21st Century Glute Training Workshop

I wanted to alert my readers about an exciting workshop I’m putting on in a couple of months. Unfortunately most of my readers are in the U.S., but in case there are some New Zealanders reading this blog, I’m going to be putting on a Glute Training workshop at AUT University on Saturday, September 17th from 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

Here’s how it all came about. I put together a presentation for the YMCA Build Conference a couple of months ago and since I got such great feedback from the attendees, I kept working on it week after week after week. Since I’m going to write a review paper on the Gluteus Maximus, I’ve been sifting through around 300 papers on the glutes and have been studying like crazy. I’ve been creating charts, making graphs, filming videos, and even talking to researchers around the world. I showed my professor what I’d done and told him that we should put on an all-day workshop, and he agreed.

This presentation is seriously one of its kind. I’ve packed so much good information in here and I can’t wait to start spreading the knowledge. The best part about the workshop is that it’s only $150 (NZD), which is a steal in my opinion. Five REPS credits will be given to attendees as well. I can promise you that you will leave this presentation with an excellent understanding of the glutes and practical applications to implement right away. Click on the link below to download a PDF promoting the event.

21st Century Glute Training Workshop 2011

26 thoughts on “21st Century Glute Training Workshop

  1. Jenny

    fantastic Bret,
    I think glute activation or lack of it is the cause of my lower back problem, so have taken time off working out to try and address the problem, so your workshop is timely, and I live in NZ.

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  2. Dave Morales

    Hey Bret,
    Please film it for USA distribution. Don’t forget about us over here!
    How is your torn bicep doing?

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    1. Bret Post author

      Dave, don’t worry I will never forget about my fellow Americans! My bicep is healing unbelievably quick, and one of my PT friends wants me to write a journal article on the method I used to rehabilitate myself since I’ve seen such rapid results. While I don’t think I’ll go this route, I’ll definitely write a blog post down the road as soon as I feel like I’m 100% and let my readers know how I went about my recovery. Thanks!

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  3. Vlad Padina

    Bret, will you ever do an experiment on EMG activity of tris/shoulders/pecs/EXTERNAL ROTATORS/obliques during 1A Push-ups and weighted 1A Push-ups (and/or planche pushups, handstand push-ups…)?

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  4. Vlad Padina

    …Bret, will you ever do an experiment on EMG activity of tris/shoulders/pecs/EXTERNAL ROTATORS/obliques during 1A Push-ups and weighted 1A Push-ups (and/or planche pushups, handstand push-ups…)?

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  5. Paul Macadam

    Hi Bret,
    Will you be doing another one of these workshops in the future in NZ? Or do you have any plans to come to NZ this year and do any other workshops or seminars?
    Thanks so much for all the info you post, it is incredibly useful and informative.

    Reply

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