Fitness: In the Gym - At Home - On the Road!
We are pleased to present Scott Keppel, the owner of Scott’s Training
Systems ( www.scottstrainingsystems.com) and nationally certified personal
fitness coach. Scott has been changing bodies and lives for more than 17
years. Scott will present exercise and nutrition tips useful for busy lawyers
seeking to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Scott will focus on practical workouts
useful in the gym, at home, or in a hotel room. By incorporating practical
information concerning eating tips, using resistance bands, optimal repetition ranges and sets, supplemented with written materials, Scott will provide
each attendee with a wealth of helpful take-aways. Attendees are invited to
wear workout clothing, but exercise participation is not required to gain
from Scott’s considerable expertise.
Thursday, June 20 • 7 a.m. – 8 a.m.
Scott’s distinctive approach to fitness focuses on understanding the individual’s personality, profession, and fitness goals,
then tailoring a complete exercise and nutrition plan to exceed their wellness goals. Scott has been featured as a fitness
expert on several news stations, websites and publications with specializations in weight loss management, pre/post natal,
post breast cancer, competition prep, and design of efficient workouts for the business professional. Scott and his team
can help individuals at all levels.
Volunteer at a
Wills for Heroes Program!
Saturday, June 22 • 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Volunteer as the State Bar of Arizona hosts a
day-long event to provide free wills, living wills, and
powers of attorney to first responders from across
Maricopa County. Since June 2005, more than 300 of your
colleagues have contributed more than 10,000 pro bono
hours to provide free estate planning documents to over
7,000 first responders in Arizona. Thanks in part to
the success of Arizona’s program, Wills for Heroes has
become a national movement. The Wills for Heroes
Foundation, started in April 2007, is a charitable non-
profit organization based in Tucson dedicated to pro-
viding support and services to
America’s first responders and
to assisting bar associations
across the country with
implementing new Wills for
Heroes programs. With
programs in more than
20 states, Wills for Heroes
has helped more than
30,000 first responders. For
information about the Wills for
Heroes program, please visit http://az.willsforheroes.org
Mindfulness for Breakfast
Friday, June 21 • 7 a.m. – 8 a.m.
Get your Friday off to a serene and balanced start
with yoga and meditation. Alisa Gray will lead the class
in all-levels gentle yoga, followed by meditation instruction with Judge Roland Steinle. No experience required.
No props necessary. Just bring your stiff joints and open
mind and they’ll take care of the rest.
Roland Steinle is a
Superior Court Judge.
Off the bench, he is
a certified teacher in
lifestyle), and the
Seven Spiritual Laws
of Yoga. He has been
designated a Vedic
Master. In addition to
being a shareholder at
Tiffany & Bosco in Phoenix, Alisa Gray is a certified yoga
instructor and regularly teaches at Desert Song Yoga
and Massage in Phoenix ( www.desertsongyoga.com)
and, when asked, to various groups of attorneys and