Functional Training

Functional Training is all about training your own way with no limits, allowing you to reach your goals and push through to the next level. It cuts workout time, and gives you the desired results. Functional Training lets you work with:

Suspension Cables (TRX)

Suspension training that works the whole body effectively using suspension straps and functional body weight exercises such as bending, jumping, pushing, pulling and squatting to build endurance and develop strength; work the core stability, upper and lower body via bodyweight resistance.


ViPR

ViPR stands for Vitality, Performance and Reconditioning, and is a weighted rubber tube used for loaded movement training. It increases body strength and improves balance and flexibility through a combination of strength and functional movement. Workouts are made up of a range of ViPR weights and intensities making it accessible for all fitness levels.


Kettle bells

A Kettlebell is a ball shaped weight with a single handle, designed for a total body workout combining power and strength to build stamina. Help strengthen your core and improve posture, while stripping body fat.


Medicine Ball

Build and strengthen your core from every angle; increase abdominal power and strength, targeting the obliques with multi directional ball slams. Work with resistance to strengthen your abs and oblique’s with Russian twists. Be explosive with wood chop lifts -they work the abdominals and upper body hard.


Bosu Balls

BOSU stands for ‘Both Sides Utilised’ and is a simple, easy-to-use piece of equipment structured like an exercise ball cut in half with a platform on one side.While exercising with a BOSU ball, you constantly make slight adjustments to balance and counterbalance your body. This means that at all times, at least some part of your body is working to stabilise itself.


Free Weights/Dumbbells

Dumbbells are one of the most widely used weight-training equipment pieces. One dumbbell consists of two equal weights that are attached to a handle, The main reason why people use dumbbells is to build and tone muscles, and they can be used to develop muscles in most parts of the body.


Plyo Boxes/Steppers

Plyometrics, also known as jump training is a training technique designed to increase muscular power and explosiveness. Originally developed for Olympic athletes, Plyo box training improves vertical jump performance, muscle strength and muscle protection.


Battle Ropes

As the name implies, these supersized ropes are heavy, which adds resistance to work your muscles like never before. The benefits: You strengthen your abs, arms, and shoulders, engage your legs, and get a killer conditioning workout all in one go. Better yet, waving, slamming, and whipping these hefty ropes doesn’t strain your body the way high-impact activities do—but you still reap serious fitness benefits. In fact, research suggests using battle ropes for just 10 minutes can be considered a vigorous workout . Plus, high-intensity interval training with battle ropes may improve both aerobic and anaerobic capacity after just four weeks. In other words, you’ll be owning both strength and endurance workouts. To top it off, battle rope training torches about 10 calories per minute—more than both burpees and squats!


Resistance Bands/Tubes

Rock out with the band! Resistance bands are a great addition to any strength training routine or rehabilitation program. Just like free weights, exercise bands come in a range of resistance levels, from highly stretchable to heavy-duty strength. Ready, set, streeetch!

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