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Experts Available at ACSM Summit; Train Any Client, Anywhere: Rubber Resistance for Sports and Fitness

Released: 31-Mar-2014 11:35 AM EDT
Source Newsroom: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
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Dr. Michael Bracko, FACSM
Presentation: Train Any Client, Anywhere: Rubber Resistance for Sports and Fitness

Do your clients tell you they don’t have time to be in the gym? Meet them where they can meet you! Maximize your personal and small group training by taking rubber resistance training anywhere and provide your clients with intense work-outs in non-conventional locations. Work-out with Dr. Mike and take away the top 30 rubber resistance exercises and progressions for closed kinetic chain movements, single-double arm-leg pushpull
exercises, vertical core, and how to train for strength, power, and endurance. Show your clients that just because you can’t be in the gym it doesn’t mean you can’t get the work-out in!

Dr. Bracko is an exercise physiologist from Calgary. He works in three areas:
1) Health and fitness - as a writer,
presenter, teacher, and media consultant,
2) Sports Physiology - he is the director of
the Institute for Hockey Research where
his research focus is female hockey players.
He also works with male and female hockey players and teams of all ages for on and off-ice performance enhancement; and he is the strength & conditioning coach for the USA Men’s Deaf Olympic hockey team, and 3) Occupational Physiology with a specialization in back injury prevention, pre-work warmup,and ergonomics. Dr. Bracko is an active member with the American College of Sports Medicine serving on the Health
& Fitness Summit Planning Committee.He is an Associate Editor, and regular contributor, for
ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal®.

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