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EXHIBITOR NEWS


REPS CPD PROGRAMME


The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) will be running its National Convention over all three days of LIW 2012. This year’s convention is full of vital updates and bite-sized CPD-accredited training to keep delegates on top of industry trends. There will be one point awarded per session attended. Programme highlights include keynote sessions from: weight loss guru Pete Cohen, who will be presenting on the topic of ‘Obesity – an untapped fitness market’; Tim Fearon of The Extraordinary Coaching Company, who will present ‘Welcome to the age of different’; and Bob Laventure of Later Life Training, presenting ‘Can you really teach an old dog new tricks?’ In addition to these keynotes, REPs


will present a dynamic selection of 40 interactive workshops delivered by leading industry experts. These include the following sessions:


DAY 1 (TUES 18 SEPTEMBER)


Benn Pratt, research & development manager, Premier Training International: ‘Carbs for exercise? Think again!!’ Gill Cummings-Bell, Drummond Education: ‘Maximise building a small business into a brand’ Greg Sellar, IFS international presenter of the year 2010: ‘Fitness fx; Blast fx – bodyweight-only conditioning group training class set to music’ Robin Gargrave, YMCAfit: ‘Working with specialist medical conditions’ Glenn Withers, founding director, Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute (APPI): ‘Pilates for osteoporosis: the epidemic challenge’


DAY 2 (WEDS 19 SEPTEMBER)


Alan Jackson, director, Discovery Learning: ‘Food addiction – it’s not all in the mind!’ Shalini Bhalla, founder & masterclass instructor, Just Jhoom!: ‘Just Jhoom! Fitness masterclass’ Elaine McNish, physical activity manager, Macmillan Cancer Support: ‘Move More – physical activity and cancer’ Dan McDonagh, senior manager, group training & development, TRX: ‘Fitness


Places on these sessions are limited in number. Visitors can book a place while registering for the show at www.liw.co.uk, with tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis. An exclusive discount is available to REPs members. If you are already registered to attend LIW 2012, simply return to the registration page, enter your name and unique reference number, scroll to the bottom of the form, opt in and select your sessions.


Anywhere supported by Escape Fitness – TRX®


Training for active seniors’


Christine North, YMCA Fit: ‘The dos, don’ts and whys of post natal exercise’


DAY 3 (THURS 20 SEPTEMBER)


Adam Daniel, PTA Faculty & ViPR master trainer, PTA Global/FitPro: ‘Functional anatomy – what is fascia?’ Sarah Bolitho, curriculum and business development co-ordinator, Fitness Wales: ‘Food for mood’ Chris Rogers, co-director, Vision Fitness Academy: ‘Bootcamp trainer tool box’ Keith Smith, global master trainer, Life Fitness Academy: ‘Training the active independent older adult’


LAUNCH OF LIW LIVE


LIW Live launches this year in the wake of London 2012, as a platform for exhibitors to display the best of their stand and services on a live stage right in the middle of the show floor. Some of the UK’s leading Olympic faces will be joining exhibitors on their stands and will also make an appearance on the brand new Live stage, attending question & answer sessions based around the fitness industry and trends they are noticing. Already lined up for this programme are Greg Searle, who made history at London 2012 with his comeback to rowing 20 years after winning Olympic gold, and badminton ace Gail Emms, both attending with Precor. They will be joined by three-time world champion gymnast Beth Tweddle MBE, founder of exhibiting company Total Gymnastics, who will be showcasing her company’s new programme, Gym Stars. Also taking part will be the cast of


The Apprentice 2012, with contestant Stephen Brady exhibiting with his new


Olympic rower Greg Searle will be among the sports stars at LIW


fitness company mysuccesscoach.com. And these won’t be the only TV stars at LIW Live – The Biggest Loser winner Kevin McLernon will be with Concept2 at the show, with plans to outline ways in which fitness providers can attract disengaged participants to their facilities. With group fitness trends emerging all the time, visitors will have a chance


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to see bite-sized demonstrations of the next big things to hit the market. These include Powerhoop sessions, which visitors can try out – with the most keenest Powerhooper winning a hoop. Les Mills will also perform its vibrant new SH’BAM routines on the live stage. The LIW Live programme will run throughout the three days of the show.


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