Want to learn more about how to train from M&F senior science editor, Dr. Jim Stoppani? Now’s your chance to talk shop with Jim in person. He’s been invited to give a Keynote talk at this year’s 9th Annual International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) Conference and Expo June 22-23, 2012 at the Hilton Clearwater Resort in beautiful Clearwater Beach, Florida. What better way to learn about the latest info on nutrition, supplements and training than to do so at a beach resort?!
Jim’s Keynote Talk titled “Maximizing Muscle Hypertrophy: Marrying Science with Real World Application” will cover the ins an outs of using real science to create real workout programs that deliver unreal results. That’s Jim’s specialty, as you know if you’ve followed any of his training programs, such as the M&F Rock Hard Challenge…http://www.muscleandfitness.com/2012-program-page or his Shortcut to Size program at Bodybuilding.com. http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/shortcut-to-size.html
These programs work because they combine the latest scientific findings with tried and true training techniques. Now you can learn the secrets that Jim has discovered to create the best programs for building real, natural muscle. In addition to Jim’s session, this year’s ISSN Conference and Expo also features sessions from other leaders in the field of sports nutrition and exercise science.
You can learn directly from Dr. Jeff Stout from Oklahoma State University in his session, “Milk Protein – Why You should Love It!”; Dr. Paul Cribb in his session, “The Best in Nutrient Timing”; Dr. Richard Bloomer from the University of Memphis in his session, “Antioxidant Use By Active Individuals: Rationale, Benefits and Potential Consequences”; or attend the roundtable discussion, “Supplements That Promote Fat Loss, Muscle Gain, and Performance Enhancement”, by Drs. Tim Ziegenfuss, Richard Kreider, Hector Lopez and Rob Wildman.
There’s no doubt that you’ll learn a lot at this conference and expo all while enjoying the sun and fun of Clearwater Beach. To learn more about the conference and/or to register click here.