Most people exercise because they want to lose weight, maintain their weight, tone up, and relieve stress. Those are all valid reasons to commit to a fitness routine, but you can also exercise to simply improve the way you move throughout the day. There’s even a name for better-at-life forms of exercise: functional training.
Functional training obviously has some benefit, and can be a great addition to a well-designed strength program. FT is also Very effective at improving balance, stability, and coordination
So now let me show you how I do my functional training workout.
Kettle bell swings
Push ups/ incline push ups
Step ups with dumbbell / step up knee lift
Lunge + squat (walking)
plie squats/sumo squats
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