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Resistance Exercise Conference 2019 March 22-23
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LukeCarlson

The Annual Resistance Exercise Conference will be held March 22-23 in Bloomington, MN and will feature keynote presentations from Dr. Doug McGuff, Dr. James Fisher, Dr. Jeremy Loenkke as well as mini presentations from 15 other strength training practitioners including Mike Lipowski, Adam Zickerman, Fred Hahn, Michael Petrella, and many more. As always, I look forward to spending time with so many of you.

For more information and to register.: https://www.resistanceexercise...
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Ellington Darden

Luke Carlson always has a terrific seminar. Many of you should plan to attend.

Ellington
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Ellington Darden wrote:
Luke Carlson always has a terrific seminar. Many of you should plan to attend.

Ellington


==Scott==
I'd love to but I have relatives in Minn. That's one lonnnnng drive, ha ha.
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epdavis7

entsminger wrote:
Ellington Darden wrote:
Luke Carlson always has a terrific seminar. Many of you should plan to attend.

Ellington

==Scott==
I'd love to but I have relatives in Minn. That's one lonnnnng drive, ha ha.


No kidding and just when it starts getting a little warmer in VA I would have to travel to MN and freeze to death lol. I'm sure the presentations and information will be great though!
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

The future is in webinars. Imagine having all these speakers speak from their own cities, etc., and having a thousand people watching rather than 80 in class. Much cheaper to hold and much cheaper for participants.
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Fatso

Brian Johnston wrote:
The future is in webinars. Imagine having all these speakers speak from their own cities, etc., and having a thousand people watching rather than 80 in class. Much cheaper to hold and much cheaper for participants.


True from a cost and audience perspective... but there is something very positive to be said for networking and face to face discussion as well

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hit4me

Florida, USA

Brian Johnston wrote:
The future is in webinars. Imagine having all these speakers speak from their own cities, etc., and having a thousand people watching rather than 80 in class. Much cheaper to hold and much cheaper for participants.


kinda like elvis aloha from Hawaii satellite concert....televised in countries all over the world, lol
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
There is just something to be said about seeing these guys in person. I don't think I will forget the bodybuilders I've met in person. I can easily forget the ones I see online. At least maybe they could stream the event live for us who can't be there?
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Bill MacLean

Disclosure: I have absolutely no financial interest in the REC conference, any related entities, any gyms, etc.

Summary:
Bottom line: If, like me, you are just excited about HIT, you should go. If you own a facility, there is a whole host of extra reasons to go.

Detail:
I went two years ago and loved it. I'm not a facility owner, just an HIT Enthusiast. I took my mom, and we had a great time. Got to meet a bunch of people I had only read about like Dr Darden, Jim Flannegan, Kim Wood etc. Dr Darden autographed one of his books for me.

Last year a work trip interfered, so I couldn't attend. This year, I am trying to work schedule to attend.

I live in Phoenix and am lucky to work out at a gym (Basic Training) with a full Medx line. The owner, Bill Crawford is a long time Nautilus guy who worked with Jones early on.

In high school, I called Nautilus HQ from AZ and got to talk to Dr Darden, which was a big milestone for me. Meeting legends in person is great.

There was a lot of great info in the presentations. If you own a facility (which I don't), I think you'd be interested in hearing Luke Carlson talk about his business model. He talked a lot about the value of a focused and specialized business that doesn't try to be all things to all people. He is doing very well with that plan.

Crawford in Phoenix is also doing well with a focused offering that is fundamentally different than what the big chains offer. They key is personal attention, a true understanding of HIT, and genuine results.

Trying to compete on price against the giant chains doesn't make sense, but catering to a subset of the market with a unique offering seems to be working well around the country for a number of facility owners.

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MikaelPR

Bill MacLean wrote:
Disclosure: I have absolutely no financial interest in the REC conference, any related entities, any gyms, etc.

Summary:
Bottom line: If, like me, you are just excited about HIT, you should go. If you own a facility, there is a whole host of extra reasons to go.

Detail:
I went two years ago and loved it. I'm not a facility owner, just an HIT Enthusiast. I took my mom, and we had a great time. Got to meet a bunch of people I had only read about like Dr Darden, Jim Flannegan, Kim Wood etc. Dr Darden autographed one of his books for me.

Last year a work trip interfered, so I couldn't attend. This year, I am trying to work schedule to attend.

I live in Phoenix and am lucky to work out at a gym (Basic Training) with a full Medx line. The owner, Bill Crawford is a long time Nautilus guy who worked with Jones early on.

In high school, I called Nautilus HQ from AZ and got to talk to Dr Darden, which was a big milestone for me. Meeting legends in person is great.

There was a lot of great info in the presentations. If you own a facility (which I don't), I think you'd be interested in hearing Luke Carlson talk about his business model. He talked a lot about the value of a focused and specialized business that doesn't try to be all things to all people. He is doing very well with that plan.

Crawford in Phoenix is also doing well with a focused offering that is fundamentally different than what the big chains offer. They key is personal attention, a true understanding of HIT, and genuine results.

Trying to compete on price against the giant chains doesn't make sense, but catering to a subset of the market with a unique offering seems to be working well around the country for a number of facility owners.



Hi Bill
I was in Phoenix for a week in July of 2017 and trained at Bill Crawford?s twice. Great gym, he and his wife are really friendly people. In fact, I was in Tucson visiting my daughter this past week and intended to get by for a workout around flights at PHX, but it didn?t work out. I was really looking forward to trying out his Dynavec Gluteator...

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