challenging for all. Discover how effortless it is to plan the drills, the terrain and the music when you implement the three stage system!
758: Stages™ Cycling: Your Optimal Intervals
Workshop presented by: Lenita Anthony
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)Interval training's value is well known in the fitness world, but on an indoor bike, coaching intervals that assure your participants the most value for their effort is tough to prove. Is there, in fact, a point when attempting just one additional interval repeat is actually detrimental? In this interactive session, we'll look at how the pros do it and how you stack up (gulp!). Get ready for a 45 minute interval–style ride as we put your numbers to the test!
759: RealRyder® Cycling: Take the Training Wheels Off
Workshop presented by: Adam Reid
Time Block O - Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm (Special Time)Experience the joy and functional training benefits of outdoor riding“inside. Access the freedom to turn, lean and balance while reducing joint stress and bringing greater creativity to your cycling classes. Ride the flats, roll through the hills, and climb the steeps because bikes are made to move!
830: Schwinn® Cycling: Unapologetically Authentic
Time Block Q - Sunday, 9:40-11:30amThe indoor cycling category has become crowded with programs ranging from the uber athletic to beyond the bike concepts, making it confusing to know which direction to go for your students. This workshop will teach you how to stay true to the second most popular activity on the planet (outdoor cycling), while providing the excitement of the best group fitness experiences. Walk away with three fully baked, authentic and theme based rides that will impress the masses.
850: Sights and Sounds of L.A. Walking Adventure
Fun presented by: Ken Alan
Sunday, 10:00am-12:30pmL.A. is home to some of the most iconic and fascinating architectural structures. On this walking tour you will see such master pieces as the historic and renovated L.A. Central Library and gardens, the world-renown Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Bunker Hill steps, the new Los Angeles Cathedral and much more. Be sure to bring a camera—you won’t want to miss out on capturing these majestic manmade landmarks. Total walk distance: about 4 miles
900: POP Pilates®: Instructor Training Course
Workshop presented by: Jules Fultz
Sunday, 8:00am-5:00pmPOP Pilates is an incredible fusion of ab-chiseling and total body defining moves choreographed to your favorite Top 40 hits. This intense, mat-based workout challenges students to rhythmically flow from one exercise to the next, developing a rock solid core while leaving no muscle untouched. While POP Pilates moves all originate from classical Pilates, the class design, relationship with music, sequencing and reps, differ from reformer classes and traditional mat classes. The fundamentals of breathing, core engagement and powerhouse-based movements are shared. However, the emphasis on moving to the beat of pop music is what makes POP Pilates so unique. The POP Pilates Instructor Training Course will offer you the practical application skills and foundation from which to offer safe, smart, effective, engaging and fun class experiences to groups of all levels. Upon completion of this course, each participant will: • Have the opportunity to become an Official POP Pilates Instructor • Receive an instructor manual • Gain access to the online POP Pilates Instructor in Training Portal, which provides specific choreography videos, 1:1 technique and form breakdown, complete choreography notes and so much more • Receive the official music playlist from Spotify • Have access to the Instructor Forums Lunch (1 hour) is on your own. This postconference workshop has been approved for 7.25 AFAA CECs. CECs from other agencies are pending. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
901: Jillian Michaels BODYSHRED™: Instructor Certification
Workshop presented by: Kendell Hogan
Sunday, 8:00am-5:00pmThis 8 hour course is designed to systematically prepare you to teach and coach a high intensity, metabolic-driven Jillian Michaels BODYSHRED class within a group exercise setting. You will be introduced to new concepts, teaching tools and a motivating delivery style that will change the way you view teaching fitness, while expanding your own professional growth. This training course includes the science that informs BODYSHRED along with interactive, practical application of the methodology and a creative experience of the moves and programming. Participants will be required to pass a practical exam at the end of the training and a written exam within 2 weeks after the workshop to become a fully certified BODYSHRED instructor. Requirements: 1. Instructors must be at least 18 years old. 2. Instructors must hold certification as a trainer from a recognized national fitness association, such as NETA, YMCA Foundations of Group Exercise, WITS, NFPT, NESTA, AFAA, ACE, ACSM, ISSA, NCSF, NCCPT, NASM, or AAAI/ISMA. 3. Instructors must attend the 1 day, in-person BODYSHRED Instructor Certification workshop, pass the practical examination administered at the end of the workshop, and pass the Web-based at-home written exam with a score of 80% or better. 4. Prior to teaching BODYSHRED, instructors must be affiliated with a BODYSHRED-approved gym. Lunch (1 hour) is on your own. This postconference workshop has been approved for 0.8 ACE, 7.5 AFAA, 0.8 NASM and 0.5 NESTA CECs. CECs from other agencies are pending. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
902: BOSU®: Beyond Balance-Keys to Anti-Aging
Sunday, 8:30am-3:30pmDon't miss this 6 hour certification course that will give you the tools to train your clients in the critical elements associated with anti-aging! Functional strength and balance training are key components to improved performance and successful activities of daily life at any age. This course will explore how the BOSU Balance Trainer can enhance total body fitness and balance with games and sequences that build strength, challenge proprioception, and ultimately promote efficient movement through the entire kinetic chain. Receive research-based ideas to learn why certain movement patterns are important for the active aging population, and how to implement these cutting edge movement skills and training techniques into group workouts and personal training sessions. Get new ideas for active aging workouts that make functional strength and balance training empowering and fun! Participants will receive the BOSU Active Aging - Training Manual, the BOSU Mobility and Stability for Active Aging DVD, a comprehensive list of practical take-aways from cutting edge, peer reviewed research on active aging, and hands-on practical experience. Lunch (1 hour) is on your own. This postconference workshop qualifies for CECs from several certification agencies. Exact CEC hours and approvals are pending. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
903: CIZE® LIVE: Instructor Training Workshop
Workshop presented by: Joie Walsh
Sunday, 9:00am-5:30pmMake your best move, become a CIZE LIVE Instructor! CIZE LIVE was created by Shaun T, who has an extensive dance and fitness background along with a track record of delivering incredible results. This highly sought after program is backed by extensive nationwide Beachbody® advertising, to make it the class everyone wants to take! Become a CIZE LIVE instructor in just one day. You'll learn how to properly do the moves, cue to the beat of the music, and break into a serious sweat without getting bored! The professionally choreographed routines are broken down so they're super simple to learn“and teach! You'll be able to get ANYONE to dance. Get the latest dance workout routines with fresh music from Shaun T's favorite playlists, and marketing tools to keep your CIZE LIVE classes packed and your dance crew coming back for more! Participants will receive access to the CIZE LIVE Instructor Manual and Workshop Outline, digital access to the current CIZE LIVE Round (choreography, corresponding music and choreography notes) and hands-on practical experience from our master trainers. Lunch (45 minutes) is on your own. This postconference workshop has been approved for 0.7 ACE CECs, 7 AFAA CECs, 4 canfitpro CECs. CECs from other agencies are pending. This is not a certification. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
904: Metabolic Conditioning: Myths, Mysteries and Monster Workouts
Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pmJoin Len for a comprehensive review of the metabolic and physiological processes that drive physical exercise and athletic performance. Scientific studies will be presented showing how the body adapts to cardiovascular and anaerobic training. Several myths and misconceptions about fat burning, muscle acidosis, metabolic stress, extreme conditioning and substrate utilization will also be presented. Every exercise professional will leave with nine cutting edge, research-based cardiovascular workouts and seven evidence-based anaerobic training programs (each program includes five to six exercises). This postconference workshop qualifies for CECs from several certification agencies. Exact CEC hours and approvals are pending. This is not a certification. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.