TEEN FX

TeenFX a functional training program incorporating a wide range of equipment such as battle ropes, plyometric boxes and wall balls.

This 8 week program consists of a weekly 30 minute class specially designed for teens 13-17 years of age to improve overall fitness and get results.

This fast paced class is a great way for teens to stay fit and make friends in a welcoming environment

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Just $100 for 8 Weeks, use your active kids voucher and pay nothing for the full 8 week program!

7 Benefits of Functional Training

Movement Matters:
Our bodies are designed to move, not to sit slumped over a computer all day. The less you move, the less blood sugar your body uses. Functional training focuses on training movement patterns rather than isolating individual muscles.

Posture:
Functional training can help to correct bad posture and muscular imbalances caused by the daily grind, stressful jobs and hectic lifestyles.

Fat Burning
Functional training provides fantastic fat burning workouts, by using full body exercises that improve strength, endurance and boost metabolism, not wasting a minute of your session.

Muscle Tone/Density:
It develops strong, lean bodies, look at gymnasts at the Olympics, they are constantly training movement patterns and lifting their own bodyweight, not doing bicep curls or poundng away on the treadmill for hours!

Sports Specific:
Functional training provides essential training for sport specific conditioning. Enhancing the relationship between the nervous and musculoskeletal system, providing quick, reactive, and powerful movement patterns – whether your chosen sport is golf, rugby or MMA.

Core Strength: in functional training every exercise involves core activation, teaching the core to stabilise the spine against external force, throughout an array of differing movement patterns and body positions. Therefore mimicking the demand placed upon the core and spine in our every day tasks and recreational activities. Crunches alone, unfortunately just don’t cut it!