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A Powerful Pair of Rip Trainer Drills

A Powerful Pair of Rip Trainer Drills Ten Minutes to Better Core Strength, Balance, and Posture A rip trainer is a four foot long bar with resistance tubing attached to one end.  The tubing can be anchored at different levels, and the rip trainer used to provide three-dimensional resistance for many different movement patterns.  Over the years, I have found the pairing of two rip trainer drills produces excellent results with nearly all fitness clients.  Many clients find the carry over to real life activity is so pronounced that they have purchased rip trainers for home use.  Read the remainder of this article and watch a video demonstration of each of the drills. If you are new to the rip…

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The Change Challenge

The Change Challenge For the Next Twelve Training Sessions Go into any gym and you will see people working their biceps and pectoral muscles one day, deltoids and triceps the next day, and occasionally some form of leg press or knee extension for a leg day.  This “muscle isolation” training comes from the drug enhanced world of bodybuilding.  For the average fitness client and any athlete, isolating muscles is of little value.  The muscles are slaves to the orders sent from the brain.  Your brain recognizes movement patterns--crawl, hip hinge, squat--not individual muscles.  The drivers of performance and fitness are the neural and hormonal changes produced by exercise.  Isolation exercises dampen that neural response.  For many fitness clients, isolation exercise…

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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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July 2019 Newsletter

This month, Mike O'Hara discusses the most important training patterns to perform in order to stay independent as you age. Video demonstration can be seen using the link at the end of the article.  Mike also writes about training your legs to prevent injury in his article, Give Your Legs Some Love. Meet some Fenton Fitness members--Nicole and Carl Pearson. Download Here

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December 2018 Newsletter

Mike O'Hara gives tips for aging gracefully and staying fit in his article, The Five Don'ts of Sustainable Fitness. Learn the importance of increasing mobility and stability in order to get stronger, and discover how a simple test that measures how well you get up from the floor can tell a lot about whether or not your fitness program is working. Download Here

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