Two Upcoming Speaking Engagements

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Wanted to update everyone one two speaking engagements I have coming up. If either of the two happen to be in your neck of the woods, you should totally come. I’m cool.


1. Advanced Performance Coaching Seminar – Palmer, MA

Date: Saturday, May 13th, 2017

Where: AP Academy, Palmer, MA


Pamela Proulx (Baystate Rehabilitation) – Dynamic Stretching

Austin Wasserman (AB Athletic Development) – The Negative Step in Sports

Nick Esposito (AB Athletic Development) – Training Today’s Youth Athlete

Tony Gentilcore (CORE) – Why It’s Still a Travesty Shakespeare in Love Won Best Picture Over Saving Private at the 1998 Academy Awards The Deadlift

Scott Leech (Merrimack College) – Programming Around Culture in Collegiate Athletics

Michelle Boland (Northeastern University) – Stress & Adaptation – The Central Role of the Brain

NOTE: I’m slated to speak right after lunch (you know, when pretty much everyone is in a state of insulin coma and has about ten minutes before they fall asleep) so the Vegas has the over/under of 11 f-bombs within the first 15 minutes of my talk.

2) Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop – Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Lisa and I had the pleasure to presenting this workshop twice last year in both Austin, TX and London. We’re excited to be coming to Toronto, which, coincidentally, will be Julian’s first plane ride.

It’s a quickie, only 75 or so minutes, so it shouldn’t be too bad. I hope.

In short I’ll take part of the day and speak to things like program design, assessment, and how you can pwn anyone who makes the argument that deadlifts will destroy everyone’s backs/spines.

Lisa, to her credit, offers the more unique aspect of the workshop and something I feel is an underserved topic in our industry: how to help foster mindset strategies with your clients and build more competency and autonomy.

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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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