Functional Training

Fitness culture today has been heavily influenced by bodybuilding.  Most commercial gyms are crammed with machines. The problem with machines is that they are designed to target your muscles in isolation. Each machine is for one single movement. And that’s not how your body is supposed to function.

Functional Training does the opposite. It focuses on the whole body and emphasize core strength and stability. Functional movements use large groups of muscles working together across your body.

The main word here is function. Function is purpose. That purpose can be related to getting better at everyday activities—like walking, squatting to pick up something heavy, pushing a revolving door, or getting in and out of a chair—or preparing to compete in a sport, like soccer, football, or tennis. A functional workout is simply one that strengthens you in a particular way that directly translates to an activity outside the weight room. For most people, the practical application of functional training is to make daily activities easier to perform.

Our Functional Training is combines mobility exercises that increase the range of movements and motions your body can perform. And Yoga that increases flexibility, balance, pliability and strength.