Foundations & Functional strength class


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Foundations & Functional strength training classes will help you learn and become used to how some of the most important exercises are not only performed but also how and when to apply when creating your own workouts. Click "Read more" for further information.


  • Date: 3/07/2019 06:00 AM - 3/07/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Fitness First Platinum Kings Cross (Map)
  • More Info: Level 8/82-94 Darlinghurst Rd, Potts Point NSW 2011

Price: AU$45

Description

Foundations & Functional strength training classes will help you learn and become used to how some of the most important exercises are not only performed but also how and when to apply when creating your own workouts. 


Foundation Training Class will focus in overhauling and improving your technique.  Improve your squat & dead lifts or learn how to pull or push in a more efficient way. Foundations goes from how to make an exercise yours according to your own bio mechanics and strengths. Great for trainees with knee or lower back pain. 

Don't think this is an easy class, you will still sweat and workout very very hard.  


In Functional Strength Class you will make use of everything you have learned during your Foundation Training. This is a faster pace semi PT session where you workout for 30-45 minutes with 2-3 max participants.

What is functional strength training: 

"Training that attempts to mimic the specific physiological demands of real-life activities.”

Functional training such as resistance exercises and body weight movements can help you become stronger, more flexible, agile and better equipped to handle day-to-day feats of strength and athleticism that are often overlooked. Plus, it can help you become less injury-prone.

Still not convinced?

Here’s a scary stat: your muscle mass and strength will decrease 30 to 50% between the ages of 30 and 80. That means the average person starts losing the ability to perform everyday functions as soon as they hit middle-age. Despite this, only 6% of adults do resistance training workouts two or more times per week (the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans’ recommendation).

A common misconception is that you may be too old for strength training. But clinical data from a multitude of sources clearly shows the benefits of improving one’s functional fitness level, particularly for older adults.

Please feel free to contact me if you need more information. 

contact@yourfitnessfit.com or 041 617 1212

In your health and fitness, 

PT Hugo

Fitness First Platinum Kings Cross