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South African Water Fitness Association Invites Lynda to Teach in South Africa, March 10-25, 2018

Lynda will be teaching in Cape Town, Pretoria, and Durban, South Africa in March, 2018.

IAFC, Innisbrook, Florida, May 14-19, 2018

This year, Lynda will teach “Post Rehab Fitness” and “Heal Your Knees and Hips.”

In-Residence Water Rehab Authority at Rancho La Puerta, Baja California, Mexico, Aug 5-12, 2017

Lynda was the headliner for Water Rehab Week at Rancho La Puerta. She taught a packed water exercise class each morning, then a smaller, more mellow group of those who needed water rehab every afternoon.

Lynda Taught at the Oaks at Ojai, July 8-9, 2017

Lynda taught 2 classes:

On July 8 at 2pm: Aquaplyometrics

On July 9 at 11am: Aqua Cardio

IAFC, Innisbrook, FL, May 15 – 20, 2017

On May 17, Lynda taught “Run Like an Olympian in the Pool.”

ATRI National Conference, San Diego,  October 27-30, 2016

Lynda taught three classes in San Diego: “Heal Your Hip” and “Athletic Rehab” on October 28 and “Heal Your Knees” on October 29.

Just before the start of Lynda’s class last year on Knee Prehab and Rehab.

Pierpont Racket Club, Ventura, California, Sat., September 17, 2016

Lynda taught “Athletic Rehab” and “Waterpower Workouts for Knees & Hips,” offering CECs from the Aquatic Exercise Association (AEA) for both classes. Of the large turnout, many were students in local water exercise classes who were seeking their own answers for knee and hip pain.

ATRI International Conference, Sanibel, Florida, June 21-24, 2016

Lynda taught “Heal Your Knees” on June 21.

She taught “Heal Your Hips” on June 22.

Lynda Huey Receives 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award at IAFC

Each year AEA awards one recipient with the Lifetime Achievement Award for many years of leadership and dedication to the aquatic fitness industry.

Lynda taught “Waterpower for Hips and Knees” to a full pool on May 12th, 2016.

On May 13th, 2016, Lynda taught the next generation of aquatic rehab coaches how to design athletic rehab programs.

Lynda Huey and Ruth Sova at Two-Day Event in Seattle, Washington, March 19-20, 2016

Twenty students came to Lynda’s all-day course titled “Latest Concepts in Aquatics for Hips and Knees.”

Lynda and four students enjoying the 92-degree pool at Heritage House Retirement Center in Seattle.

Book signing with Dr. Klapper for Heal Your Hips, 2nd Edition, Cedars-Sinai Medical Library, January, 20, 2016

Lynda and the entire CompletePT marketing team were present to support this event and to answer questions about using the pool to prevent hip surgery.

ATRI at the Westin O’Hare Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, November 12-14, 2015

Lynda taught two classes at the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute’s regional conference at Chicago’s Westin O’Hare Hotel. On November 12, 2015, she taught a full-day course titled “Rehab for Hip Implants, Arthroscopy, and Labral Repairs.” On November 13, 2015, she taught “Knees: Prehab and Rehab.”

Lynda taught her latest techniques for all varieties of surgical and non-surgical hips.

Videographer David Garacci chatted with Lynda prior to the shoot of each of her classes.

KTLA’s Gayle Anderson Features the Latest Information from Heal Your Hips 2nd Edition at CompletePT

Orthopedic surgeon Robert Klapper, M.D. joined Lynda Huey for two live TV segments and one pre-recorded segment at CompletePT on Thursday, November 5, 2015. A 2nd edition of Heal Your Hips was needed to highlight the latest medical and surgical advances in hip preservation. Dr. Klapper explained hip resurfacing as well as the newest diagnosis in hip care, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Finding FAI lets people know that their hip may begin a downward spiral and helps guide them to appropriate activities and treatments.

Lynda Huey explained that as surgical technologies have advanced, her pool protocols have had to keep up – changes were made so that only appropriate movements are included that protect healing structures after surgery.

