I couldn't make it to Boston for the BSMG seminar weekend, so I thought I'd scrounge the Internet, get creative and make my own day of learning. Here's the days agenda.
810: Patrick Ward: Enhancing the Physiological Buffer Zone. Practical application. (Available from movement lectures. 15.00) 52 min
905: Aeropress Coffee
910: Rhonda Patrick: Importance of Micronutrients. (free podcast from iTunes, Body IO FM) 1 hour 5 min.
1015: Espresso/coconut water
1030-12: Functional Range Conditioning. Founder Andreo Spina (Hands on. Stressing hip mobility) Train Out Pain Gym.
1200: Rowsters Coffee (best cappuccino in Grand Rapids)
1215: Dan Paff: Speed, Strength, Power, Mobility, Endurance Part 1-4 (YouTube, Free. each episode a little under 15 minutes.)
130: Lunch (around one hour) If you haven't had the chance to hear Alan Argon Talk about Paleo Diet, check out his free lecture. It was linked on yesterdays blog. 43 minutes.
230: Dan Paff Speed, Strength, Power, Mobility, Endurance Part 5-8 (YouTube, free, each episode around 15 min.)
330: Iced Coffee (espresso mixed with San Pelegrino, sugar and shaken.)
335: Jaap Van der Wal: Transantomical Architecture of Connective Tissue (YouTube, free, 45 min)
430: Vitamix Green Mean Smoothie
445: Frey Faust: Fascia and Training Methodologies. The Axis Syllabus Perspective. (Vimeo 20 min.)
515: Emily Splichal/Perry Nicholston: The Abdominal Obliques-Linchpin to Optimal Performance and Function. (YouTube. Free. 54 min.)
630: Drinks and Dinner at Local Brewery. (Social)
It isn't the same as sitting in Boston, but it will do. Total cost will be under 50 dollars. I figure I saved myself around 1300 dollars. What free or cheap learning material/reference would you add.
Go Create Your Own Education!