Random Rambles

Random Rambles

BCRPA 2010 Conference

I am excited to be presenting at the BCRPA 2010 Conference. I had talked about this in past random rambles. And I’m still presenting at the conference. My times have changed, but I will be there.


Here are the new times I will be presenting:

Start Teaching Shoulder Exercises that Help, Not Hurt

Saturday, September 18, 2010

8:00am – 9:00 am

Shoulder injuries lead to pain, prevent people from doing the things they love, and make simple tasks painful. Many will lean on exercises to help them recover from their shoulder injury. But too often, strength exercises lead to slower shoulder injury recovery. What needs to be done before strengthening the shoulder is activating, building endurance, and strengthening key muscles in the shoulder.

Core Exercises that Most Fitness Professionals Overlook

Random Ramble Core Exercise

Sunday, September 19, 2010

11:00am – 12:30 pm

Many times, fitness professionals focus only on the back to improve core stability. Equally essential is that it looks at the core stability of the hip. Poor activation, endurance, and strength in the hip core lead to a greater risk of injury to the lower back, hip, and knee. In this conference session, fitness professionals will learn a progressive exercise program they can use with their trainer and group fitness clients to improve their hip’s core stability.

Corrective Exercises For Helping Your Clients Run Injury Free

Random Rambles Corrective Exercise

Saturday, September 18, 2010

1:30pm – 3:00 pm

Running is one of the adults’ most popular recreational activities, but most will have to stop due to an injury. Along with a solid running program that prevents overtraining, there are several essential exercises that a fitness professional must include in a recreational runners program to keep them running injury-free.

I am very excited about this conference as I was one of the members of the BCRPA Conference Committee. So, I had a small part in putting the conference together.

What People Say about Muscle Imbalances Revealed

“Not long ago, I talked with an individual I consider to be in the elite crowd of fitness professionals. At the time, I was struggling to make sense of the array of information

in this industry and the different assessments. He replied, “the best thing is don’t miss anything, take all the information you can and add tools to your tool belt.

I continue to seek out quality information and foster critical thinking to know which tools to use along with how and when to use them.

Muscle Imbalances Revealed is most definitely another tool on my belt. It is comprehensive and has everything from specific assessments to taking a new look at exercise and movement compensations.”

Pete Brown

Personal Trainer, FMS Certified

Madison, Wisconsin

We’ll see you again on my next random rambles.

Rick Kaselj, MS

Strong and Stable Stability Ball Workout