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21st Century Glute Training Workshop in Christchurch This Weekend

By September 21, 2011March 25th, 2015Announcements

Just wanted to post a quick blog to alert my readers about two glute workshops this weekend in Christchurch. I’ll be doing one on Saturday and another on Sunday. If you’re in the Christchurch area then you should definitely come. The evaluation forms from last week’s workshop in Auckland were phenomenal. It’s one thing to learn by reading and watching videos, but to learn by doing with a highly-qualified instructor supervising is much more effective. And the information in this workshop is top notch – I reference over 50 studies, many of them very recent studies, and the workshop is incredibly thorough and comprehensive.

I know it’s very late in the game and I apologize for the delayed notice, but I wasn’t sure if we’d be sold out or not so I didn’t post anything about it. It turns out that there are 26 slots filled for both days and we have room for 4 more people on Saturday and Sunday, so if you want to come click on the link below.

It says that Saturday is sold out but some folks switched to Sunday’s presentation so both are actually still open. Just leave notes in the comments section if you want to attend Saturday’s session. Both days will start at 10:00 a.m. and last til 5:00 p.m., and the cost is only $120 which is a steal if you ask me!

The attendees are mostly physios, but some personal trainers will be there too. My workshop doesn’t change much when talking to physios, trainers, or strength coaches. Everyone needs to know the basics of hip mobility and simple glute activation, as well as the more advanced methods of strengthening. It’s all a continuum. Hope to see you there! Cheers, Bret


  • Dwayne says:

    Hey Bret good to see you getting down to Christchurch. You may find some balance training may come in handy. Are you enjoying the World Cup.

  • Chris says:

    Hey Brett,

    I’m currently going for my master’s degree in Exercise Science and would like to get a PhD in Exercise Physiology to do some research as well as teach at the college level. However, it’s very important to me that I’m able to keep some aspect of being a sports performance coach in my life being that it is a true passion of mine. I’ve been told that this won’t be possible, but I don’t take too kindly to being told that “I can’t” do something. I’d really appreciate your thoughts on this, since you’re someone that’s doing something similar. Do you plan on remaining in the strength and conditioning industry as a coach one you earn your PhD for AUT?



  • Scott says:


    Is someone videotaping the conference amd having the dvd available for purchase?

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