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Skip George presented at Perform Better in Long Beach, CA

I was invited by Chris Poirier of Perform Better to present an introduction of PRI principles in Long Beach, CA for the 2016 Perform Better Functional Training Summit.  This was the first time “PRI Nation” was represented at a Perform Bettter Summit on the West Coast.  Among the presenters pictured were Dan John, Stu McGill, Chris Mohr, Todd Durkin, Jason Glass, Greg Rose, Brandon Marcello, Brian Nguyen, Martin Rooney, Mark Toomey, Josh Henkin, Ben Bruno and Alwyn Cosgrove and yours truly with the white polo shirt! (Center front).  I was asked to join the Saturday afternoon panel for questions and answers and  was able to provide a  compelling lead-in for the  Sunday morning lecture and hands on.  Both hands on and lecture segments were extremely well attended and received.  The buzz heard in the room from the attendees was “we have been waiting to hear about PRI, now we want to take courses and learn about PRI principles for rehab and performance especially managing human asymmetries and rotational performance!”  Thanks much to Michael Mullin who provided support in this first time appearance and who speaks for Perform Better on a regular basis.  And Thanks much to Chris Poirier for allowing me the opportunity to present!   This past weekend, August 13-14, I was invited by Chris Poirier of Perform Better to present an introduction of PRI principles in Long Beach, CA for the 2016 Perform Better Functional Training Summit.  This was the first time “PRI Nation” was represented on the West Coast.  Among the presenters pictured were Dan John, Stu McGill, Chris Mohr, Todd Durkin, Jason Glass, Greg Rose, Brandon Marcello, Brian Nguyen, Martin Rooney, Mark Toomey, Josh Henkin, Ben Bruno and Alwyn Cosgrove and yours truly with the white polo shirt! (Center front).  I was asked to join the Saturday afternoon panel for questions and answers and  was able to provide a  compelling lead-in for the  Sunday morning lecture and hands on.  Both hands on and lecture segments were extremely well attended and received.  The buzz heard in the room from the attendees was “we have been waiting to hear about PRI, now we want to take courses and learn about PRI principles for rehab and performance especially managing human asymmetries and rotational performance!”  Thanks much to Michael Mullin who provided support in this first time appearance and who speaks for Perform Better on a regular basis.  And Thanks much to Chris Poirier for allowing me the opportunity to present!   

Posted August 22, 2016 at 3:54PM

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