Mr. Fabrocini is a clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy and sports performance training specialist. He has worked at the Aspen Club Sports Medicine Institute in various capacities since 1990. In 2008 he co-founded Aspen Core Fitness (ACF), a training company committed to developing state of the art training products and programs based upon sports science and research. Their newest product, the Rip Trainer, was recently sold to fitness industry giant TRX. Mr. Fabrocini now serves as an education consultant for TRX and is actively involved in both the development and certification of the TRX Rip Trainer courses. Many of Mr. Fabrocini’s rehabilitation concepts and training methods have been highlighted in several fitness magazines including Men’s Health, Skiing, Private Clubs. Outside Magazine, etc. He has also published numerous articles in training and medical journals along with producing several sports conditioning videos. Mr. Fabrocini is a frequent lecturer at medical and sports performance training conferences across the country. In addition, he is an active educator in youth sport development and consults for several schools and organizations including the Team Prep USA running academy in Crested Butte, CO. He has collaborated with several universities and medical facilities and recently headed up the exercise component of the Healthy Heart Study at Mass General Hospital in Boston, MA. Mr. Fabrocini is currently consulting with the author of Younger Next Year for the next publication in 2012. Younger Next Year was as on the New York Times best-seller list in 2004. His innovative approach and methods to the development of athletic skills have attracted a vast array of professional athletes and Olympians. These include former NBA Champion and MVP David Robinson, Olympic Snowboard Medalists Chris Klug and Gretchin Bleiler, Tennis Grand Slam Champions Martina Navratolova and Conchita Martinez, US Open Women’s Golf Champion Jane Geddes, former NFL rookie of the year Mike Croel, and several members of the US Ski Team, among the many other recreational athletes he sees daily. Mr. Fabrocini is involved with several local charities in the Aspen community. He served on the board of the Komen Aspen Ride for the Cure for four years and was the ride chair in 2007. He is the co-founder of The Voices for the Sled Dogs, an organization committed to improving the standards of care for sled dog operations.