NFL ATHLETES, DRAFT PICKS TO PARTICIPATE IN OPENING CELEBRATION OF NEW SPORTS PERFORMANCE & MEDICINE CENTER AT FAIRMONT TURNBERRY ISLE ON FEB. 18
~Legendary Miami resort to offer nationâ€™s finest training and rehabilitation program through unique partnership with renowned Performance Coach Pete Bommarito,
leading Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Matthew Cooper~
WHAT: Several former University of Miami and current All-Pro players including San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore, Carolina Panthers linebacker Jon Beason and Chicago Bears tight end Greg Olsen, along with more than nine potential first and second round draft picks from Jason Pierre-Paul (University of South Florida), Carlos Dunlap (University of Florida) to University of Miamiâ€™s Jason Fox and Darryl Sharpton will be on-hand to help commemorate the opening of a new performance training and medicine center at Fairmont Turnberry Isle.
Led by Pete Bommarito of Bommarito Performance Systems and Dr. Matthew Cooper of USA Sports Therapy, the revolutionary fitness program will elevate the 300-acre resort to new heights positioning the Fairmont Turnberry Isle as an elite global destination for the most comprehensive health and wellness offerings in the country. Over $150,000 was spent on new state-of-the-art equipment including the AlterG treadmill, which uses NASA based anti-gravity technology. A superior level of training, rehabilitation and nutritional services is made available to Fairmont Turnberry Isle resort guests and private club members, locals and elite athletes.
WHEN: Thursday, February 18, 2010
5-7:30 p.m. **Grand opening celebration with wine and light bites, plus interview opportunities with NFL All-Pro players (Free and open to public)
WHERE: Willow Stream Spa at Fairmont Turnberry Isle
19999 West Country Club Drive
Note: Due to the programâ€™s rapid expansion, the center will be moving to a larger space at the Turnberry Isle Marina at 19735 Turnberry Way in Aventura, which also is affiliated with the resort.
RSVP: **Event open to public. Spaces are limited and RSVP is required by February 16.
To RSVP, call (305) 933-6590 or e-mail Jazine.Joyce@Fairmont.com
MORE: All attendees will be entered into a drawing to win one free enzyme examination
and urine analysis, plus one free assessment and three training sessions from
Bommarito Performance Systems.
ABOUT PETE BOMMARITO
Pete Bommarito, president of Bommarito Performance Systems, brings vast amounts of experience in both the athletic and general populations, and is considered to be one of the top coaches in the industry for his innovative, scientifically-based approach to sport-specific training. He and his world-renowned staff train hundreds of professional athletes a year in the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, MLS, USTA, PGA, and Track and Field. He also has extensive experience from his days at the IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla. where he most notably directed the country’s most successful NFL Combine Preparation Program, which produced 15 first-round draft picks in four years, including Eli Manning (#1 overall pick in the 2004 NFL draft), and worked with clients from the David Leadbetter Golf Academy, Nick Bolletieri Tennis Academy, Basketball Academy, Hockey Academy, Soccer Academy, and Baseball Academy.
ABOUT DR. MATTHEW COOPER
Dr. Matthew Cooper, president of USA Sports Therapy, is a certified chiropractic sports physician, specializing in sports rehabilitation, injury prevention and nutrition through enzyme therapy. His team remains on the cutting edge in treatment techniques and methodologies. His expertise lies in assessing the body and designing individualized rehabilitation techniques specific to ones injury, sports, nutritional composition and goals. He frequently lectures across the country on avoiding injuries at the gym through proper personal training methods. He has been featured on ABC News, ABC Morning News, CBS News, FOX News, Ocean Drive Magazine, Aventura Magazine, Hamptons Magazine and The Sun Post. Dr. Cooper also writes a monthly column for the Aventura News. He was a doctor for the Track and Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon in 2008 and for the Track and Field World Championships in Berlin, Germany in 2009.