The annual FitnessFest Conference and Expo is coming to Tempe, Arizona from April 16-20. This conference, the largest of its kind in the Southwest, offers fitness professionals the opportunity to earn their continuing education credits and gain valuable expertise from leaders in the industry. Hundreds of group exercise instructors, personal trainers and club owners and managers from across the country will come together at the Arizona State University Recreation Complex for this event. The event is open to the public as well, allowing non-fitness professionals the opportunity to participate in exercise classes taught by nationally-renowned instructors. Registration is required.


 


High-scale presenters, such as Phil Kaplan, June Kahn, Dr. Len Kravitz and Fabio Comana, will be presenting workshops at the April event. They will be joined by an additional 15 accomplished fitness trainers, offering a wide range of workshops and lectures in personal training, land group exercise, shallow and deep aquatic exercise, nutrition, special populations and mind/body health.


 


In addition to workshops and all-day trainings, FitnessFest offers a free-of-charge fitness expo featuring the latest in workout wear, shoes, health products, swimwear, fitness music, equipment, DVDs and more. Products will be available to try out and purchase at the exhibition. The expo is also open to the general public; all are welcome to take advantage of the shopping and discount opportunities.


 


Expo hours: Friday, April 18 and Saturday, April 19, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Parking is free on Saturday.


 


FitnessFest has brought fitness and wellness education to the Southwest for the past 10 years and provides affordable and safe fitness training workshops, presented by the industrys leaders, for health club industry professionals ranging from the novice to the most advanced. Additional information about FitnessFest Conference & Expo is available at www.fitnessfest.org. View a brochure online or call 480.461.3888 to request a hard copy.

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