Have you ever had a killer workout at the gym…
Busting out the biceps curls, leg presses, and calf raises…
Only to find you have trouble lifting a heavy suitcase above your head in a crowded airplane, or going up five flights of stairs when the elevator is broken?
You’re not alone.
Because the truth is that when most people work out, they focus on exercises that isolate individual muscles, such as the biceps, triceps, quads or glutes.
This type of training isn’t necessarily wrong (it’s used by bodybuilders to pump up particular muscles so they’re big and puffy), but it won’t help you in everyday life.
Because in the real world, your muscles don’t work in isolation—they work together as a whole.
And that’s where functional fitness comes in. Because if you want to be truly fit… you have to be fit inside and outside of the weight room.
So what exactly is functional fitness?
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