Youth Athletic Training
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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 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 majority of ankle injuries occur upon ground […]

Explosive Strength is a Must in Athletics

Explosive Strength is a Must By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Sports require maximal amounts of speed, agility, endurance, power and muscular strength. Successful programs are correlated with strength and conditioning coach’s ability to manipulate training program variables. These variables are, but not limited to… reps, loads, sets, […]

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 […]

Apr 20th, 2013

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Agility Ladder 101

Agility Ladder 101 – A Bio Mechanical Analysis of Sports and the Agility Ladder By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness The agility ladder is becoming one of the most commonly used training devices in sports performance training today. Its various drills and movement patterns make the agility ladder […]

Oct 5th, 2012

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Youth Athletic Training: phase III – Muscular Balance

By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Continued from Youth Athletic Training: phase II – joint stabilization… Continued from Youth Athletic Training: phase II – joint stabilization… The FMF Youth Athletic Training Model®, which can be applied to any novice, consists of a series of steps […]

Jul 23rd, 2012

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Youth Athletic Training: Phase II – Joint Stabilization

Youth Athletic Training Phase 2 – Joint Stabilization By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Continued from Youth Athletic Training: phase I – connective tissues… The FMF Youth Athletic Training Model®, which should be applied to any beginner, consists of a series of steps that incorporates anatomical […]

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