Nearly 200 delegates braved train delays and traffic jams to attend the REPs South East Convention held at David Lloyd in Raynes Park (Wednesday May 11th).
Despite problems on both the railways and the motorways delegates were able to hear an update from Registrar Jean-Ann Marnoch, the FIA’s Chief Medical Officer Dr John Searle and Nic Jarvis, from Nic Jarvis on PT, who spoke on “Mastering the key to long-term behaviour change”. They were also able to take part in a range of interactive workshops and seminars including ones on Speed Training, Exercise and Pregnancy, Muscle Testing, Extreme Kettleball Training and Exercise and Paradoxical Obesity.
If you missed the SE convention don’t worry – there’s still time to book for the REPs Scottish Convention to be held on Tuesday, June 28 in Glasgow and the National Convention on Thursday, September 22at Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham. Delegates also earn 4 CPD points for attending.
REPs registered instructors can also download speaker notes and conference programmes from the member area of the REPs website www.exerciseregister.org