Mark Your Calander: PTDC Hybrid Training Seminar!!
June is looking to be an epic month. For starters, as mentioned a few weeks ago, I’m going to be heading to Edmonton, Canada on the weekend of June 2nd to join the rest of the Muscle Imbalances Revealed – Upper Body crew for the Spinal Health and Core Training Seminar.
We’re looking to keep this to more of an “intimate” setting – I’m bringing the wine and Best of Sade cd – in an effort to give all the attendees first-hand access to all the coaches speaking…so spots are VERY limited. Even still, we’re going to be offering a gulf of information with regards to anything and everything dealing with core training and spinal health: a topic that pretty much appeals to any fitness professional out there.
For more information, click HERE (<— that tickles!). And, just to throw it out there, May 1st is the last deadline to save yourself $100 off the initial registration fee.
Secondly, Prometheus – Ridley Scott’s return to the genre he essentially revolutionized (Alien, Blade Runner, etc) – opens on June 8th.
Seriously, I just peed myself a little bit watching that again.
Finally, and something that only came to fruition within the last few days, I’m proud to announce:
The PTDC Hybrid Training Seminar, June 16-17th!!!
I’ll be making another trip up to Canada, this time to Toronto, to participate in what’s shaping up to be a really cool weekend.
Both Nick Tumminello and I will be hosting a PRE-SEMINAR event on June 16th titled The Ultimate Coressessment.
When Jon Goodman approached us to see if we’d be interested, both Nick and I came to the (no-brainer) conclusion that there are essentially two topics that are like catnip for trainers and coaches: core and assessment.
Hence, this day-long workshop will cover assessment (both upper and lower extremity), as well as many of the core training concepts and exercises we use with our own athletes and clients.
The following day, however, is the main event: The Hybrid Training Seminar.
Featuring FIVE presenters (one-hour talk each, followed by a roundtable discussion): Jon Goodman, Nick Tumminello, Mark Young, Dan Trink, Geoff Girvitz, and some schmuck named Gentilcore.
This should prove to be one of the more anticipated “fitness” events in Canada all year, so don’t miss out.
For more information pertaining to topics and registration costs, go HERE.