Reader at the Living Room on Thursday

Olympic beach volleyballer joining trainer Marc St. Jules at meet-and-greet with fans

MARTIN READER HAS trained with Marc St. Jules for the past several years.

Canadian Olympic beach volleyball player Martin Reader has returned home for a week and will be speaking at the Living Room this Thursday, Oct. 4 from 6-7 p.m.

“Martin will be doing meet and greets, pictures and signing autographs along with a summary of his Olympic journey,” said Marc St. Jules, who opened his new boutique training facility this week.

“Martin will also be touching base on life skills through sport, the importance of sport-specific training and promoting St. Jules Junior Athlete Development Program which Martin is a five-year veteran of and ambassador for. A $10 donation at the door will be requested with all proceeds benefiting Comox Valley KidSport,” St. Jules added.

The Living Room is located at 278 Anderton Ave. above Comox ReMax. For more information call 250-702-7188 or click www.stabilizertraining.com.

 

– The Living Room

 

 

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