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November 2019 Newsletter

Just what exactly is your "core"? Mike O'Hara answers that question and describes the function of the core muscles.  Jeff Tirrell answers the question--"But don't I need cardio?" Download Here

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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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October 2019 Newsletter

This month, Mike O'Hara discusses training muscles that you don't always think about training.  Video of the exercises he demonstrates is available on our youtube channel. He also discusses head pain after exercises and ways to control it.  Jeff Tirrell writes about fats and their caloric content. Download Here

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The Forgotten Foot–Part 4

The Forgotten Foot--Part 4 Anyone who has spent any time thinking about improving their fitness or body composition has probably considered specific body parts or movement patterns that they would like to improve or change.  One area that never gets much attention is the foot.  Nobody ever talks about wanting to strengthen, improve mobility/stability, or address function in any other manner when it comes to the foot.  This is unfortunate as the foot is arguably one of the most important players when it comes to overall health and function.  There are between 100,000-2000,000 sensory receptors in the bottom of your foot.  This is 3rd only to the mouth and hands.  Dr. Emily Splichal DPM uses this fact to draw attention…

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The Forgotten Foot–Part 3

The Forgotten Foot--Part 3 Anyone who has spent any time thinking about improving their fitness or body composition has probably considered specific body parts or movement patterns that they would like to improve or change.  One area that never gets much attention is the foot.  Nobody ever talks about wanting to strengthen, improve mobility/stability, or address function in any other manner when it comes to the foot.  This is unfortunate as the foot is arguably one of the most important players when it comes to overall health and function.  There are between 100,000-2000,000 sensory receptors in the bottom of your foot.  This is 3rd only to the mouth and hands.  Dr. Emily Splichal DPM uses this fact to draw attention…

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