Posted June 28, 2019

Stuff to Check Out: Canada Day Edition

Long weekends should be every weekend. Am I right??

 

Workshops

Even More Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint –

Sydney Australia July 13-14

Melbourne Australia July 20-21

 

Tony Gentilcore and I bring our workshop series Down Under for a pair of events. We’ll dig into shoulder and hip assessment, corrective options, coaching considerations, and programming like gangstas (well, not actually, but hopefully make you look cool in front of your clients).

Click HERE for more info and to register

 

Evolve Canadian Strength Symposium – Edmonton AB, September 14-15 at University of Alberta

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Join us with Dean Somerset at our Canadian Strength Symposium! Dean, specializes in exercise rehabilitation, and will be teaching how proper mobility training improves performance. You will also learn join structure differences with varying age populations and in addition, how to best apply this knowledge and best serve a wide range of clients. Click the link in our bio to register today! Sign up now and receive our EARLY BIRD pricing! ⠀ ⠀ #edmonton #yyc #yeggers #exploreedmonton #madeinyeg #yeglocal #yegbusiness #yegevents #canada #calgary #alberta #yeg #yegfit #yegfitness #yycfit #yycfitness #personaltrainer #yvr #trainer #sympoisum #evolve #evolvestrength #yyc #yegtrainer #yegphysio #nait #naitpft #uofa⠀

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Featuring Bryan Krahn, Greg Nuckols, Lee Boyce, Leigh Peele, Marc Morris, Meghan Callaway, Hannah Gray, EJ Parris, Carolyn MacDonald and yours truly, this will become one of the premier fitness conferences in Canada, and you’ll want to be there for the first ever one here in Edmonton.

 

Click HERE for more info and to register

 

Scientific Applications of Mobility Training – Vienna Austria, October 19

Ever wanted to know to get the most scientifically-backed results for improving mobility? How do different mobility tools affect structural physiology to allow a new range of motion, and how can you assess and design a highly specific training program for your clients to improve their range of motion as much as possible? I dig deep into the research and bring out this gem of a workshop in beautiful Vienna, Austria. Space is very limited and filling up quick, so join me post-Oktoberfest for some learning.

Click HERE for more info and to register

 

Other Stuff

 

The Ultimate Landmine Program – Meghan Callaway

Meghan’s excellent resource is on sale until Sunday evening, plus if you want to pick up the combo pack of the Landmine Program AAAAAAAAAND her Ultimate Pullup Program, you can save on both at once. The sale ends Sunday at midnight, so pick up a copy now and save $30.

Click HERE for more info 

Stretching Doesn’t Work – T-Nation.com

This was a throwback article I wrote a few years ago and got bumped recently. Maybe I should write a follow-up to it?

The Two Most Common Misconceptions of the FMS – Travis Pollen

The FMS is a standard assessment process a lot of trainers have involved in their education over the past 20 years. Travis asks some hard questions and points to the limitations of the current research to answer those questions in this article. Well done, dude.

 

Social Media Hijinx

Enjoy the deck life this weekend!!