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Changing Priorities

Changing Priorities There are five components to any well-designed fitness program.  Cardiorespiratory capacity, strength training, injury prevention, mobility enhancement, and muscle endurance. Most fitness participants prioritize the five components in this manner: Cardiorespiratory Capacity Muscle Endurance Mobility Enhancement Strength Training Injury Prevention A typical training session consists of 30 minutes of cardio, multiple sets of high repetition muscle isolation exercises finished off with a series of stretches.  The top three components are involved in every workout.  Strength training and injury prevention are generally ignored.  This is the reason most people fail to achieve fitness results and often end up injured. Most fitness participants would be better served if they completely reversed that prioritization: Injury Prevention Strength Training Mobility Enhancement Muscle…

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July 2017 Newsletter

Discover the difference between muscle soreness following exercise activity and pain you should be concerned about in "Do I Have A Problem?". Jeff Tirrell gives advice for women on optimizing performance and Mike O'Hara discusses training priorities for those over forty. Download Here

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August 2016 Newsletter

The August Newsletter includes an article by Mike O'Hara, PT on training the muscles of the torso.  Included are exercises for training with video demonstration.  Also by Mike is an article on training to prevent Achille's tendon injury--the most injured tendon among recreational runners.  Be sure to check out the Fenton Fitness Love Your Jean Challenge. Download Here

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