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Wharton - Introductory Flexibility Program

This modified version of the Whartons' full flexibility routine is a great way to introduce yourself to the benefits of the active-isolated work.  Download your free version here [PDF]






Wharton - Runners' Flexibility Program

This modified version of the Whartons' Flexibility Routine is designed to address some common problem areas in runners.  Download your free version here [PDF]. The complete routine is available on The Whartons' Flexibility DVD.






Wharton - Introductory Lower-Body Strength Routine

This is a great way to become familiar with the wonders of joint-integrity strengthening; a few key exercises are highlighted on this downloadable chart.  The complete program is contained in the Whartons' Back Book.  Download your free chart here [PDF].






Wharton - Zone 1-Lower-Body & Core Weight Chart

This is a great way to track and monitor your strength training progress.  All strength exercises with their corresponding page numbers in The Wharton Back Book are listed on this easy to follow chart. Download your free copy here [PDF]. 






Wharton - Introductory Upper-Body Strength Routine

A few key exercises are highlighted on this downloadable chart. The complete program is contained in the Whartons' Back Book.  Download your free chart here [PDF]


 

Strength Training Part 5 – Recap/OverviewMay 6th, 2015

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

Strength Training: Part 4 – What Now/What Next?April 8th, 2015

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 →

Strength Training Observations – Part 3 (Where are You Now?)March 24th, 2015

As part of a general discussion of strength training, common strength training mistakes continued…… Continue reading →

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