Bill Fabrocini is a clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy and a sports performance training coach. He has worked at the Aspen Club Sports Medicine Institute in various capacities since 1989, along with running his own training and consulting business. During his 30-year career, he has designed exercise programs for several prestigious companies in the private and public sectors. He has also worked with athletes from a broad range of fields including Olympic medalists, professional and collegiate sports, ballet dancers and companies, youth sport organizations, and everyday recreational athletes. Most recently he served as the rehabilitation and strength conditioning advisor for the Guadalajara Chivas in the Mexican professional soccer league.
In addition to his work with athletes, Mr. Fabrocini specializes in chronic injuries such as back and hip pathology that are the result of repetitive movement dysfunctions. He has focused much of his work on the integrative concepts of posture, stability and mobility, and how they influence human movement.
Mr. Fabrocini is also the cofounder of Aspen Core Fitness (ACF), the company that produced the TRX Rip Trainer and accompanying exercise programs. He served as a TRX consultant for several years, educating fitness professionals throughout North America. He is a frequent presenter at national and international medical and fitness conferences and symposia. In 2015, he created the Aspen Sports Summit to bring together leaders in sports medicine, fitness and health to educate professionals, while raising funds for various philanthropic organizations that make a difference in the world.
Mr. Fabrocini has authored numerous articles that have been published in prominent journals, including the National Strength and Conditioning Journal and the American Council on Exercise Certified News. His training methods and rehabilitation concepts have been featured in several fitness magazines, including Men’s Health, Skiing, Private Clubs, and Outside Magazine.
Most recently, Mr. Fabrocini coauthored and helped create the exercise program in the “Younger Next Year Back Book,” the highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times best-seller “Younger Next Year.” He also produced the accompanying DVD series that supplemented the book “Preparation for Movement” and “The Sacred 25 and Beyond.”
When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with family and friends and biking with his dogs. He is actively involved with several charities related to both human and animal welfare.