Smithtown, New York – True Sport Care, a renowned sports therapy and chiropractic clinic located on Long Island, NY, will be offering a special seminar, Gym-Body IQ, which focuses on teaching practical principles in weight lifting. The seminar is to be held at Golds Gym Smithtown in Smithtown, NY, on March 22nd, 2023 and begins at 8:30 AM EST.
The seminar is free and will be presented by esteemed Olympic Strength Coach, Dr. Marc Taczanowski and members of his team. Topics covered will include:
- Biomechanics in lifting
- Muscle activation
- Time optimization through proper sequencing and more
By learning and applying these principles in everyday gym training, a person can reverse imbalances, asymmetries and decrease the occurrence of pain during their workouts.
The seminar will provide insightful information for any exercise enthusiast but is specifically designed to target gym members who have dealt with aches and pains both in and out of the gym. It also is very useful for weight lifters who struggle with certain areas of the body, have had to take a break due to an injury, or simply anyone who has ever asked, “Am I doing this right?”
Gym members can sign up through the group schedule or if you are not a member please contact the Gold’s Gym Smithtown to register for the event for free. For more information please check out the True Sport Care website workshop page.
Dr. Marc Taczanowski, the owner of True Sport Care LLC, specializes in Sports Medicine, injury prevention, and management. He has published many articles on these topics and lectures to local running groups and athletic organizations in an effort to educate the sports community.
True Sport Care offers a full range of chiropractic and therapeutic disciplines that are effective at getting people back in the game after muscular-skeletal injuries.
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True Sport Care LLC
Dr. Marc Taczanowski
62 Lake Ave S Suite C
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