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CPTN Conference 2011 Session Schedule

Thursday, June 2, 2011 Preconference Sessions
Time A B C D E F G
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

PC1A

Crash Course in Learning the Power Clean

WS

Trevor Cottrell

           
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM  

PC1B

CPTN Yoga Level 3: Yoga for Athletes and Personal Trainers

WS

Caron Shepley

         
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM  

 

PC1C

Introductory Kettlebell Training for General Fitness

WS

Ken Whetham

       
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM      

PC1D

Fitness Kickboxing Level 1 Instructor Course

WS

Ross O’Donnell

 

 

 
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM            

PC1G

SpiderTech Performance: Optimizing Movement with Effective Taping

WS

Kevin Jardine

1:30 PM to 5:30 PM        

PC1E

Introduction to Battling Ropes Training

WS

John Brookfield

PC1F

The Home Support Exercise Program (HSEP) for Older Adults

WS

Jeff Boris

 

Legend: WS – workshop

Friday, June 3, 2011 Sessions
Time A B C D
8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

FR1A

MMA Cardio Caveman

WS

Ross O’Donnell

FR1B

Exercise Ball Boot Camp

WS

Kevin Duguay

FR1C

Intro to Chain Reaction

WS

John Brookfield

FR1D

Power Up Your Professional Presence

L

Susan Lee

9:45 AM to 11:00 AM

FR2A

MMA Combat Drills and Skills

WS

Ross O’Donnell

FR2B

Olympic Lifting for Everyone

WS

Ingrid Marcum

FR2C

Extreme Agility Training

WS

Suzi Horton

FR2D

Running Form – Field, Track and Road

L

Sheldon Persad

11:15 AM to 12:30 PM

FR3A

Fighting-Fit Boot Camp Circuit

WS

Joanne O’Donnell

FR3B

Intro to Seniors Fitness

WS

Susan Yurincich

FR3C

Combining Battling Ropes with Bodyweight Training

WS

John Brookfield

FR3D

Marketing 101

L

Chris Russo

12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

Lunch Break (lunch not provided, please bring lunch)

1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

FR4A

Medicine Ball MMA Style

WS

Staci Bland

FR4B

Joint Mobility Training

WS

Ken Whetham

FR4C

Practical Applications of Battling Ropes

WS

Ingrid Marcum

FR4D

Functional Training of the Rotator Cuff with the “Shoulder-ciser”

L

Kevin Duguay

2:45 PM to 4:00 PM

FR5A

Ultimate Strength & Conditioning

WS

Ross O’Donnell

FR5B

Strongman Training for Athletic Performance and Physical Fitness

WS

Jordan Foley

FR5C

Hockey Skating Mechanics: The Link from the Ice to the Gym

L

Warren Haesler

FR5D

Technique and Training Linear Speed

WS

Victor Phyllis

4:15 PM to 5:30 PM

FR6A

Yoga-MMA Fusion

WS

Barb Ferguson

FR6B

Group Conditioning with Athletes from a Wide Variety of Sports

WS

Rodney Wilson

FR6C

Show Me the Money – Getting Your Business Launched!

L

Andre Leitert

 

Legend: WS – workshop, L – Lecture

Saturday, June 4, 2011 Sessions
Time A B C D
8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

SA1A

Double Effectiveness of Bodyweight Training

WS

Karsten Jensen

SA1B

Sales for the Trainer Who Likes Helping People but Dislikes Selling

L

Jeff boris

SA1C

A Critical Analysis into the Use and Effectiveness of Nitric Oxide and Related “Hybrid” Supplements

WO

Trevor Cottrell

SA1D

The Complex Role of the University Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Canadian Universities

WO

Adam Douglas, Steve Lidstone, Rodney Wilson

9:45 AM to 11:00 AM

SA2A

Split Style Snatches and Cleans: Their Value and Methods of Performance

WS

Larry Shepard

SA2B

Post-Activations Potentiation and Complex Training

L

Trevor Cottrell

SA2C

Extreme Agility Training

L

Suzi Horton

SA2D

How to Breathe for Improved Health, Muscle Mass, Strength or Endurance

WS

Karsten Jensen

11:15 PM to 12:30 PM

SA3A

Enhancing Movement from the Centre to the Levers

WS

Steve Lidstone

SA3B

Performance Stability

L

John Gray

SA3C

Unique Communication Skills for a Successful Chair Exercise Program

L

Judy Chu

SA3D

Energy Skills

L

Adele Derkowski

12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

Lunch and Keynote Address

Trainers and Professional Responsibility

Susan Lee

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

SA4A

Medicine Ball Training for Power, Endurance, Agility and Injury Prevention

WS

Rodney Wilson

SA4B

Undereating and the Active Female: Recognizing, Understanding, and Managing the Female Athlete Triad

L

Jennifer Sygo

SA4C

The Business of Personal Training – Client Retention

L

Sheldon Persad

SA4D

The Competitive Edge – Strength and Conditioning Camps Based On the LTAD Model

L

Steve Lidstone

3:15 PM to 4:30 PM

SA5A

Training for Speed, Agility and Quickness in Small Spaces

WS

Adam Douglas

SA5B

The Return of Myths and Misconceptions of Fitness

L

Trevor Cottrell

SA5C

Development of a Training Plan for the High School Level Athlete

L

Marcello Campanaro

SA5D

Meridian Stretches

WS

Adele Derkowski

Legend: WO – Workout, WS – workshop, L – Lecture

Note: CPTN reserves the right to cancel or change speakers due to unforeseen circumstances.