Maker’s Diet Functional Fitness DVD

July 6, 2016 - Comment

Through functional exercise, you’ll learn to train whole body movements, not isolated muscles (as with typical machine-driven gym workouts). With the simple, easy-to-follow routine presented in this 30 minute DVD, you’ll learn how to apply the basic principles of functional movement exercise to strengthen and improve the normal actions you perform each and every day.

Buy Now! $4.99Amazon.com Price
(as of December 15, 2017 10:39 pm UTC - Details)

Through functional exercise, you’ll learn to train whole body movements, not isolated muscles (as with typical machine-driven gym workouts). With the simple, easy-to-follow routine presented in this 30 minute DVD, you’ll learn how to apply the basic principles of functional movement exercise to strengthen and improve the normal actions you perform each and every day. By focusing on performing practical, functional movements, you teach your body to become more agile, flexible and injury-resistant.

Comments

CDM says:

Great accessory workout When I first heard about functional fitness routines, I thought, “no thanks.” I’m pretty active and my exercise regimen includes hiking, biking, pilates, yoga and swimming. I didn’t think I needed to add anything else. However, this video provides a quick “5 minute” routine with functional, easy exercises that anyone can do. It’s a great way to get in some exercise everyday, even if you don’t have enough time to get to the gym, the pool, or a longer workout at home. I recommended it to my…

Linda R. Hendrex says:

I Love This Exercise Routine This workout is only FIVE MINUTES LONG, but is effective at working the whole body in a gentle and functional way. I love that I can exercise every single day – even on days when I feel bad or am pressed for time. People who are out of shape can begin with the 5 minute, body-only version, but more advanced athletes can add weights for greater resistance, more reps and more circuits for a world class workout.Anyone can stretch it to an hour by adding reps or repeating the circuits…

scwheeler says:

Great for anyone!

Comments are disabled for this post.