Telluride WOW: Top Presenter Bill Fabrocini

Telluride WOW: Top Presenter Bill Fabrocini

On its home page, Telluride WOW describes itself as a festival for EVERYONE, “an event with a passion to change lives through  health and fitness – to inspire, motivate, and educate.” Bill Fabrocini is a top presenter at the 2016 Telluride WOW Festival, this year, Thursday, June 9 – Sunday, June 12. For a full schedule go here. To register  and purchase passes/tickets, go here. 

Bill and co-author Chris Crowley of “Fitter Next Year,” “Thinner Next Year,” and the recent “Younger Next Year: Exercise Program” are also scheduled to appear Sunday, September 11, at the Telluride First Foundation’s 2nd annual Integrative Wellness Summit. Stay tuned for details.

“Telluride WOW Festival is a one-of-a-kind event featuring some of the premiere professional presenters from the worlds of fitness, health, sports, and medicine,” explained Bill. “Having attended over the years as both presenter and participant, I was very impressed with the variety of topics covered, lectures and exercise sessions alike. The weekend offers something for everyone regardless of where they are in terms of their own health and fitness goals and education level. I left WOW filled with creative ideas I was ultimately able to integrate into my sports practices. Most importantly, I made many new friends and gained several opportunities for professional networking. I highly recommend attending WOW.”

Bill Fabrocini

Bill Fabrocini

Pop quiz. Know the name Juan Ponce de León?

On April 2, 1513, Spanish explorer Ponce de León and his crew became the first recorded Europeans to set eyes on Florida.

Ok, no biggie. Who cares? (Florida. Just a bunch of retired blue hairs, long-legged Latinos, and hanging chads right?)

Here’s the punch line: legend has it that Ponce and the boys made that discovery while searching for the Fountain of Youth, a magical water source supposedly capable of reversing the aging process and curing sickness.

So you and Ponce might have something in common.

You wouldn’t mind finding that fountain – or a facsimile thereof– would you?

Well, me too.

Now what if I said that a fountain surrogate is not the Holy Grail. What if I told you it is within your grasp – that is, if you make certain lifestyle tweaks.

Learn what to do to turn back – or at least stall – the clock by attending Bill Fabrocini’s lecture on the subject at Telluride WOW 2016. On Sunday, June 12, 9:30 a.m., at Telluride WOW, Bill Fabrocini gives a lecture-demonstration on “Aging: Reversing the Biological Clock.”

According to the program:

Right off the pages of the recently acclaimed, “Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program,” the science behind staying young and reversing the biological clock is revealed. Bill will discuss specific insights to the body systems and its architecture and how they can be utilized to combat the tide of aging. Lecture, discussion, and lots of demonstrations. 

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According to Bill’s co-author, Chris Crowley, (who also collaborated with Bill on New York Times bestseller “Thinner Next Year”), from “Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program”:

…It is known that working out, pretty hard (for you), six days a week for the rest of your life is the single great key to being fitter, more amusing, more energetic, more creative, sexier, and radically healthier… And there is a whole new way of looking at exercise… Bill Fabrocini – the brains of the critical “strength” part of the book – is almost certainly the smartest guy in the country and one of the most respected in his field. I have spent years with him and I still learn something important and new almost every time we do a program together. (We spend a lot of time together in retreats and such.) Bill is a genius in the field, he cares like crazy, and he has become one of the best communicators around. The program is rock-solid and inspirational because he designed it.

Crowley raves on and on about Bill:

I’m prejudiced, of course, but I have worked very very closely with Bill – mostly on “Thinner…”– for years now, and I think he is smarter about strength training, keeping your body working right all the way out, and all the other key aspects of movement than anyone I’ve ever met. He is an intuitive healer … a category of which I am normally leery, but not in his case. Bill has deep technical knowledge AND a mysterious feel. It doesn’t get better than that…

From Bill:

Your living age maybe 60 or 70 or  80, but you can have the biology of living tissue and quality of life function of a 40- or 50-year-old if you follow the concepts we teach in the book – principals I will review at Telluride WOW… By the way, visa versa is also true: you can be 40 or 50 and have the biology and living function of an 80-year-old, which we sadly see in America more and more. Same in terms of brain function.

In other words, your chronological or real age may not be what some doctors and wellness practitioners describe as your “fitness age,” which is measured by variables like weight, frequency, and intensity of your exercise program, resting and maximum heart rates, and waistline measurement.

Now have I got your attention?

Wait, there’s more.

Bill, at Aspen Sports Summit.

Bill, at Aspen Sports Summit.

On Friday, June 10, 2 p.m., Bill will talk about “Strategic Exercise Training for Optimal Performance.”

From the WOW program:

Join Bill during this 90-minute lecture-exercise session as he challenges you to maximize your body’s output. You will learn how to incorporate the principles Bill applies with his elite athletes, but tailor them to your specific needs. Whether you are working around an injury or chronic joint pain, trying to build a durable and resilent body, or seeking peak athletic performance, this session will provide you with an organizational system to better structure your exercise training. Come ready to learn, contribute – and mold your body.    

To learn more about Bill Fabrocini, click on his podcast.

More about Bill Fabrocini:

Bill Fabrocini is a clinician, coach, and teacher of movement and a specialist in orthopedic physical therapy and sports performance therapy with a background neurophysiology.

He has built his career around rehabilitating athletes and designing  innovative training programs striving to optimize human performance. Bill believes that everyone is an athlete designed to move. “We all share the same biology and are all governed by the same laws of physics.”

Bill’s approach is to enhance movement ability through training principles that take advantage of the natural architecture of the human body and its ability to adapt.

Bill utilizes his vast knowledge of the human body to coach his clients and teach others how to build durable, dynamic athletes of all walks of life. It is no wonder his client base is so diverse: professional and collegiate athletes and sports teams, Olympians, corporate executives, youth sport organizations, and many others come to him for his guidance and diverse approach to enhance performance, productivity, and quality of life.

Bill  has worked in the medical and fitness industry for over three decades primarily in Aspen Colorado, where he is co-founder of Aspen Core Fitness, the company that produced the Rip Trainer and the educatonal programming  that was acquired by fitness giant TRX.

In 2015, Bill founded the Aspen Sports Summit whose mission is to bring together the leaders in the world of sports medicine, fitness, and the medical industry to provide education for others while benefitting various philantropical causes making a difference in the world.

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