Bodyweight Exercise and Functional Strength

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Are you tired of spending hours in the gym but never seeing the results you really want? Is your home crammed full of state of the art exercise equipment that don’t do much more than occupy way too much space?

It’s time to move up to the next level and have the body you’ve always dreamed of. The time has come for you to get lean, cut and strong. You’ve come to the right place for the answers to creating the well-sculpted, strong body you have only envied before.

Defining Bodyweight Exercise

Bodyweight Exercise is training in its most basic form. It does not require expensive weights or a gym membership. Bodyweight exercise involves using your weight as a replacement for free weights. When done properly, it is far more effective than any other form of weight training.

Why Bodyweight Exercise?

flexibleToday, more people are working harder than ever to become fitter and stronger. These athletes work to improve their power, strength, flexibility and endurance. However, many who perform high-level activities do not practice the most fundamental of movements.

Bodyweight exercises work to train their weaknesses, without the need for additional equipment. In this form of exercise, your body becomes the weight and the machine. Through a combination of strengthening and muscle toning exercises, body weight exercises improve your functional strength and give you the body you’ve always wanted.

Some examples of bodyweight exercises include:

•    Chin-ups
•    Push-ups
•    Sit-ups
•    Bodyweight Squats
•    Bodyweight Rows
•    Mountain Climbers
•    Boot Strappers
•    Dive Bombers

Sit UpThe key to effective and impressive results is performing maximum repetitions in minimum time. Your body becomes more defined and leaner and above all, much stronger! Variations in your routine keep boredom at bay and ensure every muscle is worked to the limit! As your functional strength builds, more intense and complex exercises will keep you pushing your limits.

When you are looking at building functional strength, bodyweight exercises are more effective than lifting weights. Why? Because these exercises use more muscle fibers throughout the body than just the muscles used to lift weights. You get faster results because every movement works more than just one muscle group.

Developing a Bodyweight Exercise Routine

You will find many articles on our blog specifically designed to help you build a bodyweight exercise routine that will improve your functional strength, your physique and your overall health. Save this blog to your favorites, as you will always find new workouts to challenge your body. Learn the latest techniques for building functional strength, without increasing your risk of injury.

We offer the most up-to-date information on bodyweight exercises and functional strength fitness as well as valuable tips on how to implement them all into your daily life. We want to help you become strong, lean and healthy. Bodyweight exercises will give exactly that and so much more. You will improve your cardiovascular health, stamina, flexibility, functional strength and get the sculpted muscles you desire.

How to Begin

Fit CoupleRead through our blog articles and posts. Read the comments from others who have found exactly what they need with this specific type of training. Start applying these movements and exercises to your workout. The results will surprise you. Your body becomes more defined than ever before and your functional strength increase to new levels. We provide all the tools you need to get healthy and have a great physique. Where you go from here is up to you.