Spinal Health & Core Training Seminar
I have some pretty cool news to share today, and I’m not even going to sugar coat it. Instead, I’m just going to cut right to the chase and say it:
I’m going to Canada, baby!!!!!!!
More specifically, I’m heading out to Edmonton to participate in what should be a pretty kick-ass weekend of learning, networking, and immersing myself in Canadian culture. Which is to say, watching hockey and listening to Jagged Little Pill……on repeat. Get it? Canadians love hockey and Alanis Morissette. LOL!!! Okay, I’ll shut up.
In all seriousness I’m heading to Canada to participate in the Spinal Health & Core Training seminar, which is just the abbreviated title. The actual title is a bit too Tolkein’esq to use as the lead for a blog post.
Here it is in all it’s glory:
Spinal Health and Core Training: An Interdisciplinary Approach for Health, Fitness, Rehabilitation, and Performance.
Now THAT’S a title. The only thing that’s missing is a huge neon light and a dancing Ewok (or two).
Much like I was with Muscle Imbalances Revealed – Upper Body, I’m honored to be included in such a cast of other top-notch fitness professionals as Rick Kaselj, Dr. Jeff Cubos, and my brotha from another motha, Dean Somerset.
I like lists, so here’s the general breakdown of pertinent info:
1. As the title suggests, the seminar will cover anything and everything as it relates to spinal health and performance. Furthermore, it will include assessment, programming strategies, exercise technique, and will contain a heavy hands-on emphasis.
2. I really need to update me head shot.
3. The date will be Saturday, June 2nd and Sunday, June 3rd at the World Health Centre Club in Edmonton, AB, Canada.
4. Registration starts TODAY (3/13) and costs $295. We’re limiting this to roughly 30 spots, as we’d really like to make this as intimate (non-creepy) an event as possible.
Everyone who signs up BEFORE Friday (3/16) can save $100 off the regular price by using the coupon code ‘Edmonton.’
All you need to do is go HERE.
Like I said, this should be a really cool event, and a great opportunity for any fitness professional interested in taking their skill set to the next level.