Injury Prevention
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Jan 18th, 2016

Category: Functional Training
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A Healthy Low Back & Sexy Six Pack Part II

Secrets to a Healthy Low Back & Sexy Six Pack – Part II By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES   Part I continued…   Perform Self-Myofascial Release therapy – better known as foam rolling; roll your lower back, glutes, hamstrings, and hip flexors. Incorporate total body complex movements into your workouts – ex: […]

Dec 1st, 2015

Category: Injury Prevention
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Healthy Back & A Sexy Six Pack Pt.I

Secrets to a Healthy Low Back & Sexy Six Pack – Part I By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES 65 million Americans, with many more in the world, suffer from back pain. Back pain accounts for the second most medical visits in America. This is a major epidemic in America and around the […]

May 5th, 2014

Category: Injury Prevention
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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 […]

Nov 7th, 2013

Category: Injury Prevention
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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

Category: Blog
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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, […]

FMF Blog #15 – Burn Fat and Lean Up Fast

Resistance Training and EPOC are a Perfect Pair By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program A common question I am asked frequently is “what is the best form of cardio to burn fat?” My answer is always the same, resistance training! Resistance […]

5 Secrets to Preventing Ankle Injuries

Prevent Ankle Injuries with these 5 Tips By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Ankle injuries are one of the most common injuries in modern time. The National Center for Health found that there were approximately 800,000 ankle fractures in 2003. The […]

FMF Blog #14 – Short or Long Warm-Up?

Warming Ups Practical Effects on Intense Exercise By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program In the beginning there was stretching… In the middle there was running… And in the end there are dynamic movements. Much research has been done on warm-ups and […]

FMF Blog #13 – Overtraining Swimmers

FMF Blog #12 – Overtraining in Swimming By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program In blog #9 I covered how over training is an epidemic in modern day sports. The five overtraining signs that were covered are fatigue, muscle soreness, forgetfulness, lack […]

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