The Banned by the NSCA Tour Continues

As you well know you won’t get a chance to hear me speak at this summers NSCA National Conference but there are still plenty of opportunities. Next Saturday is the Perform Better One Day in Phoenix. I’ll be there with Gray Cook, Todd Durkin and Alwn Cosgrove.  I’ll also be speaking at the Perform Better Summits in Providence, Chicago and Long Beach. By the way the early bird special for the Perform Better Summit in Providence expires tomorrow so save yourself $70 and register today.

In addition I’ll be speaking in Pensacola Florida at the Andrews Institute Injuries in Football Conference on Saturday April 24th. I don’t have sign up info for this as it looks like an MD centered event.

I’ll also be speaking at two conferences in Germany in conjunction with the 2010 World Championships the week of May 7-15.

Last but not least I’ll have the honor of speaking to both the NBA and NHL strength and conditioning coaches at their annual meetings in conjunction with the their respective combines.

All in all not a bad schedule for a guy no longer qualified for the NSCA circuit. My advice. Save your money and hit the Perform Better Summit. It’s the best education value for the dollar available.

14 Responses to “The Banned by the NSCA Tour Continues”

  1. mboyle1959 Says:

    Do you mean in Fla? If so, see you there.

  2. Chris canales Says:

    I finally got a call back, and I’m in! See you there.

  3. mboyle1959 Says:

    If you get in make sure you say hello.

  4. Chris canales Says:

    Really want to see you speak in Pensacola. My boss thinks me taking off all weekend is out of the question! Ha but I’m waiting on an email back to see if I can get an one day rate. Hope to see you there

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  6. mboyle1959 Says:

    The conferences in Germany are presented by the International Ice Hockey Federation and are geared to hockey coaches. I’m doing two one hour talks.

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