Contact: Carl Horne 480-241-7914
April 18, 2012
After spending four years as the Strength and Conditioning Coach and Rehabilitation Specialist for the Los Angeles Clippers, Carl Horne was coaxed from Los Angeles to the valley by NBA standout Danny Manning in 1994 when Manning signed as a free agent with the Phoenix Suns. Horne has not only rehabilitated numerous professional athletes, but has also brought his unique holistic fitness programs to people from all walks of life.
On Saturday, April 28th, Horne is proud to announce the grand opening open house of In2One Wellness, a Holistic Wellness Center. There will be activities and demonstrations happening throughout the day from 10a.m. – 5p.m.
Join us for either short introductions to three exercises you won’t do anywhere else, or RSVP and take one of our 20-minute demonstrations.
10:00am – Taedaga – The eclectic blend of Tae Kwon Do, Dance and Yoga.
11:00am – Active Adult Lifestyle Enhancement Program -The “Boomer” solution to fitness, weight management and stress.
12:00pm – Student Athlete Developmental Program – The most effective, safest strength and conditioning program for student athletes.
1:00pm – Low Back Pain Solution – A specialized, corrective exercise program for pain management.
2:00pm – SwingPlex Golf Fitness – A exclusive sports specific training program for golf.
3:00pm – Trinity Method of Natural Weight Loss– A long term comprehensive, holistic weight management system.
4:00pm – Taedaga – The eclectic blend of Tae Kwon Do, Dance and Yoga.
About the In2OneWellness: In2One, LLC, is a 15-year old diversified wellness business located in Scottsdale Arizona. In2One Wellness offers a variety of unique holistic fitness, nutrition and weight loss programs. Our exercise programs are specially created for youth (sports performance), seniors (active lifestyles) and everyone in between. The programs are not taken from magazines, websites or copied from commercial videos.
Carl W. Horne, Jr. began his professional career as a professional modern ballet dancer with the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, in Denver, Colorado. He then studied health sciences at California State Dominguez Hills and began working as a clinically trained physical therapy technician for the Los Angeles Sports Medicine Clinic. From there he became the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers team’s strength and conditioning coach as well as its rehabilitation specialist. He is also a certified Black Belt in the Korean style of Taekwondo. He co-authored a popular fitness book, “Strengthen the NBA Way” and has produced several fitness articles for a variety of sports and health magazines.
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