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Events take place throughout the year THROUGHOUT 2015 The IDEA PT Institute offers lectures and workshops to inspire PTs


FEBRUARY 25–27 ❘ IDEA Personal Trainer Institute Venue Alexandria, Virginia, US Summary Featuring conference sessions, lectures and workshops, this event brings together a limited number of PTs with world-class presenters. A west coast institute takes place in Seattle on 16–19 April. Web www.ideafi t.com/ptrainer


26 ❘ Quest NBS conference Venue Holywell Park, Loughborough, UK Summary Celebrating 20 years of Quest and looking to the future, with a focus on the continued rollout of Quest 2014 and the launch of a new online platform for the National Benchmarking Service. With high profi le speakers, workshops and awards. Web www.questnbs.org


MARCH


9 ❘ SMMEX Venue Wembley Stadium, London, UK Summary Gives buyers and specifi ers from sporting clubs and associations across Europe the chance to meet with premier suppliers of products and services in a relaxed environment. Web www.smmexevent.com


11–14 ❘ IHRSA 2015 Annual International Convention & Trade Show Venue Los Angeles, California, US Summary The 34th IHRSA Annual Convention & Trade Show takes place at the LA Convention Center, with seminars,


keynotes and educational sessions alongside a trade show. Web www.ihrsa.org/convention


19–22 ❘ ECA World Fitness Conference / OBOW Show Venue Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York City, US Summary ECA World Fitness is an international organisation representing the fi tness and wellness sectors. The show highlights new products, ideas and concepts. Web www.ecaworldfi tness.com


20–22 ❘ International Fitness Showcase Venue Winter Gardens, Blackpool, UK Summary For fi tness instructors and enthusiasts, providing three days of dance, aerobics, step, combat, conditioning, lectures, workshops and mind-body sessions. Web www.chrysalispromotions.com


31 – 1 April ❘ BASES Student Conference Venue LJMU, Liverpool, UK Summary Keynote presentations from renowned sport and exercise scientists, expert-led workshops, and research presentations. Web www.bases.org.uk/student- conference


31 – 3 April ❘ ACSM Health & Fitness Summit & Exposition Venue Phoenix, Arizona, US Summary Explores the full spectrum of the industry – from science to practical application – with educational sessions, group workouts and hands-on workshops. Web www.acsmsummit.org


26 Read Health Club Management online at healthclubmanagement.co.uk/digital Help raise money for breast cancer 13 JUNE 2015


The MoonWalk Scotland


For its 10th anniversary, this nighttime event in Edinburgh will have a Mad Hatter’s Midnight Tea Party theme. Raise money for breast cancer causes across Scotland by picking one of four routes – a quarter, half, full or double marathon. www.walkthewalk.org


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Glow in the Park Various dates and venues have been announced for Glow in the Park runs in the year ahead. The events are a series of after-dark 5km running experiences where participants run, jog, walk or dance their way around a course in their


‘glow gear’ – including head torches, glow sticks, fl uorescent face paint and fl ashing high viz clothing. The Glow Course features various zones – new for this year is the UV Bubble Zone, Lolly Pop Land and the Rainbow Road. Discounts are available for families and groups. www.glowinthepark.co.uk


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