Benefits of Functional Training
- Functional training conditions you to perform the actions of daily life more effectively and efficiently.
- It helps you to build strength, power and body mobility that translates beyond gym – It is a form of “real world fitness”.
- Functional training focuses on movements, not muscles.
- Functional training routine patterns are like follows:
- Climbing, turning, carrying, etc
Which offers in all three plains of motion:-
- Sagital- forward and backward
- Frontal- side to side
- Transverse- rotational
A typical gym routine trains individual muscle group like biceps, triceps, chest quads, hamstring etc., whereas this occurs in a single plain at motion i.e Sagital.
Functional training workout shifts the focus in fitness to a much more practical full body workouts where your body works out as a unit.
Know your training
Our training plan – trains to enhance the co-ordinated working relationship between the nervous and muscular system.
Believing one should do all the exercises in their training routine which will enhance their health, fitness & lifestyle.
The brain which controls muscular movement thinks in terms of whole motion, not individual muscle. Accordingly, one should not rely on single muscle exercise.
To make an effective exercise program, we include a number of different elements which can be adapted to an individual’s need or goal, based on functional tasks directed towards everyday life activities.
Our personalized training programs are effective for each individual
We include varieties of general physical skills to work upon:
- Strength: the ability of a muscular unit or combination of muscular to apply force.
- Cardiovascular / respiratory endurance: the ability of body system to gather, process and deliver oxygen.
- Muscular endurance: the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to repeatedly exert force against resistance.
- Flexibility: the ability to maximize the range of motion at a given joint.
- Stamina: the ability of body system to process, deliver, store and utilize energy.
- Speed: the ability to minimize the cycle of a repeated movement.
- Power: the ability of a muscular unit or combination of muscular units to apply maximum force in minimum time.
- Agility: the ability to minimize transition time from one movement pattern to another.
- Co-ordination: the ability to combine several distinct movement pattern into a singular distinct movement.
- Balance: the ability to control the placement of the body’s center of gravity in relation to its support base.
- Accuracy: the ability to control movement in a given direction or at a given intensity.
- Mental endurance / toughness: describes the capacity of an individual to deal effectively with stressors presumes and challenges and perform to the best of the circumstances in which they find themselves.