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April 2014
At a Glance: Brand New April Content
http://www.ptonthenet.com/articles/Anatomy-of-an-Injury-Piriformis-Syndrome-3862
Anatomy of an Injury:
Piriformis Syndrome
By: Stephanie Marango
http://www.ptonthenet.com/articles/Addressing-the-Basics-of-Client-Assessment-Part-2-3864
Addressing the Basics of Client Assessment: Tracking Body Composition
By: Mike D’Angelo
http://www.ptonthenet.com/articles/Plant-based-for-a-Better-Planet-3863
Plant-Based for a Better Planet
By: Jenn Randazzo
http://www.ptonthenet.com/blog/the-inner-unit/Instagram-to-Boost-Your-Business-711
Instagram To Boost Your Business
By: Camilla Aryton

Discover Loaded Movement Training
with ViPR Group Fitness

Train the way we were built to move using the intense and challenging new programs ViPR 3D and ViPR Athletic.
This dynamic, two-day workshop will equip you with the tools and knowledge to teach ViPR Group Fitness classes in both ViPR 3D and ViPR Athletic programs.
Learn the science behind ViPR, including the benefits of whole body integration the concept of Loaded Movement Training while developing and enhancing your group teaching skills!
Here are the details:

CECs:
AFAA: 1.4
NASM: 1.4

WHERE:
Pinecrest Fitness, 9549 South Dixie Hwy, Pinecrest, FL 33156

WHEN:
May 3-4, 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
ViPR Group Fitness
Save 20% On These Online CEC Exams

Improving Foot and Gait Mechanics

Written By:
Gray Cook
Bryan Crandall
Evan Osar
Justin Price
Joel Raether
Upon completion of this exam, you will know how to identify the various segments of the gait cycle as well as discover the roles of foot, breathing and core stabilization.

Nutrition and Metabolic Syndrome/Insulin Resistance and Inflammation

Written By:
Justin Smith
Bob Seebohar
William Sukala
Marek Doyle
Peter Swaile
Tony Lycholat
Isabel De Los Rios
Questions on this exam will cover content related to diabetes, insulin resistance, and inflammation in general as well as risk factors, nutrients, recommendations, food choices, and the glycemic index.

Principles of Movement-Based Training

Written By:
Chuck Wolf
Michael Boyle
Michol Dalcourt
Lenny Parracino
This course addresses why it is important to train movements and not muscles. You will take a deeper look as to what is happening on the joint level during integrated movement training as well as explore the importance of abdominal training.
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