The Anatomical Approach: Rochelle Rice - Orlando Florida

Class: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17TH 9:30-11:15am #101


For nearly 20 years, obesity has been part of our national discussion. Why has it taken us so long to make progress in eliminating the epidemic? In this session, we’ll examine an anatomical approach that will help health and fitness professionals avoid embarrassing their clients with ineffective programs. Explore what leads people to abandon movements, and how to avoid unrealistic workouts, injuries and movement suggestions that don’t fit larger bodies.


Rochelle Rice, MA is the President of In Fitness & In Health in New York City. She is a nationally recognized speaker, author and educator for the plus-size population and the author of Real Fitness for Real Women. Rochelle earned her Master’s Degree at NYU specializing in her Plus-Size Exercise Program. She is an advance Somatic Experience Practitioner and a graduate of the CHRIS ® Technique and has been working passionately with the plus population since 1997. Rochelle has appeared on Fox News, ABC World News Tonight and the CBS Early Show. She has written numerous articles for IDEA Fitness Journal and the ACE Fitness Blog. She has spoken at IDEA, ACSM and the Medical Fitness Association conferences. Rochelle is a member of the National Speakers Association and an Accredited Speaker with Toastmasters International. She is also a member of IDEA, The Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH), the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) and the Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA). For more information, visit www.RochelleRice.com.
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