Wharton Health Experience achieves results using active-isolated flexibility, muscular rebalancing, and joint integrity strengthening. We can help you achieve optimal health as well as relieve a variety of conditions including: muscular tension; scoliosis; neck, shoulder, and joint pain; tendonitis; plantar fasciitis, and more.
The Whartons have become the gold standard in musculoskeletal health and have been providing simple solutions to difficult muscular conditions for over 20 years. The renowned authors of the Wharton Health Series — which includes The Whartons’ Stretch Book, The Whartons’ Strength Book, The Whartons’ Cardio-Fitness Book, and The Whartons’ Back Book — Jim and Phil have trained and conditioned hundreds of Olympic athletes in a variety of disciplines. They have been featured on Dateline NBC and The Discovery Channel as well as in publications such as Running Times, Runner’s World, Shape, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal. Their column, “The Body Shop,” appeared in Runner’s World for 4 years. Jim and Phil have also been featured on the online editions of The New York Times and National Public Radio.
People frequently ask me the best time to integrate active-isolated flexibility into their workout routine. My initial thought is a Chinese proverb: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The past 4 entries ("Why Now?","Behaving Badly","Where are You Now?", "What Now/What Next?") I have focused on some basic elements of Wharton Strength Training. The following is a review of the basic
Now that we have established the need and indentified a few behavioral and technical issues it’s time to integrate joint-integrity strengthening into your life. Here’s how: Continue reading →