Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop: Boston

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I’m excited to announce the Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop is finally coming to Boston.

 

My wife, Dr. Lisa Lewis, and I have had the honor of presenting this workshop in both Austin, TX and London, UK last year (and will also be heading to Toronto, ON next week), so it only made sense we’d eventually try to host it in our backyard.

The idea is simple: there’s a corner in the industry that’s underserved….mental skills.

There are a lot of people out there who write about “mindset” and describe themselves as mindset coaches (whatever the heck that means) who, by and large, have zero academic background in that department.

I can appreciate that many have their hearts in the right place, have helped plenty of people, and likely have read many books on the topic.1

With regards to mindset and mental skills, however, Lisa went to school for this shit.

She can speak to building competency and discussing how to best develop the skills to breed rapport with clients. I can speak to getting people bigger, stronger, faster, and increasing their general levels of badassery.

So, come make a weekend of it. Boston is a beautiful city. You can hang out with Lisa and I on Saturday (admittedly I’m biased, but we’re totally cool) and then explore the city on Sunday: take a Duck Tour, hit up Fenway (RedSox are home that weekend), visit Quincy Market, hang out with Tom Brady, whatever your heart desires.

All the pertinent details are in the graphic above.2

Also, spots are limited to 26 people. Like, for real, 26 people. I’m not just saying that to build a false sense of urgency.3

You can purchase HERE.

Hope to see you there!

Itinerary

I’ve had a few people reach out asking what topics will be covered during the workshop. Below is a loose itinerary which should give you an idea:

8:30am:  Registration & Coffee

9:00am: Lisa & Tony Welcome and Review of the Day

9:20am: Lisa – Motivation, Coach and Client Characteristics

10:00am: Mid-Morning Break (may or may not include an interpretive dance)

10:15am: Lisa – Psych Skills for Trainers and Coaches, Transtheoretical Model of Change, Motivational Interviewing, Client-Centered Coaching

12:30pm: Lunch

1:30pm: Tony – Hands-on & Lecture Upper Extremity Assessment, Correctives, Shoulder Friendly Strength Training

3:00pm: Lower Extremity Assessment, Correctives, Hip Hinge, Squat, Program Design

5:00pm: Questions, Wrap-Up, CEUs, 90s Hip-Hop Rap Battle, Let’s Go Eat!

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Plus, get a copy of Tony’s Pick Things Up, a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift-related. See his butt? Yeah. It’s good. You should probably listen to him if you have any hope of getting a butt that good.

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  1. That’s a weak case. I mean, I’ve read all the Jason Bourne books and don’t consider myself an expert in busting up people’s faces.

  2. Freakin thing took me over at hour to make.

  3. Although if you happen to be Matt Damon I’ll make an exception.