One of the foundations of my training methods, combined with more traditional resistance and aerobic training, is that of core conditioning and functional training. Traditional weight training methods often use the principle of isolation to work individual muscle groups separately, whereas functional training teaches the body to move as a unit in a synergistic manner. Functional training is a strength training approach that focuses on exercises that can be transferred from in the gym to activities of daily work, sport or life to ultimately enhance the quality of life. Core training is the foundation of all human movement. The core encompasses both the back and front of the torso, the muscles of the abdomen and the lower back. A strong core can improve posture, balance and muscular coordination and decrease risk of injury. No matter how strong your extremities are, your core and joint stabilisers are the weakest link in force production. That is to say that even if one has powerful arms and legs, without proportional core strength, they are still at risk of injuring themselves because our bodies are only as strong as our weakest link. I use various freestyle, bodyweight , movement-based exercises during any one session. Workouts constantly change and progressively gets more challenging.
Many people feel that it is necessary to have a gym membership with a lot of equipment at your disposal in order to achieve your goals. Just armed with mobile functional training equipments, I will be on my way to create a fitness experience for you.