Today, at the height of popularity, are functional workouts that develop not only endurance and strength, but also agility and grace. Beneficial for all! During functional training, the movements that a person needs in everyday life are practiced. That is: easy to get up and sit in a recliner, jump over puddles, raise and hold the baby, etc. The list goes on forever!Functional training prepares our body for complex, multi-joint movements. This type of training includes various combinations of movements. They load the muscles, strengthen the apparatus of the joints in the desired proportion stretched tendon. Functional training contributes to the development of basic motor qualities (strength, flexibility, endurance, speed of reaction, coordination of movements, balance). During functional training, a large number of muscle groups and fibers of various types are engaged in the process creating an optimal load on the bone system and the ligament apparatus, which contributes to the burning of more calories and a uniform distribution of the load on the musculoskeletal system.
Functional training works out not only individual muscle groups (both large and small) but also deep, postural muscles. Thanks to them, our body performs the correct static and dynamic work, keeping the spine in the correct position. Functional exercises are suitable for people with low levels of physical activity/ability, and are also perfect for restoring the body after a long absence of physical activity, after childbirth or during the rehabilitation period.
During the one-on-one training sessions, I incorporate many functional training exercises each one specific to individual needs and goals of my clients. With time, my clients are able to see the progress they make and how their body is gaining the strength and speed they didn't have before