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Aug 11th

2015

By Mark
Category: Blog

Avocados are a Super Food

Avocados are a Super Food By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Nicknamed “Alligator Pear” avocados should be considered a super food. This tropical fruit has been linked to numerous health benefits. Here is a list of reasons you should eat this fruit: Cholesterol… Avocados are loaded with healthy monounsaturated fats, about 30 grams […]

Apr 23rd

2015

By Mark
Category: Blog

The Number One Core Exercise

The Number One Core Exercise By, Mark Wine CSCS- NASM PT, CES, PES The secret behind a six-pack is not one exercise, not a specific diet, not a specific technique or lifestyle, but rather a combination of them all. However, there is a secret that can elevate your workouts to engage numerous energy systems and […]

Feb 20th

2015

By Mark
Category: Fat Burning

Boot Camp Secrets

Boot Camp Secrets: fat loss, lean muscle, heart rate, cardio, weights, etc… By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, CES, PES   Boot camp classes and group training have become the newest and hottest trend in the fitness industry. Boot camps are showing up at parks, gymnasiums and health clubs. Like all industries, an oversaturation […]

Dec 12th

2014

By Mark
Category: Athletic Performance Training

Throwing in Baseball and the Role of the Lumbopelvic-Hip Complex

Throwing in Baseball and the Role of the Lumbopelvic-Hip Complex By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES   Throwing a baseball requires coordination between multiple muscles and surrounding joints within the body. The art of throwing is so specific and detailed that any altered kinematics leads to injury predisposition.   There are major […]

May 5th

2014

By Mark
Category: Injury Prevention

Shoulder Tightness leads to Pain, Injury and Decreased Athletic Performance

Shoulder Tightness leads to Pain, Injury and Decreased Athletic Performance By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES   If you have ever been fortunate to work with professional athletes, fitness enthusiasts, older populations and/or youth, chances are you’ve trained individuals with shoulder tightness and/or pain. Studies have estimated that 67% of the population […]

Apr 14th

2014

By Mark
Category: Supplements

Carnitine is Key for Fat Loss & Health

Carnitine is Key for Fat Loss & Health By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES   Is there a supplement, or anything for that matter, that can burn fat? Build lean muscle? Increase athletic performance? Improve health? Enhance cognitive function? Well I have good news for you; the super powered Carnitine can.   […]

Dec 10th

2013

By Mark
Category: Supplements

Blog 18 – Fish Oil is the Key to Fat Loss and Muscle Growth

Fish Oil is the Key to Fat Loss and Muscle Growth By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness In my previous blogs I tend to cover a lot of information on various topics. This piece is different. I am going to cut straight to the end and simply tell […]

Nov 7th

2013

By Mark
Category: Injury Prevention

ACL Injuries within Young Athletes: Prevention & Training (part three)

ACL Injuries within Young Athletes: Prevention & Training (part three) By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness   Strength training has proven effective in reducing injuries in young and adolescent athletes. However, it was not and is still not always thought of in a positive light. Limited research and/or […]

Nov 7th

2013

By Mark
Category: Injury Prevention

ACL Injuries within Young Athletes: Gender Differences (part two)

ACL Injuries within Young Athletes: Gender Differences (part two) By, Mark Wine  CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Gender differences in neuromuscular abilities and risk of injury risk often emerge post-pubescent; more specifically, the differences most often occur between the ages of 15 and 18 (1). In fact, 1 in 20 […]

Nov 7th

2013

By Mark
Category: Blog

ACL Injuries within Young Athletes: Precursors (part one)

ACL Injuries within Young Athletes: Precursors (part I) By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Year round participation in sports seems to be on the rise in the youth population; not coincidently, so is the injury rate. Limited range of motion (ROM), muscular weakness, inactivity and various other traits, […]

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