Sunday, March 23, 2008

Health,Fitness Newsletter #52

Fitness & Rehabilitation Newsletter

In Issue #52

- Trigger Point Course - Course Sold Out!
- Original Article - Myofascial Trigger Points
- Fitness & Rehab Conference - Early Registration Ends Friday!
- Special Announcement on March 25
- Training Tip
- Healing Through Movement Blog

Upcoming Trigger Point Course - Course Sold Out!

The response for Williams's Trigger Point course has been huge. I have never had a course sell out so fast. It is excellent to see there is an interest to learn about trigger points and how trigger points could be the cause of your client's symptoms or impeding their progress. Those that got in should have an amazing day!

William has written an article for the Fitness & Rehab newsletter on Trigger Points.

Article by William N. Huhn - Myofascial Trigger Points

Read the Article

I am working with William to have him come back to Vancouver and present his Understanding Trigger Points to Overcome Pain course. If you are interested in attending or getting first crack at the next course, respond to this newsletter and ask to be kept up to date on when the next course is.

Read the Article

Sunday, March 30, 2008 - 8:45 am to 5:30 pm - Course Sold Out! Understanding Trigger Points to Overcome Pain
with William N. Huhn Douglas College (Royal Ave & 8th St ) - New Westminster, BC

Course Outline

Fitness & Rehab Conference

Just a reminder that the early registration for the Fitness & Rehab Conference Ends Friday, March 21, 2008.

Saturday, March 29, 2008 - 8:45 am to 5:30 pm FITNESS & REHAB ConferenceDouglas College (Royal Ave & 8th St) - New Westminster , BC

Visit for Full Conference Details

Register Now at the Early Registration Rate

Upcoming Announcement

I have a great announcement coming on March 25!

I will let you know about something I have been working on for years.

Watch your mailbox for the announcement!

Training Tip

“It is estimated that 60% of all running-related injuries can be attributed to training errors, that is, running too much too soon.”

- Buist, I. , Bredeweg, S.W., Van Mechelen, W., Lemmink, K.A., Pepping, G., and Diercks, R.L. (2008). No Effect of a Graded Training Program on the Number of Running-Related Injuries in Novice Runners: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Am. J. Sports Med., Jan 2008; 36: 33 - 39.

Healing Through Movement Blog


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Supplements and Osteoarthritis


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Newsletter written and published by Rick Kaselj -

About Rick Kaselj

Rick Kaselj is a Registered Kinesiologist and ACE Certified Personal Trainer with a passion for exercise therapy. Rick designs effective exercise programs that safely and rapidly helps one recover from injury, medical conditions and musculoskeletal pain. Rick presents courses on exercise therapy across Canada and publishes a monthly FITNESS & REHAB newsletter for health and fitness professionals looking for the latest information on improving health, fitness, rehabilitation and sport. To reach Rick or to subscribe to his monthly newsletter, call (604) 532-5248 or visit .
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