I have now been lifting weights for over half of the time I've been alive. I have a degree in Kinesiology, completed a 3 month internship where I learned advanced programming methods and trained pro athletes, and have like 5 different certifications. I have spent thousands of hours watching YouTube videos, reading textbooks and articles, and soaking up everything I can about training, nutrition, and fitness in general. I have trained for and competed in amateur strongman, powerlifting, and bodybuilding contests....In the 20 or so hours I got to spend this past weekend learning from and being coached by @mad_scientist_duffin and the @kabukistrengthlab team I picked up more applicable information with regards to lifting mechanics, setup, movement prep, and corrective exercise than I have since the age of 14. Myself and the majority of the 40-50 seasoned lifters, trainers, chiropractors, physical therapists, and doctors felt like we had got under a barbell for the first time at this seminar with the amount of novel information we received this weekend. I cannot express my thanks enough to them and suggest that anyone who lifts weights go out of their way to attend a KMS seminar.