April 1-4, 2014
Hilton Atlanta
Atlanta, GA

ADVANCE PROGRAM

16.5 CECS

3 TAKEAWAYS
FROM EACH SESSION

11 LECTURE
TRACKS
On behalf of the Summit planning
committee I’d like to invite you to the
2014 ACSM Health and Fitness Summit
in Atlanta, G...
What’s New at the 2014 Summit?

Track Color Key:

Our goal is to enhance the Summit every year, while still keeping the
co...
Keynoters
Opening Keynote Lecture: Tuesday, April 1, 5:45 p.m.

Keynote Lecture: Wednesday, April 2, 8:15 a.m.

Fired Up: ...
Preconferences
All preconferences require a separate registration fee

Nutrition and Exercise Needs
During Cancer Treatmen...
Post-Rehab: New Opportunities
in Fitness Training
Phil Page, Alanna Williams, Andre Labbe
As declining reimbursements and ...
Workout Descriptions
Body Leverage Training – Partner
Drills for Fun  Fitness

Total Body Trampoline Circuit

Mike Bracko
...
BOSU®

Kamagon Kamp

BOSU® Amped

Keli Roberts

Shannon Fable

Better than Boot Camp! The Kamagon Ball brings boot
camp to...
Stay Connected at
the Summit With Your
Personal Mobile Devices
Mobile App
The mobile app for the Summit will function on t...
Program Schedule
Tuesday, April 1
7:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m.
PRECON: Schwinn® Cycling Instructor Certification......................
Wednesday, April 2 (continued)
9:30-10:30 a.m.
n  he Art of Program Development..............................................
Wednesday, April 2 (continued)
3:00-4:30 p.m.
n  xercise is Medicine®: Linking Clinic to Community...........................
Thursday, April 3 (continued)
10:45-11:45 a.m.
n  he Physiology of TABATA - Is 4-Minutes Enough? (repeat)....................
Thursday, April 3 (continued)
3:30-5:00 p.m.
n  hat is The Future For the Degreed Exercise Professional? (repeat)............
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  1. 1. April 1-4, 2014 Hilton Atlanta Atlanta, GA ADVANCE PROGRAM 16.5 CECS 3 TAKEAWAYS FROM EACH SESSION 11 LECTURE TRACKS
  2. 2. On behalf of the Summit planning committee I’d like to invite you to the 2014 ACSM Health and Fitness Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, April 1-4, 2014. We understand you will make an important investment to attend the 2014 Summit, so we have made every attempt to make your experience exceptional. We ensure that our speakers are inspirational so you leave motivated and take that energy back to your clients so we can spread the enthusiasm about exercise, fitness, improved health, and the fact that exercise IS medicine. We plan the Summit so that you can take information with you to use on the gym floor the day after the meeting. Objectives: As health and fitness professionals, we each make a difference in the lives of others in our own unique way. These contributions include personal goals that continue to grow along your path through education, networking and inspiration. The Summit program committee has designed this meeting to bring you lectures, workouts and workshops that come from cutting edge speakers in 11 tracks. Bridging the gap between science and practice is what separates our meeting from our competitors! You will walk away with essential strategies you can use to promote well-being to your consumers, clients and patients. Audience: The ACSM Summit has a commitment of “Bridging the gap between science and practical application” and we pride ourselves on offering the highest quality information in all 11 lecture tracks. The Summit has it all: start your day with a sizzling workout, attend lectures, participate in a workshop, and finish your day with a relaxing walk. We hope to see you in Atlanta, April 1-4, 2014. At the Health and Fitness Summit we will do our best to ensure you have the best fitness meeting experience ever. And don’t forget you receive 16.5 CECs for the entire conference! Mike Bracko Health and Fitness Summit Program Chair Who attends? Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialists Clinicians, Physical Therapists Club Owners/Managers Educators Fitness/Wellness Program Directors Health/fitness instructors Personal Trainers Students 52% 2 19% 17% 12% Health/Fitness Instructor/ Personal Trainer/ Student Club Owner/ Manager, Cardiac Rehab Specialist and other health care professionals Fitness/Wellness Program Director Educator American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  3. 3. What’s New at the 2014 Summit? Track Color Key: Our goal is to enhance the Summit every year, while still keeping the core of the meeting and our mission in tact. Below we have highlighted some of the ideas from the program committee. We hope you like the additions, and are looking forward to seeing and hearing your reactions: n Exercise Programming n Fitness Management and Communication n Healthy Behavioral Change and Motivation n Interactive Workshop n Nutrition n Personal Training n Positive Health and Wellness n Select Populations n Social Media & Technology n Sports Medicine n Workout n Worksite Health Promotion Instant Recess® To quote the late Toni Yancey, innovator and creator of Instant Recess®, “Instant Recess® can work equally well in the corporate boardroom, school classroom or for fans at a sporting event.” So, we thought: why not build this into our programming at the Summit? We are “walking the talk” by providing brief stretching and movement breaks during sessions. We know everyone is eager to learn all the great details through lectures — we just want to shake it up a bit and get your blood moving. Then after April, take these ideas home from the meeting and make them a part of YOUR life. ‘GO’-Global Opinions! These new mini sessions will include inspirations, thought provoking feedback, and new visions from fitness enthusiasts around the world. Learn different viewpoints, hear short interviews, and voice your opinion about everything from fitness to nutrition to the world’s health at large. These daily sessions are sure to spark conversation and buzz, so don’t miss out. Check the onsite schedule for times. Expand Your Mind. GO. 16.5 ACSM CECs for Summit (in its entirety) Attendee and Session Information No Photography or Videotaping During Sessions Fitness Challenge, Olympic-Style