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Pressurize Your Anatomical Inner Tube

Pressurize Your Anatomical Inner Tube Push Up Position Planks The center of the body is a cylindrical tube of interwoven muscle and fascia.  On the top and bottom, you have the diaphragm and pelvic floor.  The sides are reinforced by the oblique muscles and across the front by the rectus and tranverse abdominus muscles.  These muscles work together to create pressure inside the cylinder.  The tension capacity of our “anatomical inner tube” allows us to lift, carry, push, and pull loads that would overwhelm any single joint in the spine.  Developing better tension strength will improve athleticism and reduce injuries.  One of the best exercises to improve tension strength is the Push Up Position Plank. Push Up Position Planks –…

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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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March 2019 Newsletter

In his article, "Hoop Dreams", Mike O'Hara tells how to train your "six pack".  Video demonstration of the exercises is available on our youtube channel (youtube) Did you know that how many push ups you can do is a better indicator of heart health than the traditional treadmill test?  Read "Push Ups and Longevity" to learn more.  Starting an exercise program? Read Jeff Tirrell's advice on how to get started in "Starting Slow". Download Here

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March 2016 Newsletter

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. Download Here

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