This month, Mike O’Hara discusses how to add planks to your training and how to progress this exercise to make it more challenging. Video demonstration of all the variations can be found by using the link provided in the article. Jeff Tirrell explains how it’s never too late to begin an exercise program.
This month’s issue has information on the lumbopelvic hip complex including written/video exercises. Mike O’Hara also gives information on unstable pressing exercises to improve posture and improve motor control and symmetry. Also read about the Becoming Unstoppable clinic for athletes 13 years and older that will be help April 30th at Fenton Fitness.
This month’s articles include information on pain in the forearm and how to prevent it. Mike discusses core strength in his article “Super Stiffness” and we outline the benefits of working out with a friend or family member.
In this issue, Mike O’Hara, PT discusses the importance of strong, well-functioning upper back muscles. Exercises, including video, are presented. Jeff Tirrell gives us ways to keep all those New Year’s fitness resolutions, and Mike gives fitness tips to make your program more successful.
In this issue, we learn that timing is everything when it comes to achieving greater fitness results, and Mike shares a story about a patient with a common fitness problem. The simple solution may surprise you. Many of our members have found motivation through competition. Read about all the ways to experience friendly competition in and out of the gym and make reaching your goals more fun! Continue to follow our Fight the Fat exercise and nutrition tips to keep from tipping the scale this holiday season.
In this issue, Mike O’Hara explains why we need stronger, not longer, hamstrings and demonstrates a few basic exercises to improve their function. Our Fight the Fat support group continues as we encourage you to follow our posts for exercise and nutrition tips to survive the holidays. You’ll also discover three things that instantly improve your rotator cuff training. As we head into the holiday season, read about all the different ways to give the gift of fitness to your friends and family. Give the gift that really matters– the gift of good health.
In this issue, Mike O’Hara discusses the keys to a successful fitness program, we highlight a 79 year old member of Fenton Fitness who is determined to fight off osteoporosis, Jeff Tirrell answers questions about supplements, and Mike shows us exercise to improve posture.
If you suffer from tension type headaches, you won’t want to miss this issue. Learn the causes and path to follow to find relief. Hanging on to extra pounds? Maybe it’s the medication you’re taking…Also find information on our upcoming Core Training Seminar. Save the date: Saturday, Oct. 24th!
In this issue, learn what you can do to help prevent or reduce elbow pain. Why are we seeing more and more children in our PT clinics for back and neck pain? The answer may surprise you. Also, learn why our training programs work and read about our two latest equipment additions.
This summer, take time to remove your shoes and do your feet a favor. In his article Tenderfoot Training, Mike O’Hara, P.T. covers four simple steps to better foot and ankle function. Jeff’s story about women on weights explains why strength training leads to better body composition and Amy highlights a few members who have used weights to see big results. We round out our issue with fracture facts that everyone should know.
This month, Mike O’Hara gives information and clavicle injuries and their prevention. Jeff Tirrell reminds us of the importance of eating well while traveling, and Amy Warner makes suggestions on finding time to work out in the busy summer time. Be sure to read Mike’s article on how footwear, flip flops in particular, can contribute to knee and hip pain.
This month, Mike shares a story of rotator cuff coordination and some useful exercises to train your shoulder. Jeff simplifies our complex thoughts of training and nutrition, and we round out the issue with training tips to avoid building body fat.