Join fellow attendees in Olympic park for the first ever competition of the fittest. You can sign up on site to be on a team. Summit faculty will serve as team captains, who will motivate and champion you to victory. Come and get to know your fellow summit attendees! Minute to Win It As an added attraction to the Exhibit Hall, participating exhibitors challenge attendees to perform a range of different exercises. For one minute, attendees will do a drill. Practice your jumping jacks and push ups! Attendees can sign up at the participating booths to learn the exercise du jour and the date/time of the challenges. Prizes will be awarded to the winners! Social Media & Technology — New Track for 2014! Facebook, Twitter, Instagram… the list goes on. Presenters will share tools that are trending in the technology and social media arenas to help you stay current in the field. Integrating new tools into your current repertoire can: improve client relationships, build worldwide networks and bring communication to a whole new level. Capturing photos, video-taping, or recording video or audio on your phone or other devices during educational sessions at the Summit is strictly prohibited. First-Time Attendee Session Tuesday, April 1 (prior to opening keynote) Students and newcomers alike will learn from ACSM leaders and program committee members how to navigate the Summit. Name Badges Wear your ACSM Summit conference name badge at all times (including workouts, lectures, and for access into exhibit hall). Since access to the exhibit hall is monitored by security personnel, your entrance will be denied without your official ACSM Summit name badge. If for some reason you lose yours, first check in with the ACSM registration desk. If it hasn’t been turned in to lost and found, you can purchase a replacement for $5.00. American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 3
  4. 4. Keynoters Opening Keynote Lecture: Tuesday, April 1, 5:45 p.m. Keynote Lecture: Wednesday, April 2, 8:15 a.m. Fired Up: Sled Dog Wisdom on Motivating a Laughable Range of Personalities It’s Always too Soon to Stop Chris Heeter, Founder of the Wild Institute How do you motivate different people, especially to exercise? Join leadership speaker and wilderness guide Chris Heeter for a breath of fresh air and hilarious stories and techniques for motivating people… or dogs. Rich with metaphors and life lessons in communication, working together, and the enormous value of staying positive, dog sledding offers memorable tools for inspiring a wide variety of personalities, whether they have four legs or two! Walter Bortz, M.D., ACSM Member Emeritus Fitness for the young is an option. Fitness for the old is an imperative. As we age, (we all do), frailty looms. “Survival of the fittest” is not an archival whimsy, it is an every day reality. Aging is plastic. Stay whole. Keynote Lecture: Thursday, April 3, 8:15 a.m. Estimating Fitness and Monitoring Daily Activity — Making it Meaningful Barbara Ainsworth, Ph.D., M.P.H., FACSM Barb will focus on the compendium of fitness for health and fitness practitioners. Her work focuses on the assessment of physical activity, physical activity and public health, and physical activity in women at Arizona State University. Hot Topics With the ever-expanding world of research, we want to keep you up to speed with what is happening in the health and fitness industry. The program committee has expanded our typical lecture opportunities by offering these interactive sessions lead by industry leaders. You will get the latest and greatest input in these lectures. Questions will be welcome to enhance attendee interaction! Can Broccoli Make You Beautiful? Leslie Bonci Our skin is as important an organ as the rest of the body. Daily care through food choices as well as eliminating skin stressors may help us to age better outside as well as inside. Antioxidants, essential fatty acids, adequate hydration, and phytonutrients should be part of your daily eating regime to nourish your skin from within. Too Much Sitting: How Does It Affect Appetite and Weight? Barry Braun The purpose of this talk is to help participants better understand the relationships between energy intake and expenditure, and to clarify the role for hunger and satiety hormones in regulating appetite and energy intake. Barry will 4 present the state of research on short- and long-term effects of changing physical activity with particular emphasis on how too much sedentary behavior (sitting) impacts regulation of appetite and weight management. Obesity is a Disease: Panel Discussion Michele Olson, Mike Bracko, Kara Mohr, Greg Heath, Mike Spezzano, Walter Bortz The American Medical Association sparked headlines in 2013 when it voted to officially classify obesity as a disease. Since diet, activity, and health are at the forefront of our daily lives, this is the perfect time to get all of the attendees involved in putting minds together to discuss this issue. Please join us for a truly hot topic panel discussion and come prepared with your questions, concerns, and breakthroughs to share with your fellow colleagues. American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  5. 5. Preconferences All preconferences require a separate registration fee Nutrition and Exercise Needs During Cancer Treatment and for Optimizing Health PostTreatment Worksite Health Promotion 2014: U.S. and Multinational Next Practices for Program Success! Connie Jo Rogers, Julie Schwartz, Katie Schmitz, Colleen Doyle There is widespread agreement that the Affordable Care Act will incent employers to pursue a comprehensive worksite health promotion strategy driving high levels of engagement and demonstrated health outcomes. The U.S. Health and Human Services has defined a comprehensive worksite health promotion program as having five components: (1) health education; (2) supportive social and physical environment; (3) integration; (4) linkage to related programs; and (5) worksite screening. Robert Karch, Charles B. Estey, Jason Lang Preconference Workshop Goals: 1. o highlight the nutrition and exercise needs of T individuals going through cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy 