Bill Ross is offering a free health & fitness workshop at his fitness center, Major League Conditioning Centers
Phoenix, AZ (July 5, 2016) Bill Ross, former Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Kansas City Royals is a man on a mission. He has had the privilege of training some of the top athletes in the world (including Bo Jackson and George Brett) and he wants to help the every day person experience what a healthy lifestyle is all about. He is offering a free workshop at his Phoenix-based clinic, which he calls ‘Conversations with Bill’ where he will discuss health, nutrition, and fitness.
According to Ross, “many people have a preconceived notion of exercise and nutrition, thinking they know what do to but just don’t do it… Often those techniques may not help them achieve their weight and health goals and they ultimate experience constant frustration and give up.”
At this workshop, Ross will discuss how moderation in both exercise and nutrition is far more effective than so many of the diets and exercise fads that we have been led to believe are so effective. Bill will discuss his revolutionary 30-Minute Workout that provides people twice the results in half the time.
Ross’s 30-Minute Workout program has been used by his clients ranging in age from teenagers to octogenarians.
Here are the details for the event:
Location: Major League Conditioning Centers
6210 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85014
Date: Thursday, July 7, 2016
Registration is free and seating is limited. Please register at:
http://billrossjuly.eventbrite.com/ or contact Major League Conditioning Centers at 602-230-8581.
About Major League Conditioning Centers: Major League Conditioning Centers (MLCC), established in 1988, is a physical fitness environment unlike any other. It was created to bring the secrets of optimum performance conditioning and injury prevention, usually reserved for professional athletes, to any individual who is serious about being their best.
Unlike health clubs and other group fitness programs, MLCC is founded on the principle that you are unique in body and mind and your fitness program should reflect your personal choices and characteristics.