What is FX30
This is an intense functional training class incorporating a wide range of equipment such as battle ropes, plyometric boxes and wall balls.
These classes are becoming very popular as they aim to strengthen core muscles of the abdomen and lower back. The exercises have been designed to help provide you with the strength, power and endurance that you need to thrive as you move through your daily life.
If you are looking for a way to increase the intensity of your exercise with something a little different then this is the class for you!
7 Benefits of Functional Training
Our bodies are designed to move, not to sit slumped over a computer all day. The less you move, the less blood sugar your body uses.Functional training focuses on training movement patterns rather than isolating individual muscles. If you spend most of your working day sat down in the office, sitting on the chest press machine at the gym is probably counter productive.
Functional training can help to correct bad posture and muscular imbalances caused by the daily grind, stressful jobs and hectic lifestyles.
Functional training provides fantastic fat burning workouts, by using full body exercises that improve strength, endurance and boost metabolism, not wasting a minute of your session.
It develops strong, lean bodies, look at gymnasts at the Olympics, they are constantly training movement patterns and lifting their own bodyweight, not doing bicep curls or poundng away on the treadmill for hours!
Every session includes flexibility, mobility, core stability, balance and strength training principles to keep your body constantly challenged in all areas of a strong, healthy and vibrant body.
Functional training provides essential training for sport specific conditioning. Enhancing the relationship between the nervous and musculoskeletal system, providing quick, reactive, and powerful movement patterns – whether your chosen sport is golf, rugby or MMA.
Core Strength: in functional training every exercise involves core activation, teaching the core to stabilise the spine against external force, throughout an array of differing movement patterns and body positions. Therefore mimicking the demand placed upon the core and spine in our every day tasks and recreational activities. Crunches alone, unfortunately just don’t cut it!