In this article, Dr. Shaun Owen talks about physical robustness and resiliency – the ability of our bodies to adapt to stress. He uses his experience working with professional athletes to explain how it is applicable to life.
AMRAP, Kipping, Chipper, Cindy…If you are not involved in a functional fitness facility, you may not know what these terms mean. This article aims to clarify what these terms are with some practical examples.
If you have searched for an exercise program or gym to train at, you will most likely have come across the term “Functional Training.” This term has managed to attach itself to a specific style of training. This style ie. barbells, kettlebells and battleropes with lots of sweat and exhaustion, is the first that comes to mind when the words “Functional Training” is mentioned. In a series of articles, we going to discuss what functional training is and what it means to us and our approach.
Over the last few weeks, the Coronavirus has caused some drastic changes in society as a whole. Cities are going on lock-down, flights have been postponed, people have been forced to stay at home and schools have been closed. With that being said, we still want you to keep moving. In this article we are going to share with you what type of exercise you should be doing to stay healthy and keep your immune system ready.
The world we live in seems to be so fast pace that we forget to consider our own health as a priority. Yes, over the years there has been an increase in awareness that physical activity is important for our health. Rewards programs and health insurance companies have played a vital role in this awareness. But yet it remains challenging to create a plan and stick to it, consistently. In this article we will discuss 3 reasons why you should have a plan.