Nutrition is 70-80% of your results and your performance in the gym. Ever heard this statistic?
Functional training has its origins in rehabilitation. Physical therapists developed exercises that mimicked what patients did at home or work in order to return to their lives or jobs after an injury or surgery.
Corrective Exercises are designed to address muscular imbalances, postural issues and improper movement patterns that can lead to pain or injury, in most cases both. Muscular imbalances tend to come from poor posture, stress, repetitive movement, or injury.
The Performance Enhancement must recognize the trend toward NON-FUNCTIONAL living and take measures to stay one step ahead! The performance enhancement program must be designed with consideration toward the athlete, environment and tasks to be performed. Remember that “Performance Enhancement” is not limited to athletics.
Functional Fitness is a combination of different aspects of components that allow your body to operate at optimal. Your eating habits should reflect the activity level that you are currently at. In order to get the most of your body, it must be able to move properly. Having an outline of your training will allow you to track progress. Understanding that the body goes through a regeneration period in order to rebuild what has been broken down. Is the rest and recovery that will help it come back better and stronger.
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