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Mark Wine

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Member since: Apr 16, 2012

Mark Wine founded Functional Muscle Fitness officially in 2009, but his idea of a more functional style of training that directly correlated to sports performance really started in 2003. At this time Mark was dealt a major blow to his football career when he underwent major surgery to correct a fractured ankle. This kept him off the playing field, or any running for that matter, for six months. This injury started his passion for fitness and drove him to obtain a better understanding of performance based training. Mark played at two Junior colleges before walking onto the San Diego State University football team. It was there that Mark decided to leave the game he loved and pursue a career in Strength & Conditioning. Worked & been involved with...

2010-2012 Oakland Raiders - under the direction of head Strength Coach Brad Roll Terrapin National Swim Team - including 2011 Olympic Training Center Training Member of the US Olympic Swim Team Trials Members of the US Junior National Swim Team Division I Athletes - football, soccer & swimming MMA Athletes High School Strength & Conditioning Coach - all sports High School Athletes - football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, volleyball, basketball Top 3 Nationally Ranked Youth Golfer - for her age bracket

Education & Certifications...

National Strength & Conditioning Association - (CSCS) Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist National Academy of Sports Medicine - Personal Trainer, Performance Enhancement Specialist, & Corrective Exercise Specialist San Diego State University - Bachelors Degree in 2008

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The idea of dryland training for water athletes, particularly swimmers, hasn't always been popular. Until recently, swimmers have engaged in running and abs training as their only form of dryland.

Recreation & Sports> Swimming l 2 years ago

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