Award-Winning Cross-Training Equipment
The most popular functional fitness training in the world right now.
The basic exercise principles of cross-training are the same across whoever is participating. Cross-training is inclusive for all users no matter their age or ability. As well as incredibly effective at increasing functional fitness levels. Functional fitness is relevant to everybodyâ€™s day to day activities.
Functional fitness equipment is ideal for any outdoor gym. They offer a variety of inclusive workouts and exercises with each individual piece of equipment. This is why theyâ€™re growing more and more popular across the UK.
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What is Functional Fitness Training?
Functional fitness training is also known as cross-training. The principle of functional fitness is about adding variety to equipment usersâ€™ training routine. This allows them to develop individual components of fitness. Functional fitness focuses on building individual muscle groups to increase overall fitness.
Cross Training and functional fitness focus on scalable resistance training. Whoever is using the cross-training equipment can change the intensity of the workout depending on their ability. While the intensity of the workout will shift, the techniques will stay the same for each user.
This type of training is based on the established belief that the specific fitness needs of everyone always stays the same. Whether theyâ€™re athletes or never worked out before. The intensity of the functional training changes not exercise techniques.
Benefits of Functional Fitness Cross-Training
1. Inclusive for all fitness abilities
Functional fitness is a diverse way of training that focuses on someoneâ€™s overall fitness. Itâ€™s a highly adaptable way to exercise as users can adapt the intensity of their exercises. With cross-training, the exercises donâ€™t change. What varies is how intense the user chooses to workout. This is why our cross-training equipment is inclusive to a wide range of people, regardless of their fitness levels.
2. Reduced risk of injury
An injury from exercise is likely if the intensity of the workout is too high. This puts too much stress on the participantâ€™s joints and muscle groups. Cross-training allows users to change their workouts to fit how they feel that day. If someoneâ€™s upper body muscle groups feel sore, they can lower the intensity of the exercise and use the equipment for a recovery session. This will reduce the risk of injury and improve recovery.
3. Improve Functional Movements
Functional movements and functional strength are aspects of fitness people use day-to-day. Most conventional weightlifting exercises will not need functional movements. This can lead to improvements in specific muscle groups. Without improving general strength and fitness. Cross-training activities are variations of movements people do every day. But with different levels of intensity to ensure the user improves their strength and endurance.
4. Build both strength & endurance at the same time
There is a misconception that you can only increase strength and cardio with separate exercises. But this is a problem with conventional fitness equipment you see in gyms. With functional fitness training, you can improve both strength and endurance simultaneously. This type of training blends functional movements with resistance, typically involving body weight. Allowing users to build muscular and aerobic endurance and strength during the same exercise.
5. More Likely to Stick to Working Out
Cross-training offers a lot more variety than conventional workout routines. One of the main reasons for people not sticking to their workout routine is boredom. If the exercise equipment is not dynamic and interesting, people wonâ€™t use them. With functional fitness equipment, the range of workouts available varies to keep people engaged.