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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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Start At The End

Start At The End Invert Conventional Care This is how most neck and head pain patients travel through the medical system in a search for relief. They begin with medications—non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, non-opiate pain meds, muscle relaxers, and central nervous system modulating drugs.  This can go on for weeks, months, and even years. Progression of pain or just no improvement in symptoms leads to imaging- an x ray, CT scan, and / or the ever popular MRI.  Despite the fact that nearly everyone has something wrong on their cervical imaging, care is now directed at the faulty anatomy.  There is your problem--you need a specialist.  Next patient. The persistent pain must be caused by this anatomical alteration so site-specific injections and…

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Core Progressions–Part 5

Core Progressions--Part 5 Adductor Side Planks At Fenton Fitness, we love training the core to be a strong, stiff stabilizer.  The stronger and more stable the core becomes, the lower the risk of injury to the spine, and the more strength and power the rest of the body can display.  Over the next few weeks, we will present five unique core progressions we’ve been using at Fenton Fitness over the last year that we’ve really been enjoying.  Check them out, give them a try, and let us know what you think.  All progressions will be posted on our website. Adductor Side Planks- Traditional side planks challenge the lateral core and your glutes.  This progression shifts the focus to the lateral…

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Core Progressions–Part 4

Core Progressions--Part 4 PUP Walkouts At Fenton Fitness, we love training the core to be a strong, stiff stabilizer.  The stronger and more stable the core becomes, the lower the risk of injury to the spine, and the more strength and power the rest of the body can display.  Over the next few weeks, we will present five unique core progressions we’ve been using at Fenton Fitness over the last year that we’ve really been enjoying.  Check them out, give them a try, and let us know what you think.  All progressions will be posted on our website. PUP Walk Outs- After mastering a plank, we will often progress our clients to long lever planks (where the elbows are placed…

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Core Progressions–Part 3

Core Progressions--Part 3 Band Resisted Rollouts At Fenton Fitness, we love training the core to be a strong, stiff stabilizer.  The stronger and more stable the core becomes, the lower the risk of injury to the spine, and the more strength and power the rest of the body can display.  Over the next few weeks, we will present five unique core progressions we’ve been using at Fenton Fitness over the last year that we’ve really been enjoying.  Check them out, give them a try, and let us know what you think.  All progressions will be posted on our website. Band Resisted Rollouts-  Most fitness enthusiasts are familiar with ab wheel rollouts.  Here at FFAC, we start clients with Physioball rollouts,…

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Core Progressions–Part 2

Core Progressions--Part 2 Landmine Rollouts At Fenton Fitness, we love training the core to be a strong, stiff stabilizer.  The stronger and more stable the core becomes, the lower the risk of injury to the spine, and the more strength and power the rest of the body can display.  Over the next few weeks, we will present five unique core progressions we’ve been using at Fenton Fitness over the last year that we’ve really been enjoying.  Check them out, give them a try, and let us know what you think.  All progressions will be posted on our website. Landmine Rollouts (LM)- Most fitness enthusiasts are familiar with ab wheel rollouts.  Here at FFAC, we start clients with Physioball rollouts, then…

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