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Jun 6th

2012

By Mark
Category: Dryland Training
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Shin Splints and Swimmers

Shin Splints and Swimmer By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Shin Splints are a major problem and can lead to periods of detraining due to severe pain to the tibia. The question is, how do I prevent shin splints? How do I treat/recover from shin splints? […]

Jun 5th

2012

By Mark
Category: News
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Squats for Performance: Range of Motion Squats vs. Parallel Squats (part I)

Squats For Performance By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Author of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 Pack Abs Squatting is a complex multi-joint movement that requires muscular symmetry, coordination, neurological awareness and strength. An inability to perform a full squat can indicate one or all of the following: muscular stiffness; muscular asymmetry; […]

Jun 5th

2012

By Mark
Category: Athletic Performance Training
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Squats for Performance:(part II)Health, Injury Prevention, Longevity

Squats for Performance part II By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES Author of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 Pack Abs PART II – Health, Injury Prevention, Longevity Physicians and athletic trainers often discuss whether or not full range of motion (ROM) squats create too much shear force on the knee ligaments. Parallel […]

May 14th

2012

By Mark
Category: Dryland Training
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Dryland Training: Does Strength Training Increase Swim Speed?

Dryland Training: Does Strength Training Increase Swim Speed? By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Swimming performance relies on numerous factors, including technique and physiological characteristics. In order to increase or enhance swim performance / speed, swimmers should focus on increasing their physiological condition. Dryland strength and […]

Jan 24th

2012

By Mark
Category: Functional Training
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Functional Training – Insight into the Truth

Functional Training – Insight into the Truth By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Functional is defined as “something able to fulfill its purpose or function” [Wikipedia]. Functional Training is defined as “a classification of exercise which involves training the body for the activities performed in daily […]

Jan 9th

2012

By Mark
Category: Uncategorized
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One Arm Dumbbell Swing

One Arm Dumbbell Swing By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program One Arm Dumbbell Swing is a great total body movement that allows you to cross train the different sides of your body individually. One Arm Dumbbell Swing Key Points: Maintain proper posture when picking up the […]

Nov 12th

2011

By Mark
Category: Fat Burning
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Belly Fat Facts – All Fats Are Not Created Equal

Belly Fat Facts – Are All Fats Created Equal? By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program All fat is not created equal, it’s that simple. The health industry has labeled belly fat (also called omentum fat, visceral fat, and many more) as the worst kind of fat. […]

Oct 26th

2011

By Mark
Category: Crossfit
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Cross Training and Cross Fit – part I

Cross Training and Cross Fit – part I By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Does marketing make or break a business? For the popular fitness fad cross fit it made their business. Cross fit took cross-training, which had already been established as circuit training, and […]

May 1st

2011

By Mark
Category: News

Functional Muscle Fitness New Functional Training Center

Concord, California – August 15, 2011 – A new functional style of training has been created and is now open to the public to increase athletic performance as well as increase fitness levels for all gym goers. 26-year-old Mark Wine created an original method of training that involves Olympic lifting, functional exercises, specific sport movements […]

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