2. o understand how appetite, weight, and motivation to T exercise may change during treatment and post treatment 3. o focus on the scientific evidence of exercise and T nutrition for optimal cancer prevention and recovery 10,000 Workouts in 10 Minutes: Movement-Based Programming This preconference presented by the International Association for Worksite Health Promotion (IAWHP) will provide insights, tools, and resources to help new and seasoned professionals design and implement WHP programs in a diverse and/or global worksite. IAWHP is an affiliate society of ACSM with the mission to advance the global community of worksite health promotion practitioners. Dixie Stanforth, Matt King Session Objectives: The world of function and fascia emphasizes training movement, not muscles. Many fitness professionals understand “why” purposeful, multiplanar movement matters — they just don’t “how” to set it up, and default to traditional workouts. If you’re ready to move beyond bi’s and tri’s or upper/lower body splits, this precon will give you the tools to develop functional workouts for both general and select populations. You will learn how to take your available training modalities and plug into a simple template that will make playing with movement-based programming one of your most powerful training tools. Whether you are just starting your career or wanting to discover how to create programs that endlessly evolve into new functional variations, this precon is for you. • utline the rational and documented program impact for O worksite health promotion • o provide an overview of the Worksite Health Promotion T Program “next practices” for program start-up and mature programs — driving program impact and outcomes • o share tools and resources from the IAWHP to enable T attendees a post-conference support system • o outline and discuss strategies for working with a diverse/ T global worksite • o explore T 6.25 ACSM CECS $100 Professional $50 Student 4.5 ACSM CECS $100 Professional $50 Student 4 ACSM CECS $100 Professional $50 Student See start/stop times on page 10 Your resource for Continuing Education Credits (CECs). Covering a wide variety of health fitness topics including self tests from ACSM’s Health Fitness Journal ® and ACSM’s Certified News. Check it out! www.onlinelearning-acsm.org American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 5
  6. 6. Post-Rehab: New Opportunities in Fitness Training Phil Page, Alanna Williams, Andre Labbe As declining reimbursements and changing healthcare are leading to early discharge of patients from therapy, fitness and wellness professionals will be encountering clients that may be discharged from therapy before they are completely healed. In addition, personal trainers will be faced with more clients with co-morbidities such as diabetes and arthritis as the population ages. It’s important that fitness professionals and therapists understand the important role they play in the postrehabilitation environment. By establishing a framework, the post-rehabilitation “team” can provide the best management of the patient/client through good communication. Postrehabilitation clients including post-operative orthopedic patients, athletes returning to sport, and those with chronic diseases have specific precautions and needs unique to their condition. Proper assessment, exercise prescription and progression, and communication are key. Personal trainers need to understand the common problems and limitations with post-rehabilitation clients to ensure safety and maximize outcomes. BOSU® Complete Workout System – Specialty Certification Helen Vanderburg The BOSU® Complete Workout System will provide you with the formula to make the BOSU® Balance Trainer more effective in your club, your classes, and with your clients. This specialty certification will take you through the BOSU® system, step by step, and provide you with five full workouts that you can start using right away. You will leave this certification with knowledge of the science behind functional balance training, teaching skills to accommodate all levels of fitness, and new tools and ideas for designing endless BOSU® workouts that are effective and fun! Registration includes the BOSU® Complete Kit ($99 value) with 190 page Instructor Manual, 5 DVDs, and 9 laminated workout charts. 8 ACSM CECS $100 Professional $50 Student 6 ACSM CECS $100 Professional $50 Student Schwinn® Shannon Fable, Jeffrey Scott Get certified to teach indoor cycling through the industry’s finest and most comprehensive one-day training program taught by Schwinn’s top trainer and the Schwinn Cycling program creator. You’ll learn to teach knockout classes on any bike and experience the future of indoor cycling with Schwinn’s MPower Console with measures wattage, mph, heart rate, calories and more! Register for this preconference through www.schwinneducation.com (separate registration required for this preconference) 8 ACSM CECS $199 Professional $169 Student 6 American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  7. 7. Workout Descriptions Body Leverage Training – Partner Drills for Fun Fitness Total Body Trampoline Circuit Mike Bracko Experience a cutting-edge circuit program that trains the whole body, is versatile, challenging, and fun. Learn new ways to create circuit workouts and walk away with a renewed appreciation of how beneficial trampoline training can be. Utilize a variety of equipment including the JumpSport Fitness Trampoline for cardio training, Plyofit Adapter for acceleration and deceleration training, and rubber resistance and bodyweight to enhance muscular strength and endurance. Effective for all demographics, come find out why circuit training continues to be essential for Group EX programming. Awaken a new dimension of training and fun as you explore the athletic movements of body leverage training partner drills. Body leverage training is as a popular work-out, and when done with a partner it adds high energy and fun to any class. You will walk away with the latest partner exercises for the upper body, core, and legs. Then practice periodization for body leverage training for enhanced