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27 September, 2008

Reebok resolution 2008



Yesterday I attended Reebok resolution 2008. It is a conference, meant primarily, for fitness trainers and is organized by Reebok every year. They call global master trainers to bring latest information in the field of fitness to desi fitness trainers.







REEBOK RESOLUTION 2008
DATE: 26 SEPT ,VENUE: JAYPEE VASANT CONTINENTAL, VASANT VIHAR,
FEE: RS 4000/=
TIME: REGISTRATIONS 7.30 (preferably register in advance at club Xcell on the 22 sept before 1 o clock)
RES: 8 AM TO 4 PM
PROGRAMS:By two trainers from the USA
SARAH:
1.) FUNCTIONAL FUSION Mixing popular trends! Functional training and fusion classes are the highest demanded classes in the US because they deliver a physical benefit and are always different and fun! This class blends Body Sculpting with free weights, Pilates exercises, Yoga flowandcontemporary dance. Instructors will learn to deliver unlimited class options and provide their members with physical results and an emotional charge.
2) SPORTS CONDITIONING An innovative, fun and athlete-inspired fitness class! Sports Conditioning is designed to challenge the entire body to develop strength, power, and endurance. Learn how to utilize various equipment, including free weights and Reebok Steps, as well as your body weight to become better prepared for daily life and sport. Instructors will learn the proper mechanics, flow, and progression to challenge a class with different ability levels and leave with a new toolbox of exercises to bring to their members.
3) GROOVIN' & MOVIN'
The best of all dances into one! Groovin' and Movin' is a high energy dance classes mixing hip-hop, jazz, funk, lyrical, and broadway for people of all dance ability levels to enjoy! Sara willprovide "up to date" choreography combinations. The change of rhythm, inspiring music, and new moves are a challenge for the mind, body and soul! Instructors will learn basic moves, new combinations, where to hunt for new idea and the hot new trends from the US.
Tamayah Ahmed:
4)Jump Explosive Cardio - A half hour high intensity, high energy cardio using no equipment ( except a marked line on the floor, eg a rope, resistance band, or masking tape to jump over) Starting with a full body warm up, then various plyometric jumps in time to the music. A test of coordination, propreoception, and 3D awareness as the jumps become gradually more complex. Lots of fun.. A real calorie burner.
5/6)PERSONAL TRAINING:
PROGRAM:
730 AM REGISTRATIONS
8-9AM CLASS 1 JUMP EXPLOSION
9-10 AM CLASS 2 FUNCTIONAL FUSION
10- 1030 TEA BREAK
1030-1130 CLASS 3 GROOVING AND MOVING
11-30 TO 1230-CLASS 4 SPORTS CONDITIONING
1230- 1-15 –LUNCH
115 TO 300 PT LECT –PERSONAL TRAINING
3-4 Q AND A AND CERTS

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  2. Wow!!

    I cant believe a company like reebok can be so irresponsible. That is just so unethical. Why can't someone sue them? I am so glad i didn't go for the resolution. I am glad you wrote so honestly and clearly about it on your blog it gives other people a chance to know the real picture of such fancy meets etc.

    Good initiative kiran. Way to go.

    And do SUE REEBOK for not giving you what was promised. Someone has got to teach them a lesson.

    Pushpanjali Singh.

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  3. Thanks Pushpanjali.
    Yes good you did not attend it. Well, I do not intend to sue them but a lot of trainers I met, feel exactly the same way. Most of them felt cheated.

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  4. A company like Reebok doing something like this is unimaginable. In simple words, this is plain cheating!

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  5. @Nischal. Totally agree with you. But for me it is not unimaginable. As the very title of my post says- They never fail to disappoint me.

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