March 12-15, 2020 • Hilton Atlanta • Atlanta, Georgia
American College of Sports Medicine

Preconference Events

All preconferences require separate registration and will be held on Thurs., March 12

Outlines of each preconference will be provided on site to registrants.

Training to the MAX: The Ultimate in Cardio and Resistance Exercise

9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Len Kravitz

Len Kravitz

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Trisha VanDusseldorp

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Tony Nunez

This exciting and pragmatic presentation will bring attendees the best of both worlds of exercise: aerobic and resistance. Highlighting the latest research, the presenters will establish what we know about the exercise benefits for clinical and apparently healthy populations. Furthermore, attendees will leave with 21 NEW and exciting evidence-based exercise programs.

Keiser Indoor Cycling-Foundations

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Popowych-Krista
Krista Popowych

Keiser Foundations is an 8-hour course that applies all the required information needed to instruct group indoor cycling classes. Foundations is ideal for instructors who want to increase their knowledge base and up their skills in class design, training with various metrics such as power and rpm, putting together drills, workout formats, bike fit, riding positions and much more.

RAD Mobility Level 1

12:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Kevin Hendry

Kevin Hendry

Skillfully integrate the latest research on the nervous system, human movement, fascia, and pain neuroscience to create effective program designs and mobility intervention plans for yourself and for your clients/athletes. Develop a mastery of the diverse line of RAD Roller tools and understand when to use each of the 3 RAD Release Techniques. You will learn mobility interventions for the entire body including the cranium, TMJ, neck, shoulders, upper extremities, thorax, low back, pelvis, hips, legs, knees, lower extremities and feet.

FMS Level 1 Certification Course

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Lee Burton

The FMS certification is for professionals who work in the fitness, healthcare and performance industry. In FMS Level 1, focus on movement principles and how they play into the importance of setting a movement baseline with the Functional Movement Screen. Learn with your peers in an interactive setting how administer the screen and use the results as a feedback loop to set your clients, patients and athletes up to meet their goals for movement health and lifelong vitality.

International Association for Worksite Health Promotion: Implementing Innovation

8:00 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Talya Williams

Talya Williams

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Jason Lang

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Joel Spoonheim

This IAWHP Preconference offers an opportunity for health and fitness professionals to grow their knowledge and understanding of the global worksite health promotion field. This unique workshop will connect attendees with worksite health promotion industry leaders for interactive activities on gaining/expanding skill sets to best position themselves in the worksite health promotion marketplace. IAWHP is the first global association dedicated to the advancement of worksite health promotion practitioners. IAWHP offers resources and tools to enhance the understanding of current practices and programming strategies at the worksite.

Student Accelerator

The Student Accelerator will again be offered in 2020! Details will be announced soon!

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2019 CECs

2019 CECs

2019 CECs