strength, power, and endurance. Experience each exercise and feel the effect of perfect form and function. Your clients will love this workout using only body weight and their favorite partner. Equipment-LESS Boot Camp Abbie Appel This one of a kind, high-intensity workshop was designed to help you train your clients and classes ANYWHERE. By utilizing their own bodyweight they will learn to control their own bodies, develop speed, endurance, strength, coordination, and power while getting them into the best shape of their life. With blocks of timed strength moves and cardio drills you’ll discover new inexpensive ideas to challenge your participants while using no equipment. Metabolic Training-The Ultimate Cardio+Resistance Training Fusion! Abbie Appel willPower grace® barefoot cardio Stacey Lei Krauss Barefoot Cardio is gaining traction — do you know why? It’s smart, safe, and interesting! willPower grace®; is an easyto-follow, high-energy cardiovascular workout that stimulates your body (literally) from head to toe. This intense, sweaty workout builds body awareness and muscular endurance for an efficient calorie burn. Experience a fusion of full-body functional training and sports psychology; the workout appeals to morning moms; and sports athletes alike, because it tones all the right places. A willPower session will leave you feeling inspired, physically complete, and confident; from the ground up! Michele Olson ZENERGY Metabolic Conditioning is a workout format that combines multi-joint resistance training with brief bouts of cardio in a continuous manner. The non-stop action elevates heart rate and yields a high calorie burn. The use of weight training movements, often kettlebell-inspired, provides muscular fitness as well. This workout session will pump up your heart and muscles in a short order and provide you with an arsenal you can readily put into use requiring little equipment and loads of sweat! Melissa Layne Power Walking Self myofascial release (SMR) using the Trigger Point™ Foam Roller can boost recovery time and athletic performance. By using the roller to release and strengthen, the body can experience the health benefits of massage and the advantages of rolling. This session will teach proper execution of movements and effective coaching and cueing techniques. Michele Stanten, Lee Scott This session will turn an everyday activity into a fun, heartpumping, body-toning workout that’s joint-friendly and can be offered to all levels simultaneously. Using a 2:1 interval ratio, Melissa will include mindful yoga and Pilates movements teamed with explosive kickboxing movements. It will be a fitness experience for all fitness levels and will be extremely replicable for fitness professionals. Relax Restore Foam Rolling Irene Lewis-McCormick American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 7
  8. 8. BOSU® Kamagon Kamp BOSU® Amped Keli Roberts Shannon Fable Better than Boot Camp! The Kamagon Ball brings boot camp to a whole new level using Hydro-inertia with traditional KettleBell style training. The instability of the water moving inside the ball creates unique stability challenges and recruits the core musculature like never before. Fun, user-friendly and high intensity, come learn why water is the new steel! BOSU® Training just got caffeinated!  Come experience brand-new exercises, sequences, and drills designed to amplify the energy and the results! Full of hard-core training, and hard-core fun, this will leave you with solo, partner, and team exercises that can be done with just one BOSU® Balance Trainer per person. You will even learn some new and easy ways to incorporate the BOSU® Ballast Ball (or a stability ball) into your BOSU® workouts. Simple, unique, and full of creativity, this workout will WORK YOU OUT! SCHWINN® BOSU® Double Up Double Down Workshop: Schwinn® Cycling: Leave ’em Breathless Keli Roberts Jeffrey Scott Are you ready to double the intensity, double the interaction, double the results, and double the FUN? This workout is designed to teach you dozens of brand new drills, skills, and sequences using two BOSU® Balance Trainers, not just one! Learn how to exponentially expand the utility of BOSU simply by doubling down, and walk away with exciting ideas for solo drills, partner drills, and team drills that can be used in group fitness, personal training, boot camp, kid’s programs, circuit training, and sport conditioning. Guaranteed to inspire you to BOSU like never before! Pair High Intensity Interval Training with high impact rider interaction and leave your classes breathless and begging for more! This workshop couples the latest research in exercise physiology with proven athletic training psychology to create solo, partner, and tribe-based drills to spark off-the-charts energy in any class you teach. Experience six sets you can easily re-create at home and learn the methodology behind them so you can continue to “leave ’em breathless” with your new skills and drills. BOSU® HIIT Challenge Workshop: Schwinn® Cycling: All the Right Cues Keli Roberts Shannon Fable Get maximum benefits in record time while increasing cardio capacity, and improving muscular strength and endurance! Interval training is one of the best ways to increase fitness, and this workout is guaranteed to raise your heart rate, challenge your muscles, and push the limits on FUN! Learn how to use high octane cardio/strength pyramids to push your fitness to new levels! Great indoor cycling instructors have a stash of dead-on cues that engage, incite, and even surprise their classes. And these instructors know what to say and how to say it in ways that push riders to places they didn’t know they could go! Come learn how to create impactful cues for every situation and then experience their effects first-hand in a live workout. You’ll go home with the skills you need to deliver memorable class moments, some of Schwinn Master Trainers’ most powerful one-liners, and an audio CD with seven podcasts of Schwinn’s top trainers cueing through their favorite rides to keep you inspired. Schwinn® Cycling Workouts Shannon Fable, Keli Roberts, Jeffrey Scott, and Helen Vanderburg Lecture Information Access www.acsmsummit.org to learn about all of the lectures, descriptions, and bios of each educational session. 