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260B Attract a Steady Flow of New Clients (Club & Studio Summit)

Running a financially fit business requires a steady flow of new clients in your door. Learn to better define and attract your ideal client. Dive into your messaging on social media, websites and digital campaigns. Effectively cross-promote with similar businesses and incentivize internal referrals. Once you have them in the door, improve your club tours…

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305 Advanced Kettlebell Mastery

If you attended How to Use Kettlebells as a Weapon Against Weakness! (Session #226) or you have experience in swinging the bells, then this session is for you. In this session, we’ll identify the differences in style of advanced kettlebell exercises such as cleans, snatches and Turkish get-ups. We will define each stage of these…

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307 Yoga Body Lab

This mind-body workshop is designed to teach you how to use the body more effectively to enhance your current movement practice, build resilience and aid in injury prevention. Using varied movement disciplines, we will practice and explore different angles, ranges and planes of motions to compare and contrast how well your body is working for…

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308 Functional Training Meets Pilates

Add a ring, rollers, bands and balls to your Pilates mat work and create challenges, modifications, exciting sequences and new experiences for your classes and clients. Using the Balanced Body® Movement Principles and principle-based programming system, you will develop well-balanced classes that take Pilates beyond the mat to address functional exercises, including standing work, upper-body…

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310 Keiser®: Flashback Ride

Whether it is 80s rock or early-90s hip-hop, ride through this workshop on a musical playlist that is sure to evoke a great memory or an incredible night on the dance floor. In this session, learn how to create various themed indoor cycling classes using music as the guide and various drills to add to…

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311 So, You Think You Know Core Strength?

Core strength is so much more than just showing your six-pack abs and doing a bunch of crunches. True core strength involves fascial stretching, muscle activation techniques and reaching those deep anterior tissues. Join us for this interactive session, where you’ll learn about oblique slings and the deep front line, how to truly activate the…

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312 Pride and Discipline—The Legacy of Jack LaLanne

Jack LaLanne is called the “Godfather of Fitness” for good reason, with his world record breaking feats of strength and endurance, including swimming handcuffed from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. Even when coaches and the medical profession believed that weight lifting was counterproductive, Jack persevered and proved them wrong. In this session,…

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313 POP Pilates®

What is POP Pilates? Simply put, it’s a fun and addictive dance on the mat! Come enjoy this fusion of Pilates-inspired exercises with group exercise attitude, while getting fired up to pop music. You’ll leave feeling graceful, sweaty and strong. Bonus: Learn to grow class participation and create meaningful engagement to keep students coming back…

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294 A Common Sense Approach to Correcting Movement

The concept of corrective exercise is not a new one, however, there are new paths to creating positive changes that focus on maintaining functional movement patterns. During this session, Lee will describe how to effectively utilize the developmental sequence—the shared timeline that all humans follow in development—to improve function and movement. He will explore specific…

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295 Lats, Traps and Glutes: Training the Back Line

Most clients obsess over the aesthetic front side of the body, leaving the posterior chain undertrained. The back line is the power behind primal movements and many activities of daily living. In this workshop, you will learn how to activate the back line to promote better posture and better movement quality.

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296 Building Basics: How to Build Essential Movement Skills in Young Kids

Kids need to move! In this interactive, action-packed workshop, discover the fastest way to teach kids how to perform essential athletic movements like squats, push-ups, hip hinges, running mechanics and more. Utilizing the Powerful Play® physical literacy model for young athletes, you’ll learn how to make learning fun and easy for kids ages 5–12. Experience…

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297 The Physiology of Fat Loss: New Exciting Findings

Join Len in one of the most comprehensive lectures ever to explain the detailed physiological and metabolic aspects of fat metabolism, caloric expenditure and fat loss. Participants will learn, from a cellular perspective, the newest research on the hormonal regulation of lipolysis during exercise, the effect of exercise on lipolysis, the effect of exercise on…

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298 Weight Gain During Menopause: Emerging Research

Do you have clients that struggle with changes in their body composition during menopause? This session will help you understand the latest research on the brain and weight gain during menopause. The latest exercise and pharmacological intervention research will also be presented as a way to manage menopausal symptoms.

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299 Anatomy in Three Dimensions™: Fascial Connections in the Core

Use the Anatomy in Three Dimensions system to understand how the fascia structures and organizes the core for functional and dysfunctional movement. In this hands-on workshop, we build the key muscles of the core and use a variety of fascial models to understand the relationship between the fascia and the muscles and how they work…

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300 Shake Up Your Schedule

Are you still locked into updating your schedule changes quarterly or at the start of the month? Times have changed and while significant program launches should be spaced out strategically during the year, updating class times, instructors or formats can be dripped dynamically if you do it right! Having the ability to make schedule changes…

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302 B Strong BFR Training™—A Fitness Game-Changer!

Fitness innovations come and go, but blood flow restriction (BFR) training is a game-changer that is here to stay. With an astounding body of research to support its use, elastic BFR is one of the newest training techniques being used to effectively target the rehabilitation, general fitness and sports performance worlds. In this session, we…

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303 HIIT the Cycle—Solid Work in All Zones

A little bit goes a long way when it comes to true HIIT. It’s the intensity of a workout, not duration that produces results, and not every interval needs to be high intensity for it to be an effective workout. Learn how to play with the intensity zones and cushion the intervals for effective work…

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304 It’s Hard to Resist! Resistance-Band Training

The resistance band is the hidden holy grail of small fitness equipment. It is easy to use, incredibly versatile and unbelievably effective! In this session, you’ll discover a toolbox of exercise ideas for a full-body workout using resistance bands that cover the three components of training: encompassing, efficient and effective. Starting with the correct mechanics…

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