Just Announced: Strategic Strength Workshop: Philadelphia, PA

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Strategic Strength Workshop Is Coming to Philadelphia

It’s been over 18 months since I’ve announced any IN-PERSON workshops. I’m elated to announce that I am coming to Philadelphia to put on my 1-day Strategic Strength Workshop

*Cue the trumpets*

👉  Shut Up and Take My $$ Tony – Register HERE  👈

My Strategic Strength Workshop is an opportunity for fitness professionals (or those who just like to lift heavy things) to gain better understanding and insight into how I structure assessments and subsequent training programs to help people get stronger, move better, and, I don’t know, arm wrestle a lumberjack (and win!)

Topics Covered Include:

1) Upper & Lower Extremity Assessment – A Deep Dive

2) De-constructing common strength exercises (deadlift, squat, bench press, pull-ups, etc). Namely, why it’s crucial to find the VARIATION that best fits your clients’ goals, injury history, ability level, and anatomy.

3) Finding the Trainable Menu for your clients/athletes. Highlighting what they CAN do, rather than what they cannot.

4) A teeny-tiny dabble into psych skills for fitness professionals that will help improve motivation (and results) with your clients.

5) Top 5 Netflix shows I’ve watched during the pandemic (Lupin = the shit).

Date: Saturday, September 25th, 2021

Time: 11 am – 6 pm

Location: Warhorse Barbell Club, 801 North 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA

Register: You can go HERE to sign-up and take advantage of the Early Bird rate.

  • $249.00 (USD) until 9/1/21
  • $299.00 (USD) thereafter.

* CEUs will be made available via the NSCA.

** Pillow fights optional.

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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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