8 American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  9. 9. Stay Connected at the Summit With Your Personal Mobile Devices Mobile App The mobile app for the Summit will function on the following devices: iPhone, Android, Blackberry, tablet, PCs. Registrants will be sent the link approximately two weeks prior to the onsite event. http://acsm.resultsathand.com. The mobile app will go offline and access will be terminated by May 5, 2014. Features include: • ession schedule and lecture outlines from speakers S • pdates or changes to rooms or schedule U • aily news releases D • valuation tools in real-time E • xhibitor list/floor plan E Gatorade 5K Run and Walk Returning by popular demand will be the Gatorade 5K Run and Walk.  The event is free to all attendees, and Gatorade will be provided to participants. Registration will be onsite during the conference. PDFs of lecture outlines Speaker lecture outlines can be reviewed, printed and/or saved in advance of the meeting using your device or personal computer. Access the link below approximately two weeks prior to the event at forms.acsm.org/Summit2014. This link will only be available through May 15, 2014, so be sure you download any of the information you wish to keep. Join the conversation This application uses the InstagramTM API and is not endorsed or certified by Instagram, Inc. All InstagramTM logos and trademarks on this application are property of Instagram, Inc. Students: What’s in it for you? 1. Discounted registration in every category. If you want the deepest discount, be an ‘early bird’ and register by January 8, 2014! Even better, bring a group of friends from your college and take advantage of our group rates. Contact dhamilton@acsm.org with registration questions. 2. Networking with some of the world’s leaders in health and fitness. 3. “Oh the Places We’ll Go” – this student and young professional-geared workshop, held on Thursday, will be one the best investments you can make in your future. Learn about networking, different paths to take with your degree, and first-hand knowledge from faculty who have invested years of experience in many different roads in their lifetime 4. Minute to Win it Challenge. Check the onsite schedule for this great networking opportunity to flex your muscles and show your cardio coolness in the exhibit hall. These shorts bursts of exercise challenges in 60 seconds will be sure to draw a crowd. Prizes from exhibitors for the winners! 5. Olympic Park. Attend a group exercise challenge just outside the Hilton. Check the Summit website and on site sign-up sheets if you would like to be a member of a faculty-led team. 6. Penn State Challenge. Over 80 students came to our last event in Las Vegas from Penn State University. Can your school match that record? Spread the word about the Summit to your university’s health and fitness related departments, and encourage your university friend to attend the Summit. American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 9
  10. 10. Program Schedule Tuesday, April 1 7:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. PRECON: Schwinn® Cycling Instructor Certification.......................................................................Shannon Fable Jeffrey Scott 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. PRECON: BOSU® Complete Workout System - Specialty Certification..........................................Helen Vanderburg 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. PRECON: Post-Rehab Changing the Personal Training Industry......................................................Andre Labbe Phil Page Alanna Williams 10:00 a.m.-5:15 p.m. PRECON: Nutrition and Exercise for Cancer Prevention, Treatment and Post Treatment or Survivorship....................................................................................Colleen Doyle Connie Rogers Julie Sanwartz Katie Schwartz 12:30-4:30 p.m. PRECON: Worksite Health Promotion 2014: U.S. and Multinational Next Practices for Program Success!...............................................................Charlie Estey Robert Karch Jason Lang 1:00-5:30 p.m. PRECON: 10,000 Workouts in 10 Minutes: Movement Based Programming..................................Matt King Dixie Stanforth 5:45-6:45 p.m. KEYNOTE: Fired Up: Sled Dog Wisdom on Motivating a Laughable Range of Personalities...................................................................................Chris Heeter Wednesday, April 2 6:45-7:45 a.m. n ody Leverage Training – Partner Drills for Fun Fitness............................................................Mike Bracko B n quipment-LESS Boot Camp.........................................................................................................Abbie Appel E n OSU® HIIT Challenge.................................................................................................................Keli Roberts B n chwinn® Cycling Workout.............................................................................................................Jeffrey Scott S 8:15-9:15 a.m. KEYNOTE: It’s Always Too Soon to Stop........................................................................................Walter Bortz Track color key: “1X” = session only presented one time 10 n Exercise Programming n itness Management and F Communication n ealthy Behavioral Change H and Motivation n Interactive Workshop n Nutrition n Personal Training n Positive Health and Wellness n Select Populations n Social Media Technology n Sports Medicine n Workout n Worksite Health Promotion American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  11. 