Benefits of Functional Fitness Training

Functional exercises tend to use multiple joints and numerous muscles. Instead of only moving the elbows, for example, a functional exercise might involve the elbows, shoulders, spine, hips, knees and ankles. This type of training, properly applied, can make everyday activities easier, reduce your risk of injury and improve your quality of life.

Functional exercise training may be especially beneficial as part of a comprehensive program for older adults to improve balance, agility and muscle strength, and reduce the risk of falls.

TRX (Total Body Resistance Exercise)

TRX training is one of the main principles of GFS functional training Programmes that we structured within the clients functional training programs. GFS selected programs will always start with warm-up and cool-down on the TRX.

Areas We Target with using the TRX
Core: No matter what exercise you’re doing on the TRX (and there are hundreds), almost every one of them challenges your core.

Arms: There are many possible arm and upper body exercises to do on TRX.

Legs: You’re almost always working your legs in some way with most TRX exercises.

Glutes: Yes. Your glutes get a lot of work with most suspension exercises, and you can always choose specific butt-targeting moves if you want.
Back: Yes. You’re using your entire core, including your back muscles, at all times to maintain stability.

Method Type
Flexibility: TRX training is great for flexibility, balance, and coordination.

Aerobic: Although suspension training is a strength workout, you’ll almost certainly find your heart pounding after even a brief session. GFS also offer a “TRX Cardio Circuit” workout.

Strength: Suspension training pushes your strength in unique ways. Be prepared to use muscles you didn’t know you had!

Functional Resistance Band Training

Resistance bands work just like weights, except instead of gravity pulling down on your muscles you are fighting the tension in the band. Resistance bands allow you to create tension from any direction as opposed to just down, letting you work out every muscle in multiple ways.

You can use bands to perform a full-body workout routine that includes many foundational movements we do in our everyday lives—pushing, pulling, squatting and rotating. This functional training builds strength, burns …

H.I.R.F (hIgh intensity Row-fit)

HIRF workouts are based on a personalized program tailored to suit one person or one on one and groups of 4.
The workouts are based on 30 minutes 60 minutes and 90 minutes