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Lee Brandon, CSCS: Driving the Distance From Tragedy to Triumph

Lee Brandon, CSCS is the Founder and CEO of AB-Vanced Neu-Spine® Technologies, LLC. She is an internationally recognized Strength and Conditioning Expert and educator with more than 30 years of experience in the fitness industry. Lee has the distinction of being the first female Assistant Strength Coach to work in the NFL, and has twice been recognized as the World Long Drive Champion, with drives exceeding 350 yards. She is a sought after consultant to multiple Division I Universities, military programs, professional sports teams, and Olympic athletes, and lectures to healthcare practitioners on numerous topics that bridge the gap between bad backs and elite performance. Lee is a well respected author, educator, motivational speaker and professional athlete who continues to be featured in numerous media outlets including Golf Digest, Sports Illustrated, the Golf Channel and ESPN.

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