More Bang for Your Sweat
There are several advantages to the Functional Health approach. But its Benefit Efficiency–the most amount of benefit in the least amount of time–is right at the top of the list. Functional fitness is the only approach that can improve all aspects of your health at once. And it can even make you look good on the beach if that’s a goal.
Functional exercise is a tool. How you use it determines the benefits you reap from it. Use it strictly to target your functional deficiencies, and you’ll primarily improve your functional health. Do more intense training with it and you’ll improve your cardiovascular, medical and mental health as well.
- BURN MORE CALORIES PER EXERCISE
- WORK MORE MUSCLES
- TRAIN YOUR BODY TO WORK THE WAY IT’S DESIGNED
- TAKE LESS TIME
- AND ACCOMPLISH MORE THAN TRADITIONAL EXERCISE
So while you get it all with functional training, you will never get functionally healthy with traditional fitness routines. You can eat the perfect nutritional pyramid, run on the treadmill for two hours a day every day, and bench press a Volkswagen…and still be a functional mess, albeit with normal blood pressure and sculpted ‘pecs.’ That’s why even bodybuilders aren’t immune to throwing out their backs unloading a dishwasher.
More Practical Pay-off
Results in better function that noticeably improves your quality of life.
Beyond masking symptoms
Gets to the underlying dysfunction that’s actually causing your aches and pains.
Realistic Hope for Those in Pain
By revealing physical, often correctable bases for most ailments, Functional Health opens up a whole new lifeline to someone otherwise left to accept their pain as something they’re doomed to live with.
More Direction in the Gym
No more wandering aimlessly through the exercise desert. Knowing which exercises offer the most Functional Health advantages for you lets you make more informed choices for your routine.