Functional training is a type of physical fitness program which focuses on developing the body's natural movements and improving overall functional strength.
HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING
HIT is a type of exercise that focuses on short bursts of intense physical activity. It has become popular among fitness enthusiasts as it is one of the most effective forms of exercise.
Martial Arts training
It's a great way to stay physically active, build self-confidence, and learn important self-defense techniques. It is also a practice that can be beneficial for mental / emotional well-being.
Rehabilitation training, or “rehab,” is an important part of recovering from injury or illness. It involves activities and exercises designed to help someone regain strength, coordination, and mobility.
Weight loss training is designed to help people lose unwanted body fat and maintain a healthy weight. It can involve a combination of strength exercises, aerobic workouts, and nutrition modifications.
Online fitness training has become increasingly popular in recent years. It allows individuals to have access to personal training programmes tailored to their individual needs, without having to go to a physical gym or fitness centre.
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