11. Wednesday, April 2 (continued) 9:30-10:30 a.m. n he Art of Program Development...................................................................................................Michael Spezzano T n ay This, Not That! Improving Client Success with Motivating Language.....................................M. Nicole Nazzaro S n ore Training: Beyond Abs- Nourishing Your Gut for Optimal C Digestive Health and Immune Function..........................................................................................Leslie Bonci n ontemporary Models and Theories of Functional Training...........................................................Carol Kennedy-Armbruster C Mary Yoke n hy Don’t My Designer Jeans Fit? It’s Because of My Genes!.......................................................Linda Pescatello W n xercise Training for Overweight Youth: Why Weight?..................................................................Avery Faigenbaum E 9:30-11:00 a.m. n ircuit Training Made Easy: Push, Pull, Bend, Twist, Squat and Lunge........................................Fred Hoffman C n et Your Group On - Group Skills for Personal Trainers................................................................Grace DeSimone G n chwinn® Cycling: All the Right Cues............................................................................................Shannon Fable S 10:45-11:45 a.m. n Give Clients the Body They Want: 10 Nutrition Strategies............................................................Christopher Mohr n xercise Prescription for Clients with Co-Morbidities: A Case Study Approach............................Peter Ronai E n aking Programs From Physical Therapy To Physically Fit.............................................................Erica Pitsch T Christian Thompson n witter Tips for Fitness Marketing 1X.............................................................................................Amanda Vogel T n inding an Effective Approach to Manage Work-related Stress in Different Cultures...................Hans Holdhaus F Wolf Kirsten 12:30-1:30 p.m. n HOT TOPIC: Can Broccoli Make You Beautiful? 1X...................................................................Leslie Bonci n etabolic Training-The Ultimate Cardio+Resistance Training Fusion!..........................................Michele Olson M n otal Body Trampoline Circuit.........................................................................................................Abbie Appel T n OSU® Double Up Double Down..................................................................................................Keli Roberts B n chwinn® Cycling Workout.............................................................................................................Shannon Fable S 1:45-2:45 p.m. n he Physiology of TABATA - Is 4-Minutes Enough?....................................................................Michele Olson T n rogram Evaluation: How to Keep Up and Stay One Step Ahead!................................................Carol Kennedy-Armbruster P Lisa Sexauer n Relationship Nutrition.....................................................................................................................Page Love n h My Aching Back: Exercise Program Prescription Do’s and Don’ts............................................Peter Ronai O n IIT and MIIT for Overweight Clients ... And The Weak of Heart.............................................Steven Keteyian H n hat’s App with Mobile Health Fitness.....................................................................................Fred Hoffman W Amanda Vogel n he Value of Worksite Health Promotion........................................................................................Bill Baun T 3:00-4:00 p.m. n iving For The Long Haul...............................................................................................................Nancy Kalina L n oo Much Sitting: How Does It Affect Appetite and Weight?.......................................................Barry Braun T n oaching for Sustainable Weight Loss: Silencing Your Expert Voice..............................................Julie Schwartz C n No Food Fights! A Necessity for Agricultural Co-existence............................................................Mary Lee Chin n Steps to Creating an Effective Social Media Strategy 1X.............................................................Fred Hoffman 5 Track color key: “1X” = session only presented one time n Exercise Programming n itness Management and F Communication n ealthy Behavioral Change H and Motivation n Interactive Workshop n Nutrition n Personal Training n Positive Health and Wellness n Select Populations n Social Media Technology n Sports Medicine n Workout n Worksite Health Promotion American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 11
  12. 12. Wednesday, April 2 (continued) 3:00-4:30 p.m. n xercise is Medicine®: Linking Clinic to Community.....................................................................Gregory Heath E n hat is The Future For the Degreed Exercise Professional?...........................................................Mark Patterson W Deborah Riebe Benjamin Thompson Brad Roy n rain Any Client, Anywhere: Rubber Resistance for Sports and Fitness.........................................Mike Bracko T n et Them On Their Feet… And Keep Them There: G Falls Prevention Progression Exercise Strategies..............................................................................Christian Thompson n ow to Achieve Success in Population Based H Wellness Programming....................................................................................................................Stephen Cherniak Carrie Greene Colleen Greene 4:15-5:15 p.m. n 7 Social Media Tips for Your Fitness Career 1X............................................................................Amanda Vogel 1 6:00-7:00 p.m. n illPower grace® barefoot cardio.................................................................................................Stacey Lei Krauss w n amagon Kamp...............................................................................................................................Keli Roberts K n chwinn® Cycling Workout.............................................................................................................Helen Vanderburg S n itness Challenge at Olympic Park..................................................................................................Summit Fitness staff F Thursday, April 3 6:45-7:45 a.m. n Power