I Am About to Cancel this Course

I Am About to Cancel this Course

Thank you to everyone that attended the Postural Assessment & Exercise Prescription course or the Injury-free Running course this past weekend.

I had a lot of fun presenting and sharing information with all of you who attended.

I will let you know how things turn out with the recordings and when they will be available.

The next course I have coming up is with Justin Price – it is called Structural Assessment and Corrective Exercise Program Design.

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

Unfortunately, the number of registrations for this course is very low, and I am thinking of canceling it.

I hate canceling a course, but if people are not interested in it, that is what I have to do.

I have until Friday to decide on what to do about this course.

Let me share with you why I am looking forward to the Justin Price course:

1. Unique Perspective

I have been reading Justin’s articles and watching his presentations for years. He has a unique perspective on corrective exercise and what he presents is information that I have not heard anyone else talk about.

2. Strong Focus on the Lower Body and Ankle.

A lot of what Justin does is focus on the foot, ankle, and lower body. This is an area that I want to learn more about, and I often get questions about this asked in my fitness education courses.

3. Convenience & Cost

It is much more convenient to have international presenters fly to Vancouver than for me to pass one of their courses. It is much cheaper, and I don’t have to take time away from my family.

To get more details on the course, you can CLICK HERE.

Here is a little clip from Justin on the foot and ankle:

If you are waiting to register for the course, let me know. I am going to decide on Friday if I am going to cancel the system or not.

Thanks a lot.

Feel free to forward this to co-workers or colleagues who may be interested. I do what I can to bring great international presenters here at a very affordable price.

Have a great day.

Rick Kaselj, MS

Ankle Sprain Solved