Chapter # 1-What is Functional Fitness,
Chapter # 2- Benefits of functional fitness,
Chapter # 3- Functional Fitness and Other Exercises
Chapter # 4- Common Mistakes with Functional Fitness
Chapter # 5- The First Component of Functional Fitness: Power
Chapter # 6- The Second Component of Functional Fitness: Strength
Chapter # 7- The Third Component of Functional Fitness: Range of Motion
Chapter # 8- The Fourth Component of Functional Fitness: Balance and Endurance
Being fit is only an extra benefit to yourself. That said, your exercises shouldn’t interrupt your schedule, but rather flow inside of it. Once it becomes a problem to find time for your workout, a red flag should signal in your mind. Here are some tips to keep in mind when crafting a workout routine that works for you.
Firstly, it shouldn’t take long at all. A 15 to 25-minute routine is enough to make a difference, so long as you’re implementing this workout every day. You don’t need anything that hard, just simple repetitive movements to properly pump your muscles. Your short workout can be early in the morning or after your busy day.