Functional Training

Exercise is an elixir of life. The simplest definition of functional training is "purposeful training".


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Functional Training

The human body has 206 bones and more than 600 muscles. These muscles and bones, under the guidance of the nervous system, give us the ability to perform a variety of actions, which can be regarded as functionality in a broad sense.

Mike Boyle, the founder of functional sports, defined functional training as "purposeful training" in its simplest form. It is not defined by training content, training actions and equipment, but should be determined by training objectives.

In fact, functional training originated from injury rehabilitation. The basic idea is that training that helps athletes return to health may also be the best exercise to maintain and improve their health. It can help improve exercise performance, improve posture, strengthen neuromuscular connections, reduce injuries, correct exercise can help you in training, fitness, and health on the road to go more smoothly and farther.

The Living Room by Octave has launched six functional sports courses. Under the guidance of senior sports rehabilitation instructor Xman, we can find out the root of the problem, analyze the essence of the problem, solve the problem and experience a real functional exercise. Six sessions will allow you to re-recognize your body, to recognize in learning, to move in cognition, and to metamorphose in exercise. The course contents include:
1) Shoulder and neck: neck strain, neck stiffness; cervical protrusion; limited shoulder movement; round shoulder; high and low shoulder; shoulder inflammation
2) scapula: pterygoid scapula; shoulder pain; scapulohumeral periarthritis
3) spine: scoliosis; thoracic forward tilt; spinal pain.
4) waist: waist strain; lumbar disc prolapse; lumbar disc herniation; lumbar disc prolapse.
5) pelvis: pelvic tilt; pelvic backward tilt.
6) Knee and ankle: knee injury (meniscus) (patella); knee arthritis; ankle inflammation; ankle ligament injury.