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Fenton Fitness Workout Turf AreaFenton Fitness and Athletic Center is the area’s premier facility in the field of physical fitness and conditioning. We are the best training facility in the area with an attentive and knowledgeable staff in a clean, comfortable environment. We provide the newest, most innovative equipment to inspire and challenge you to reach your fitness goals.

We are committed to helping you achieve results.

At Fenton Fitness, it’s not about buying a gym membership. It’s about buying a gym membership you can use. We offer superior training programs and nutrition coaching to help you develop a healthier and more functional body. Our methods make you a more efficient mover, so you can live, play, and perform at optimal levels.

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NEW!!-FFAC Barbell Club

Looking for some friendly competition?  See what the Fenton Fitness Barbell Club has to offer.  More information….

Nutrition Coaching

We now offer Nutrition Coaching with Program Director, Jeff Tirrell.

Our Nutrition Coaching Program is a systematic approach to eliminating deficiencies, implementing key behaviors, adjusting nutrient quantities, and educating the client in a simple, step-by-step way.

Each client is asked to prepare a 3 day food log to increase intake awareness, is assessed and evaluated to determine a starting point for nutritional advice, and is given an exercise program designed to meet the client’s unique needs.  To encourage accountability and support, follow up appointments are scheduled every two weeks to measure progress and adjust the plan accordingly.

Through Nutrition Coaching, we offer nutrition advice, fitness education, accountability, and support to help our clients reach their full potential by maximizing results.

Nutrition Coaching is available to all Fenton Fitness members for 3 months, 6 months, or 12 months.

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Better Performance and Fewer Injuries With Lateral Lunge Progressions

by Michael O’Hara, PT, OCS, CSCS

Most of the exercise performed in the gym is in the forward – backward (sagittal plane) direction. Elliptical, rower, treadmill, leg press, squats, deadlifts, reverse Yugoslavian sit ups, and the ever present recumbent bike are all sagittal plane activities. In life, and on the field of play, our legs need to be able move through all planes of motion.   Read more………………….

Fracture Facts

by Michael O’Hara, PT, OCS, CSCS

Worldwide, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men will experience osteoporotic fractures. Read more………………….