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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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The Forgotten Foot–Part 2

The Forgotten Foot--Part 2 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 1

The Forgotten Foot--Part 1 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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December 2016 Newsletter

In this issue, Mike O'Hara, PT gives ten reasons to love lunges. Video of lunge exercises/progressions are included. In Going Grizzly, Mike presents the exercise combination of Crawls and Sandbag Carries; a combination that helps you train more efficiently and move better. Watch the video for instruction on these exercises. See page three for an inspirational story of a Fenton Fitness member. Download Here  

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November 2016 Newsletter

In this month's issue, Mike O'Hara, PT provides information on Achilles tendinopathy with exercises that will help prevent this painful condition.  Watch the video for the exercises by following the link in the article "Achilles Recovery".  Mike also demonstrates and describes the combination of turkish get ups and waiters walks--paired exercises that can help you train efficiently.  Video for this article can also be seen on our youtube channel; just follow the links in the article. Download Here    

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