Walking.................................................................................................................................Lee Scott Michele Stanten n chwinn® Cycling Workout.............................................................................................................Helen Vanderburg S n ZENERGY......................................................................................................................................Melissa Layne 8:15-9:15 a.m. KEYNOTE: Estimating Fitness and Monitoring Daily Activity - Making it Meaningful................Barbara Ainsworth 9:30-10:30 a.m. n xercise Training for Overweight Youth: Why Weight? (repeat).....................................................Avery Faigenbaum E n he Art of Program Development (repeat)......................................................................................Michael Spezzano T n ay This, Not That! Improving Client Success with Motivating Language (repeat)........................M. Nicole Nazzaro S n ow to Get the Best Results from Popular Diets: H From Gluten-free to Paleo to Raw Foods Diets...............................................................................Chris Rosenbloom n he Value of Worksite Health Promotion (repeat)..........................................................................Bill Baun T 9:30-11:00 a.m. n ircuit Training Made Easy: Push, Pull, Bend, Twist, Squat and Lunge (repeat)............................Fred Hoffman C n trategies for Success: Improve Client Outcomes and Retention....................................................Christopher Mohr S Kara Mohr n rain Any Client, Anywhere: Rubber Resistance for Sports and Fitness (repeat)............................Mike Bracko T n chwinn® Cycling: Leave ‘em Breathless.........................................................................................Jeffrey Scott S Track color key: “1X” = session only presented one time 12 n Exercise Programming n itness Management and F Communication n ealthy Behavioral Change H and Motivation n Interactive Workshop n Nutrition n Personal Training n Positive Health and Wellness n Select Populations n Social Media Technology n Sports Medicine n Workout n Worksite Health Promotion American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  13. 13. Thursday, April 3 (continued) 10:45-11:45 a.m. n he Physiology of TABATA - Is 4-Minutes Enough? (repeat).......................................................Michele Olson T n rogram Evaluation: How to Keep Up and Stay One Step Ahead! (repeat)....................................Carol Kennedy-Armbruster P Lisa Sexauer n reating “Movement Warriors” Through Maximizing Technology.................................................Lisa Hoffman C Martin Siegel n No Food Fights! A Necessity for Agricultural Co-existence (repeat)...............................................Mary Lee Chin n et Your Group On - Group Skills for Personal Trainers (repeat)..................................................Grace DeSimone G n hy Don’t My Designer Jeans Fit? It’s Because of My Genes! (repeat)..........................................Linda Pescatello W n xercise Prescription for Clients with Co-Morbidities: A Case Study Approach (repeat)..............Peter Ronai E 12:00-1:00 p.m. n otal Body Trampoline Circuit (repeat)...........................................................................................Abbie Appel T n elax Restore Foam Rolling.........................................................................................................Irene Lewis-McCormick R n chwinn® Cycling Workout.............................................................................................................Keli Roberts S 1:00-2:00 p.m. n OT TOPIC: Obesity is a Disease: Panel Discussion 1X.............................................................Walter Bortz H Michael Bracko Kara Mohr Michele Olson Michael Spezzano 2:15-3:15 p.m. n iving For The Long Haul (repeat).................................................................................................Nancy Kalina L n reat Instructors and Trainers: Born or Made? 1X..........................................................................Fred Hoffman G n oaching for Sustainable Weight Loss: Silencing Your Expert Voice (repeat).................................Julie Schwartz C n ore Training: Beyond Abs- Nourishing Your Gut for Optimal C Digestive Health and Immune Function (repeat).............................................................................Leslie Bonci n inding an Effective Approach to Manage F Work-related Stress in Different Cultures (repeat)..........................................................................Hans Holdhaus Wolf Kirsten n elax Restore Foam Rolling (repeat)...........................................................................................Irene Lewis-McCormick R 3:30-4:30 p.m. n Give Clients the Body They Want: 10 Nutrition Strategies (repeat)...............................................Christopher Mohr n IIT and MIIT for Overweight Clients ... And The Weak of Heart (repeat)................................Steven Keteyian H Track color key: “1X” = session only presented one time n Exercise Programming n itness Management and F Communication n ealthy Behavioral Change H and Motivation n Interactive Workshop n Nutrition n Personal Training n Positive Health and Wellness n Select Populations n Social Media Technology n Sports Medicine n Workout n Worksite Health Promotion American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 13
