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What’s hot in functional training? We round up some of the latest launches


Bridging the gap

FitPro’s TRIBE Team Training has been created to bridge the gap between group exercise programmes in the studio and one-to-one gym-based training with personal trainers.

The concept features five programmes, each focused on a specific area: HIIT, core stability, low impact strength and toning, kickboxing, and children’s fitness. Groups of between seven and 10 people can participate. There are new releases every seven weeks.

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Bridging the gap
Entry-level rig

Equipment supplier D2F Fitness has launched the XCUBE Atom functional training rig. Coming in at 2.5sq m and requiring a space of approximately 4sq m, the entry-level rig has been created to enable small or budget gyms to offer functional training programmes to members. It can be used by up to 12 people as part of a group HIIT, bootcamp or circuit training session.

The XCUBE Atom can be supplied as a standalone functional training rig or with a selected range of accessories and storage solutions. Each rig comes with a step-up and dip station attachment, but removable attachments in the XCUBE range need to be purchased separately.

fitness-kit.net keyword: D2F Fitness

 



Entry-level rig
Jumping for joy

Three jump ropes have been added to Escape Fitness’ range of functional training equipment.

The additions – Fitness Jump Rope, Leather Jump Rope and Cross Training Jump Rope – have been designed to cater for different types of functional training, and each product offers different benefits for clients.

Fitness Jump Rope is aimed at the mass exercise market and can be included in personal training sessions, circuits and boot camps. Leather Jump Rope has been designed with martial arts gyms and boxers in mind, while Cross Training Jump Rope – as the name suggests – is targeted at the cross training segment.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Escape Fitness

 



Jumping for joy
Changing course

Lifetime Training’s one-day REPs-accredited Functional Resistance Training course has been updated to stay in line with the latest scientific research. It examines the role of functional training for fitness professionals, focusing on theory and movement patterns as well as functional anatomy, while providing functional exercise programming.

Often misunderstood, the essence of functional training is in the carry-over to the person’s performance in their everyday life (right) as opposed to the equipment used, according to Lifetime Training’s course. The update includes case studies, following the work of people like Gray Cook, Gary Gray and Thomas Myers, who have built on established theory.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Lifetime Training

 


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Changing course
 


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Health Club Management
2015 issue 7

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Functional training

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What’s hot in functional training? We round up some of the latest launches

Bridging the gap

FitPro’s TRIBE Team Training has been created to bridge the gap between group exercise programmes in the studio and one-to-one gym-based training with personal trainers.

The concept features five programmes, each focused on a specific area: HIIT, core stability, low impact strength and toning, kickboxing, and children’s fitness. Groups of between seven and 10 people can participate. There are new releases every seven weeks.

fitness-kit.net keyword: FitPro

 



Bridging the gap
Entry-level rig

Equipment supplier D2F Fitness has launched the XCUBE Atom functional training rig. Coming in at 2.5sq m and requiring a space of approximately 4sq m, the entry-level rig has been created to enable small or budget gyms to offer functional training programmes to members. It can be used by up to 12 people as part of a group HIIT, bootcamp or circuit training session.

The XCUBE Atom can be supplied as a standalone functional training rig or with a selected range of accessories and storage solutions. Each rig comes with a step-up and dip station attachment, but removable attachments in the XCUBE range need to be purchased separately.

fitness-kit.net keyword: D2F Fitness

 



Entry-level rig
Jumping for joy

Three jump ropes have been added to Escape Fitness’ range of functional training equipment.

The additions – Fitness Jump Rope, Leather Jump Rope and Cross Training Jump Rope – have been designed to cater for different types of functional training, and each product offers different benefits for clients.

Fitness Jump Rope is aimed at the mass exercise market and can be included in personal training sessions, circuits and boot camps. Leather Jump Rope has been designed with martial arts gyms and boxers in mind, while Cross Training Jump Rope – as the name suggests – is targeted at the cross training segment.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Escape Fitness

 



Jumping for joy
Changing course

Lifetime Training’s one-day REPs-accredited Functional Resistance Training course has been updated to stay in line with the latest scientific research. It examines the role of functional training for fitness professionals, focusing on theory and movement patterns as well as functional anatomy, while providing functional exercise programming.

Often misunderstood, the essence of functional training is in the carry-over to the person’s performance in their everyday life (right) as opposed to the equipment used, according to Lifetime Training’s course. The update includes case studies, following the work of people like Gray Cook, Gary Gray and Thomas Myers, who have built on established theory.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Lifetime Training

 


www.shutterstock.com

Changing course

Originally published in Health Club Management 2015 issue 7

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