Allison Brown- Staying Fit for Adventure

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  • Date/Time: 6:30 pm-9:30 pm, Thursday, October 5, 2017
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Allison Brown

A Gentlemen’s Night

October 5, 2017 – Allison Brown
Staying Fit for Adventure

Social hour 6pm, dinner is served at 7, program begins in Chase Hall at 8pm.

“Exercise is as much a cognitive as it is a physical effort.”


 Certified Athletic Trainer

 B.S. in Athletic Training from West Virginia University: College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences

“If happiness is the goal— and it should be—
then adventure should be a top priority.”
 Richard Branson

Topics of Allison’s Talk:

Common Misconceptions

Basic Anatomy




Symptomatic Versus Problematic Treatment

Exercise To The Rescue!

Effects Of Exercise On The Body

Why Doesn’t Everyone Just Exercise Then?


Ergonomic Effects Of Technology

Fine, I’ll Do It…

Corrective Exercise Versus Exercise

Corrective Exercise: How To

No Pain, No Gain… No Way

Pelvic Neutral

Pelvic Tilt

The Zip

Sternal Lifts

Gait (Walking)

Gait Mechanics

Sitting To Standing/Squatting

Mechanics Of A Sit To Stand/Squat

Effects Of Sitting To Standing As A Strengthening Exercise

“Better to wear out than rust out.”
Jack LaLanne

Night of High Adventure

Oct 28. Celebrating 95 Years
Open to the public. Tickets on sale now.

The Reef on the Water Restaurant, Long Beach
Black Tie – Bagpipes – Dining

Steve Elkins
Lost City of the Monkey God

Deborah Rodriguez
Kabul Beauty School

Jim Dorsey
Clearing Cambodian Land Mines

Read more…


Make reservations early (323) 223-3948 and attend as stories, photos, and video will be presented to document this trip through this amazing place.

Leave your name and number in your party. Without a reservation, there may not be a meal for you. This is the reservation line only. If you need further information please contact a member.

Purchase Dinner Tickets by Tuesday.
Proof of purchase is required at the club
in the form of a printed hard copy or digital receipt on phone.