  14. 14. Thursday, April 3 (continued) 3:30-5:00 p.m. n hat is The Future For the Degreed Exercise Professional? (repeat)..............................................Mark Patterson W Deborah Riebe Brad Roy Benjamin Thompson n h the Places We’ll Go (student session) 1X...................................................................................Avery Faigenbaum O Fred Hoffman Katie Smith Dixie Stanforth Mary Yoke n h My Aching Back: Exercise Program Prescription Do’s and Don’ts (repeat)...............................Peter Ronai O n et Them On Their Feet... And Keep Them There: G Falls Prevention Progression Exercise Strategies (repeat).................................................................Christian Thompson n ow to Achieve Success in Population H Based Wellness Programming (repeat).............................................................................................Stephen Cherniak Carrie Greene Colleen Greene 5:15-6:15 p.m. n quipment-LESS Boot Camp (repeat)............................................................................................Abbie Appel E n ower Walking (repeat)....................................................................................................................Lee Scott P Michele Stanten Friday, April 4 6:45 a.m.-7:45 a.m. n ody Leverage Training – Partner Drills for Fun Fitness (repeat)...............................................Mike Bracko B n etabolic Training-The Ultimate Cardio+Resistance Training Fusion! (repeat).............................Michele Olson M n illPower grace® barefoot cardio (repeat)....................................................................................Stacey Krauss w n ENERGY (repeat).........................................................................................................................Melissa Layne Z 8:15-9:15 a.m. n oo Much Sitting: How Does It Affect Appetite and Weight? (repeat)..........................................Barry Braun T n reating “Movement Warriors” Through Maximizing Technology (repeat)....................................Lisa Hoffman C Martin Siegel n Relationship Nutrition (repeat)........................................................................................................Page Love n ow to Get the Best Results from Popular Diets: H From Gluten-free to Paleo to Raw Foods Diets (repeat)..................................................................Chris Rosenbloom n ontemporary Models and Theories of Functional Training (repeat)..............................................Carol Kennedy-Armbruster C Mary Yoke n hat’s App with Mobile Health Fitness (repeat)........................................................................Amanda Vogel W Fred Hoffman 8:15-9:45 a.m. n xercise is Medicine® : Linking Clinic to Community (repeat)......................................................Gregory Heath E n trategies for Success: Improve Client Outcomes and Retention (repeat).......................................Christopher Mohr S Kara Mohr n aking Programs From Physical Therapy To Physically Fit (repeat)................................................Erica Pitsch T Christian Thompson Track color key: “1X” = session only presented one time 14 n Exercise Programming n itness Management and F Communication n ealthy Behavioral Change H and Motivation n Interactive Workshop n Nutrition n Personal Training n Positive Health and Wellness n Select Populations n Social Media Technology n Sports Medicine n Workout n Worksite Health Promotion American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org
  15. 15. Registration fees for the 2014 Summit Register online at www.acsm.org for best service. If you do not have computer access, please call 317-637-9200, ext. 141 www.acsm.org Tel: 317-637-9200 Fax: 317-634-7817 Dept. 6022 Carol Stream, IL 60122-6022 Register by Register by Register by Onsite 1/8/14 2/12/14 3/12/14 prices Current ACSM Members Member Registration (dues must be current at time of meeting) $295 $320 $350 $380 Student Member Registration (dues must be current at time of meeting) $125 $150 $180 $180 ACSM Certified Professionals Registration Only $375 $400 $430 $460 (non-ACSM Members) Registration + Membership (includes one year ACSM Alliance Membership) $374 $399 $429 $459 Non-Members Registration Only $435 $460 $495 $525 Registration + Membership (includes one year ACSM Alliance Membership) $394 $419 $449 $479 Non-Member Students Registration Only $145 $170 $200 $200 Registration + Membership (includes one year ACSM Alliance Membership; $135 $160 $190 $190 open to students who have not been ACSM members in the past) Professional Student Schwinn® Indoor Cycling Pre-conference events Movement Based Programming $100 $50 Instructor Training Course to www.schwinneducation.com 4/1/14 Worksite Health Promotion $100 $50 goregister and for pricing to (choose one due to overlapping times) Optimizing Health Pre- and Post-Cancer $100 $50 Post-Rehab: New Opportunities in Fitness Training $100 $50 $100 $50 BOSU® Complete Workout System Summit Registration Hours Exhibit hours Tuesday, April 1 Morning-12:00 p.m. Preconference registration 12:00-7:00 p.m. General registration Tuesday, April 1 3:30-5:30 p.m. Exhibits Open/Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall Wednesday, April 2 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. General registration 1:00-6:00 p.m. Fun Run registration Wednesday, April 2 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Exhibits Open Thursday, April 3 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. General registration 1:00-6:00 p.m. Fun Run registration Thursday, April 3 9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Exhibits Friday, April 4 7:45-9:30 a.m. General registration Headquarters Hotel Hilton Atlanta 255 Courtland Street NE Atlanta, Georgia 30303 404-659-2000 Atlanta.hilton.com Visit www.acsmsummit.org to make your hotel reservations online. Rooms are $149 single/double, and are available until March 12, 2014, or until the block sells out, whichever comes first. The Hilton Atlanta hotel boasts a central location in the heart of downtown Atlanta within walking distance of some of the best attractions in the city, including the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center and the Georgia World Congress Center. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is just a 15 minute drive from the downtown Atlanta hotel. Be in the center of all the action, as the Hilton Atlanta will be home to all meetings, lectures, workouts and exhibits. Make reservations today to take advantage of a special discount for ACSM Summit attendees! American College of Sports Medicine | 401 West Michigan Street | Indianapolis, IN 46202-3233 | Tel.: (317) 637-9200 | Fax: (317) 634-7817 | www.acsm.org 15
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