Join us for the first annual "Fall Into Fitness Fest" Saturday October 14, 2017 from 8:30am-3:00pm. This event will be hosted by Bay Area Fitness and Nutrition in Mountain View located at 298 San Antonio Rd, Suite 300.
Regardless of if you are new to fitness or you are a seasoned vet, there will be something for all who join us!
If you'd like to join us, please contact IPF for more information! Here is the schedule for the day:
By Appointment, Body fat testing with BodySpec. Click here to set up your time.
Please note space is limited, so RSVP ASAP to reserve your spot.
8:30am-9:30am "People Powered" Group Fitness Class with Al Painter
Join IPF Founder Al Painter for People Powered" and get a bodyweight fitness experience. This primal PE class will use suspension training, Stick Mobility and YOU to get you pushing, pulling, lunging, squatting and having a blast working out in a group class environment. Please note space is limited to the first 20 people who RSVP by Thursday Oct 12, 2014 at 5pm. Click here to reserve your spot!
9:45am-10:45am Running Skills Clinic with James McCanne from A Runners' Mind Running Store
James will be sharing helpful tools with people with the goal of increasing their cadence. He will also introduce people to the concept of "controlled falling" to help them reduce heel impact as they run in addition to body alignment tips designed to improve running performance. Participants will then put this all together so they can enjoy their next run that much more!
11:00am-11:45 Beyond Healthy Eating Daniella Dayoub
Do you "eat healthy" but not see the benefits? Then learn how to better manage stress - a key factor in nutrition choices - using heart rate variability to quantify your lifestyle choices. Daniella will show the signs and signals to better know you if you're on the right track. And then learn how to further dial in your fitness routine by learning about heart rate variability and how HRV can help steer your efforts in the right direction Click here to reserve your spot!
11:45am-12:30pm The Basics of Assessing Heart Rate Variability with Karl Etzel
Discover the basics of Heart Rate Variability and it's application in the Lifestyle Assessment. The Lifestyle Assessment was developed by Firstbeat, the global leader in heart rate analytics, and has been used by hundreds of thousands of employees to identify meaningful lifestyle modifications to help them achieve greater health and performance.
12:45pm-1:45pm "Primal PE: DYI People Powered Workouts"
Join Al Painter from INTEGRATE Performance Fitness for a hands on workshop designed to help you dial in the basics of DYI suspension training and bodyweight workouts. Discover why owning your primal movements is the key to creating your own effectively fun people powered workouts. Attendees will also learn the foundations of how many, how much and how often to make putting together your fitness program that much easier! Space is limited to the first 10 people to RSVP by Thursday October 12, 2017 at 5pm. Click here to reserve your space!
2:00pm-3:00pm Fitness for Teenagers with Eva Scott
This is a small group class for teenage boys/ girls who want to learn safe and effective conditioning exercises in a non-competitive environment. The goals are to get stronger, feel more confident and have fun moving with peers. No previous experience required.
Our Lineup of Silicon Valley Fitness Professionals Includes:
Al Painter BA, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, Stick Mobility Level 1 Coach, TRX
With over 16 years of award winning fitness industry experience, Al has developed a proven approach to getting more fit: basics work BEST. He has used this methodology with everyone from Silicon Valley endurance athletes to professional, collegiate and high school athletes and all populations in between to get them to perform their best and reduce their chances of getting injured. Since he's had his amazing kids, he now also specializes in helping busy parents fit in fitness at home!
Al has been named "Top Community Dad" by Building Peaceful Families, "Best Bay Area Personal Trainer" by CitySports Magazine as well as a "People's Choice Award" winner from the Palo Alto Daily News. He is also a Co-Founder of Bay Area Fitness and Nutrition. Click here for more about Al.
Daniella Dayoub founder of Dfitlife.
Whole Health Nutrition Educate, National Institute of Whole Health, NASM CES/PES, EFFA Barefoot Rehab Specialist, NCSF-CPT, TRX GSTC/STC as well as a co-founder of Bay Area Fitness and Nutrition. Once Daniella started getting more interested with eating an Ancestral-type diet, it made a dramatic positive impact on her life.
Embracing saturated fats, animal products, and "veggies galore" has helped her refine her approach in the kitchen for both herself and those that she helps. Click here for more about Daniella.
Eva Scott, Z-Health, ACSM, TRX, Crossfit, FMS
Born and raised in Brunswick, Germany, Eva attended the Sports University of Cologne and received a degree in Exercise Physiology. She pursued her passion for teaching fitness and began training clients upon graduation, both individually and in groups.
Eva Scott is highly certified in the health and fitness field and has had many years of experience training teenagers. She believes that everybody is an athlete and can improve the skills leading to a healthier future.
Click here to get more information on Eva's training services.
Karl Etzel has worked in the Silicon Valley tech industry for seventeen years, following five years as an officer and nuclear engineer in the US Navy. He began studying and using heart rate based training methods as an endurance athlete in the early 1990’s.
As Firstbeat’s representative in North America for their OEM and wellness business lines he has a unique perspective on how heart rate variability is being deployed today and where it is headed in the future.
James McCanne From "A Runner's Mind in Los Altos"
James is a USATF certified coach with aspirations to run a sub 3 hour marathon, qualify for Boston, and coach my little girl one day. His running experience includes everal marathons, a 50K, and over 100 races of various distances completed since 2010...and counting.