Presented by Fabio Comana, MA, MS
The thoracic spine and scapulohumeral region represent most movement in the upper extremity, but they are prone to postural misalignment, and injury. This session discusses kinesiological patterns of these regions to understand functional movement. Identify proper-dysfunctional movements and implement corrective exercise techniques to prevent injury and improve movement efficiency.


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.

Corrective Exercise Roundup: Lower Extremity

Presented by Fabio Comana MA, MS As overuse and dysfunction exercise continue to become more commonplace, corrective exercise is emerging as a key responsibility for fitness professionals. In this session, you will learn the basics of implementing key corrective exercise techniques for lower-cross syndrome and key secrets and sequences for implementing these programs. Time: 81 …

Training Mom

With Elisabeth Parsons
Any woman who has ever delivered a baby is postpartum for the rest of her life. Train mothers in a way that is safe and effective and takes their specific considerations, goals and needs into account. Effectively address posture, alignment and even how to approach a diastasis recti using creative and usable techniques.

Female Training Model

With Elisabeth Parsons
Women are a unique population too often trained using programs designed for and by men. The successful personal trainer designs an individualized experience for their female clients. Learn special considerations and assessment tools along with how to target this specific audience depending on age and stage.

Group Exercise or Group Injury?

With Kim Garcia
Musculoskeletal injuries have accounted for 57 million + healthcare visits. As group fitness programs and high-intensity exercise routines grow, it’s critical to learn how to offer clients a little of what they want and a lot of what they need. Learn how to design programs that deliver results without injury.

Balance Strategies for Older Adults

With Dr. Evan Osar
Every day in the U.S., 10,000 individuals turn 65, and 1/3 over the age of 65 will fall costing the health care system nearly $80 billion every year. During this workshop, you will discover why your clients are falling and strategies that you can implement to have an immediate effect on your client’s balance. You will discover safe progressions to improve your client’s balance as well as what exercises you should avoid in their training.

Functional Fixes for Dysfunctional Feet

With Dr. Evan Osar
The feet are your client’s foundation and connection to the ground. They are often neglected and a common contributor to balance and gait issues. Discover how the foot functions, what commonly goes wrong and how to incorporate easy-to-implement foot corrections to create powerful and immediate changes in your clients with dysfunctional feet.

Corrective Exercise: Female Core

With Dr. Evan Osar
More than 25 million individuals experience incontinence and 75-80% are females and more than one million women have abdominal and/or pelvic surgeries each year. Traditional core training approaches for these women rarely work and can frequently exacerbate their issues. Discover why many female clients struggle with abdominal and pelvic floor issues.

Training Older Clients with Osteoarthritis

With Dr. Evan Osar
If you work with baby boomers or seniors, then you likely work with individuals who have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease (DJD). DJD is one of the most common orthopedic issues keeping individuals from effectively walking, biking, exercising and/or performing daily activities. During this session, you will learn exactly why your clients develop joint issues and discover a corrective exercise strategy to safely and effectively improve your clients’ stabilization and movement patterns.