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Recruit More Glute

Recruit More Glute Wake Up Your Gluteals With Stick Bridges The muscles that cover the back and side of our hips are called the gluteus maximus and medius. The “glutes” are the primary drivers of human propulsion and power production. Properly functioning gluteals protect your knees and lumbar spine from injury. Unfortunately, many people have glutes that operate at less than optimal levels. “Gluteal amnesia” is the term used by physical therapists and strength coaches. Nearly all back and knee pain patients require restorative glute training. Most fitness clients are unaware of how much better they can function after dedication to a glute activation program. Read the rest of this article and watch the video for a demonstration of a…

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February 2019 Newsletter

Learn how to keep your shoulders healthy in Mike's article, "Graceful Shoulder Aging". Jeff Tirrell gives some practical advice on how to train, and Mike explains the importance of changing your fitness routine. Download Here

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January 2019 Newsletter

Learn how some simple exercises can reduce or prevent lower back pain in Mike O'Hara's article "Daily Lower Back Pain Meditation". Jeff Tirrell explains the importance of working with a qualified trainer in a small group. Do you know the five fitness numbers everyone should know? Download Here

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August 2017 Newsletter

Learn how to keep your spinal stabilizers strong by performing side planks. Mike O'Hara explains this in his article, "Learning to Lean", and includes video demonstration and explanation of the importance keeping your stabilizers strong to stand up to the demands of daily life. It's time for another Fenton Fitness Love Your Jeans Challenge--see page 3 for more information. In his article, "The Periodization of Nutrition", Jeff Tirrell gives tips on optimizing dietary intake. Download Here

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December 2015 Newsletter

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. Download Here

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