BODY BURNOUT with Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS, CSCS

Presented by Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS, CSCS
Training for an event or trying to reach new goals often includes a rise in intensity, volume, and seriousness. Learn signs of overtraining syndrome including OTS, FOR, and NFOR. Understand available strategies for how and when to implement techniques to get the most out of performance. Learn to use foam rollers for both meditation and relaxation.

BUTT BLASTER & MORE with Jeff Howard

Presented by Jeff Howard
The most common exercises for the butt, hips and thighs are the big three — squats, lunges, and deadlifts. But there are tons more! Join Jeff to discover how to take traditional lower body exercises and change them using the basic principles of stability and mobility. Adding on linearly sequencing to take your clients to the next level.

THE KINETIC CORE with Keli Roberts

Presented by Keli Roberts
From the ground up, the kinetic chain is linked through the core: A missing component for many. Form follows function: if you train to enhance function, you’ll not only look better but also improve posture and alignment. Learn multi-level strategies from the ground up and an integrative approach to core training.


Presented by Helen Vanderburg
Bring fascial line science to practical experience in this full-body mobility session. Take yourself through static, active, and dynamic mobility sequences targeting the fascial lines of the body. Gain understanding and practice fascial line movement patterns to enhance performance, decrease tension, and increase flexibility.

LET’S GET UNCONVENTIONAL with Giovanni Roselli

Presented by Giovanni Roselli
With so many different pieces of equipment and many claiming functional superiority, it becomes challenging to select the best direction for our clients. In this session, Giovanni looks past traditional equipment to make sense out of popular unconventional training tools, providing indications, contraindications, and programming recommendations to be applied to your current clients, immediately!


Presented by Melissa Layne, MEd
As we age, the core, proprioception, and balance become more important to prevent falls, maintain proper gait and keep us active. With core work, often comes floor work which can be uncomfortable for the aging population. This session is jam-packed with muscular core facts, activity ideas, and core exercises off the floor!

CORE LOVE with Abbie Appel

Presented by Abbie Appel
Everyone loves Core Training! Blend traditional training and mind/body principles to sneak core training into any workout. Tune-up your teaching techniques and alter intensity variables to add innovation to standard exercises and make them feel like “new”. Discover how mixing slow, controlled movements with speed and tempo changes heightened body awareness, build core strength and spinal stabilization and add intensity that challenges your most demanding class participants.

FUNCTIONAL PILATES with Helen Vanderburg

Presented by Helen Vanderburg
Functional Training continues to be a top trend. Discover how Pilates techniques enhance functional training methods. Built on a foundation of science and movement mechanics, acquire strategies and techniques to develop functional movement programs and explore the principles in order to access movements that create conscious habits for effective results.


Presented by Keli Roberts
Comprehensively examine stability/mobility relationships of the aging body to provide a foundation that enhances and respects this precise equilibrium. Learn effective methods to increase core stability while developing mobility in key areas to improve gait efficiency. Apply strategies for fall prevention through effectively training key areas for body balance.


Presented by Giovanni Roselli
The shoulder is one of the most complex and most injured joint systems in the body. In this live session, dive into the function of the shoulder, common mistakes when training it, and best practices to maintain optimal shoulder function and health.