The Only Summit To Attend This Year!

For one weekend you have the chance to pick the minds 
of the finest training and nutrition experts in the country and have fun while doing it!

MAY 15-17
JUST $199!

"The Best In the Country"

Ever Heard that Before?

Every year in the US hundreds of seminars, summits, and speaking engagements are formed to try and instruct athletes, fitness professionals, and weekend warriors on how to better succeed in their health, fitness, and business journeys.

The problem is that all of these seminars lack one thing, real social networking. They lack intimacy, and often feel awkward. 

In most cases you are lucky to see someone speak for an hour and then walk away never to see the speaker again. You see dozens of speakers spout the same things you could read in any certification book, and are left wanting more.

How does this summit change those things?

What makes it better than all other fitness summits every year?

1. After the lecture ends, the real fun and knowledge begins. 
JPFitness offers you the ability to not only ask questions and discuss problems during the summit, but afterwards at the pub too. You basically get unlimited access (ok, maybe not in their hotel rooms) to hang out, and ask four health and fitness experts at the top of their game anything that you want.

2. The friendship and fellowship is unmatched. No other summit features this type of camaraderie. The social events are actually social. Instead of talking about fitness because you don't know what else to talk about, you'll end up talking about your family, friends and interests. Just save the politics for the CE Forum please.

The 2009 JPFitness Summit features:

Lou Schuler 

Author and Health and Fitness Expert

Lou is an award-winning journalist, certified strength and conditioning specialist, and author and coauthor of many popular books about diet and strength training. And now Lou is the editorial director of, the online bodybuilding magazine.

His books include The New Rules of Lifting for Women (with coauthors Cassandra Forsythe and Alwyn Cosgrove), The New Rules of Lifting (with Alwyn Cosgrove), The Book of Muscle (with Ian King), The Home Workout Bible (with Mike Mejia and many other contributors), and The Testosterone Advantage Plan (with Jeff Volek, Mike Mejia, and Adam Campbell).

Alan Aragon
Author and Nutrition and Supplement Expert

Alan Aragon has over 15 years of success in the fitness field. He earned his Bachelor and Master of Science in Nutrition with top honors.

Alan is a continuing education provider for the Commission on Dietetic Registration, National Academy of Sports Medicine, American Council on Exercise, and National Strength & Conditioning Association. Alan recently presented to clinicians at the FDA and the annual conference of the Los Angeles Dietetic Association.

He maintains a private practice designing programs for recreational, Olympic, and professional athletes, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, and Anaheim Mighty Ducks. Alan is a contributing editor to Men's Health magazine, where he has a monthly column called "Ask The Weight Loss Coach".

Jamie Hale
Author and Expert on MMA Conditioning and Nutrition

Jamie Hale is Sports Conditioning Coach, author, gym owner and fitness and nutrition consultant. He has contributed to numerous national and international sports and exercise publications and has authored six books. Jamie is a member of the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame for his conditioning work with martial artists. He is considered by most in the fitness industry as a specialist in agility and comprehensive fitness training.

Jamie also develops comprehensive training programs for all facets of physical preparation and is acclaimed for his work with combat athletes. He trains people of all body types and fitness levels developing numerous training techniques.

Jamie's gym, Total Body Fitness, was featured in Men's Health March 2008 issue as one of the top 30 gyms in America

Leigh Peele
Author and Expert on Nutrition and Training

Leigh Peele is a NASM certified personal trainer, among other certifications and continued educations.

A nationally published author, Leigh Peele has written for magazines, online websites, and has been cited as an expert in both local and national fitness magazines. She has also worked with actors, models, fighters, and athletes all around the world primarly in fat loss and body recomposition with focus on metabolic recovery and has traveled to present to groups all over the country.

Staying up to date on current trends, Leigh currently has two books written: The Fat Loss Troubleshoot and The Metabolic Repair Manual.

Kansas City Missouri

The fun really takes place before and after the Summit

After being in Little Rock since its inception, the 2009 JPFitness Summit has found a new home: Kansas City, MO. With a metropolitan area of almost 2 million people, Kansas City has a major airport that has nonstop connections to 51 cities by over 12 airlines. (Hint: If you’re flying into Kansas City, check Southwest Airlines first.) If you’re thinking of driving, Kansas City is easily accessible in the middle of the country on Interstates 29, 35 and 70.

The Summit will be held at the Holiday Inn at the Plaza, just two blocks from the world famous Country Club Plaza. The Country Club Plaza offers top of the line restaurants and shopping amongst an atmosphere designed to mimic downtown Seville, Spain.

DO NOT make reservations with the hotel. Instead, please email We have reserved ample double rooms, and many participants choose to room with someone to help share costs. Please specify in the email who your roommate is, if you are looking for a roommate, if you don’t want a roommate and how many nights you will need a hotel room. Room rates are $99 per night. If you need a roommate, please visit the JPFitness Forum.

The summit will take place on Saturday May 16, and most of the attendees will arrive on Friday May 15th and depart on Sunday, May 17th. Feel free to come earlier and stay later and catch up with people that you haven’t seen in a while.

We will go for dinner and drinks as a group on Friday and Saturday at a Plaza restaurant and bar. All restaurants are within walking distance.


Don’t worry about renting a car if you’re flying because we’ve got you covered. If you are flying, please email your flight information when you reserve it to so that we can set up a transportation schedule. If someone from the summit can’t pick you up or take you, we will arrange to have a shuttle provide transportation at no cost to you.

If you do not provide your flight information, you are on your own for shuttle costs.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email or post a question at the forum.

You don’t want to miss this.