I’m about 4 or 5 days away from being able to let you get your hands
on what has been called "one of the greatest fitness events ever."
And that’s why I’m able now to show you this short video.
25 year industry vet and international fitness legend, Billy Corbit, gave
the keynote introduction at my first annual IYCA International Summit.
The passion, energy, emotion and dedication is absolutely palpable.
Watch and see exactly what I’ve been telling you about –
"I just wanted to let you know that the IYCA Summit was by far
one of the very best fitness conferences I’ve ever attended. Thank
you so much for everything you’ve done to create the IYCA and
also for presenting such a fabulous weekend of incredible speakers!
During the two days, I learned so much about youth fitness and it has
truly given me a new and very real perspective on my fitness coaching.
As others have said, the Summit truly was life-changing!"
Gray Cook is arguably the most well-known and respected man in the fitness industry today.
His ‘Functional Movement Screen’ has literally developed a cult following the world over.
He presents seminars throughout North America, Europe and beyond.
His FMS Certification is one of the most popular in existence.
He is sought after by every major fitness and sport organization as a consultant or keynote educator.
Gray Cook is the Brad Pitt of our industry.
And not too long from now, he and I will be creating something absolutely transforming.
Here’s the summary of what we talked about –
Screening young athletes to decide if further assessments are necessary is an important step in reducing the irrelevant nature of corrective exercise but also in determining injury potential properly and effectively.
Some coaches and trainers have very instinctive ‘eyes’ when it comes to seeing movement dysfunction, but many don’t. Creating a simple but effective screen allows every trainer or coach to ascertain movement irregularities and determine follow-up action.
Every IYCA Member must have access to this screen – it is the building block of the work we do with kids and young athletes.
Once you understand how to screen, you also must be able to assess and provide the right sort of exercise stimulus necessary to evoke change and help reduce the chance of injury if required.
Long story short…
Gray and I are about to create a young athletes specific screening process and subsequent Functional Movement Screen.
Not sure yet when the roll out will be, but I can tell you that all IYCA Members will have access.
I’ll keep you posted on everything as it develops.