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Meet Kirk Wiley

Meet Kirk Wiley I first met Kirk Wiley when he came to Fenton Fitness in January of 2016 after just finishing up physical therapy with Mike O’Hara.  Kirk had previously completed an Ultra Marathon and was on the path to doing so once again.  At 50 years old, he weighed 233 lbs. and had 32.3% body fat at our first visit.  Kirk started our Nutrition Coaching program, began supervised training with us once a week, and followed a training plan we put together for him on one or two more days.  In his first nine months with us, he got down to 204 lb.s and 25% body fat.  After a foot injury while hiking/climbing out west that wouldn’t resolve while…

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September 2019 Newsletter

In this month's issue, Mike O'Hara tells you how to get your glutes and hamstrings working in "Reboot Your Glute".  He also gives a simple exercise program to improve posture caused by too much tech.  Exercises are demonstrated and you can view videos of them on our youtube channel using the links in the article.  Jeff Tirrell gives tips on success using VIP. Download Here

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August 2019 Newsletter

Many of you have joined Mike O'Hara for Saturday Solutions, where he provides as assessment and advice on problems with movement restrictions or pain that our members are having. A frequent question for Mike is what to do about shoulder pain. In the August issue of our newsletter, Mike gives a comprehensive program of exercises that can be performed to reduce shoulder pain. Jeff Tirrell writes about environmental factors that could be preventing you from being successful in reaching your goals, and we also provide a run down of some new classes that will be offered this fall. Download Here

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June 2019 Newsletter

This month, Mike O'Hara shares exercises to improve spinal rotation.  Jeff Tirrell tells how to build better goals, and Mike tells you what you need to know about lumbar surgery. Download Here

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Four Fitness Rules to Live By

Four Fitness Rules to Live By 1) Have Fun A mediocre training plan done consistently trumps a perfect training plan done infrequently. This was one of the hardest concepts for me to grasp as a young personal trainer and strength coach. With all of the knowledge and experience we gain, we often want to use all of the evidence of research and advice of more experienced individuals to put together the most meticulous, well thought out, perfect training plan. Almost any experienced coach or trainer will agree that repeatedly showing up is the most important variable in achieving long term, sustainable progress. If trainers forget the importance of a client enjoying their training plan, they miss a fundamental principle. The…

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