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Aspen Sports Summit: Do Not Miss It.

One of the best parts of living in Aspen is the vast array of cultural, educational and entertainment options...in addition to our fabulous landscape.  

One upcoming event that I am truly excited about is the Aspen Sports Summit, a two day conference scheduled for March 27 & 28 at Aspen Meadows.   Aspen Sports Summit will bring together top professionals in the fields of HEALTH, FITNESS, MEDICINE and SPORTS TRAINING to present their cutting-edge ideas about how one can achieve peak physical performance.  These industry leaders will cover a wide spectrum of topics about the human body, health and fitness and the best ways to get the most out of your physical, mental and nutritional training.   Aspen Sports Summit is Education with a Mission.

Click  ASPEN SPORTS SUMMIT to get all the info and to register.

Presented by Bill Fabrocini and The Aspen Club, Aspen Sports Summit will have something for everyone. Whether you're a professional athlete (almost everyone in Aspen is, right?) a competitive amateur or just an old ski bum like me...you're sure to learn something at Aspen Sports Summit that will help you improve your athletic performance and keep you healthy.  

Click the SCHEDULE to review the agenda and click SPEAKERS to see the talented group of health and medical professionals.   

Aspen Sports Summit is a "do not miss" event.  We look forward to seeing you there.

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