WEBINAR | How to Integrate Brain Stimulating Exercise Into All of Your Training Programs with Older Adults

$9.95

LIVE PRESENTATION:
Tuesday, April 24
10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST

If you can’t attend live, you can purchase the webinar and be sent a recording following the live presentation. Recording is sent within 24 hours of live presentation.

Presented by Cody Sipe, PhD

Description coming soon.


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Description

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Cody Sipe, PhD, is the co-founder of the Functional Aging Institute (FAI). For over 15 years, Cody has been at the forefront of developing innovative, effective and science-based training programs for their older clients. Over the past 8 years he and co-founder Dan Ritchie, PhD, have shared their unique philosophies, techniques and insights with tens of thousands of trainers around the world. During that time they reviewed almost every “senior fitness” certification program on the market and could not find any that met their high standards. They decided then and there to create high quality certifications that would help fitness professionals to be more successful with the fastest-growing client base in the world…adults 55 and over.

Cody has an extensive background in the fitness industry with 20 years of experience as a personal trainer, fitness instructor, program director, exercise physiologist and club owner. He is currently an Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Research in the physical therapy program at Harding University.

He has spent his career researching, developing and practicing the most effective training strategies to improve function in older adults. He has completed certifications as an ACSM Exercise Specialist, ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist, FallProof Balance and Mobility Enhancement Specialist and more. His secondary area of expertise is in the prevention and management of chronic disease conditions, especially those that accompany the aging process such as arthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and osteoporosis. In 2005 he was honored with the IDEA Program Director of the Year award.

Learn more about Cody and FAI at their website, functionalaginginstitute.com.
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