Lecture and Book Signing with Dr Klapper

Later that evening, Dr. Klapper and Lynda Huey had a lecture and book signing event at CompletePT. Listeners of his “Weekend Warrior Show” on ESPN attended as did Twitter followers and some of Dr. Klapper’s and CompletePT’s patients. Nearly thirty people heard both authors speak and many people there had specific questions for Dr. Klapper about their own hips. His colorful, entertaining style was incredibly educational and fun.

Heal Yours Hips: How to Prevent Hip Surgery and What to Do If You Need It

By orthopedic surgeon Robert Klapper, MD and Lynda Huey

The 2nd Edition of Heal Yours Hips is now available! The official publication date is October 13, 2015, and we are now accepting orders, which are coming in from around the English-speaking world. Over 150 photos, 352 pages of education on how to navigate through the medical labyrinth with hip pain using pool programs to regain strength and mobility and avoid surgery.

Lynda Huey Interview for the BBC

Producer, David Tryhorn, flew to Los Angeles to interview Lynda Huey regarding the Olympic Project for Human Rights. Tommie Smith and John Carlos from San Jose State stood on the victory stand in Mexico City in 1968 with upraised black-gloved fits – a silent gesture that rocked the sports world and triggered greater opportunities for black athletes and coaches. Lynda Huey’s autobiography, A Running Start: An Athlete, A Woman documented that time period when she trained on the San Jose State track with those athletes and others as she felt the Black Power movement growing around her. Three chapters of her book focus on that topic. Her comments were included in the BBC documentary that aired during the Rio 2016 Olympics. If you’d like to watch this piece, email Lynda and she can send you the link. LyndaHuey@CompletePT.com

Five chapters of Lynda’s autobiography details the events that led up to and followed her two teammates’ iconic moment on the victory stand.

Lynda Huey is a guest speaker on RunnersConnect

7+ Ways Cross Training Will Make You A Better, Stronger, Runner- Alan Webb, Darren Brown & Lynda Huey.


Alan Webb is the current American Record Holder in the mile who is now becoming a triathlete. He used swimming early in his career to build cardiovascular power without running. Daren Brown was sub-4-minute miler who now coaches his wife, Sarah Brown, a world-class middle-distance runner.

Robert Reiff lends his “Magic Light” to the hip book photo shoot.

Working on a possible cover shot

Orthopedic surgeon, Robert Klapper, MD, examines an elite bicyclist’s hip.

Lynda gave the Grand Opening Address at the International Aquatic Therapy Symposium in Brazil

Sept. 5, 2014, 150 attendees.

Lynda spoke about “Preventing Knee and Hip Surgeries,” and took a small group of participants into the local university’s diving well to experience the benefits of deep-water exercise. Dozens more watched from the stands. Everywhere Lynda went, the pools were mostly shallow and there were few flotation belts.  The CompletePT belts Lynda took with her were quickly purchased by the physical therapists and students as well as her books, DVDs, and laminated exercise sheets.

Upon Lynda’s return, it was clear that Facebook keeps people connected.  Lynda is now friends with several dozen Brazilian “fisioterapistas.”

Giving Pool Workouts to a Top Marathoner

Distance runners, especially marathoners, flock to Mammoth, California, to train at the town’s 7,500 feet of elevation.  Training at altitude where the oxygen level is considerably lower than at sea level allows athletes to increase their red blood cell count, which in turn enables them to deliver more oxygen to the muscles when they return to lower altitudes for competition.

Mammoth is home to several of America’s top marathoners.  Meb Keflezighi won the Boston Marathon earlier this year with Joshphat (“JB”) Boit running alongside until mile 20.  JB dropped back, was passed by five others and came in 7th.  Meb was born in Eritrea; JB was born in Kenya.  Today both are U.S. citizens.  When Lynda vacationed there in mid-September, she took JB in the pool three days in a row because a calf injury was preventing him from running on land.  After each session came stretching and the kicking exercises.  At the end, JB said he felt like he had had a good work out.  That’s the ultimate goal, so mission accomplished!

Photo Shoot in Pacific Palisades

Recently, we shot new underwater photos.   Lynda has used LaReine Chabut in four books, so has a library of photos already.  By using the same pool, the same photographer, and the same model, we are able to have continuity in showing exercises that look very similar.

Underwater photographer and Lynda Huey line up the shot, as seen on the right.

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