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FMF Blog #9 – The Over Training Epidemic

FMF Blog #9 – Over Training in Sports Becoming an Epidemic By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness In the modern era sports has become a multi-billion dollar industry. Its “big business” one might say. With the amount of money within the industry sports has seen its fair share […]

Apr 20th, 2013

Category: Agility Ladder
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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 […]

Jul 23rd, 2012

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Category: News
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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 […]

Jul 18th, 2012

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Category: News
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Youth Athletic Training: Phase 1 – Connective Tissues

Youth Athletic Training Phase 1 – Connective Tissues By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness Creator of The 12 Pack Abs Program Youth training results in decreased risk of injury, increased connective tissue strength, balance, coordination, core, speed enhancement, neurological adaptation, and increased athletic performance. Youth training has proven […]

Jun 25th, 2012

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Category: Fat Burning
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Summer Fat Loss Tips Pt-2

Fat Loss Tips part II – alcohol, fructose, protein, coffee, etc… By, Mark Wine CSCS; NASM PT, PES, CES Founder of Functional Muscle Fitness After reading part I, one should acquire an understanding of how to achieve maximal fat burning through carbohydrate intake and timing; protein and fat selection; and the right types of foods for breakfast. Moving […]

Jun 12th, 2012

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Category: News
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Eccentric Training Results in Increased Athletic Performance and Decreased Injury

Eccentric Training Results in Increased Athletic Performance and Decreased Injury By, Mark Wine CSCS; USAW; NASM PT, PES, CES The best way to increase tendon and ligament strength, as well as range of motion (ROM), is through eccentric strength training. Eccentric muscular action is most notably known for muscular growth, development, injury prevention, rehabilitation and soreness. […]

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