When you say the word health, you are referring to the wellbeing of yourself or others. So naturally, health becomes a personal matter especially when it revolves around your own health. Everyone wants to be in better health which is again a very natural impulse. The first and easiest things you can do to better your health is to eat properly and work out routinely. Eating properly can be dieting and monitoring what comes into your kitchen. Working out, on the other hand, can be somewhat trickier. Working out doesn’t mean you have to become a bodybuilder or weightlifter though those are possible achievements to gain from working out. It could simply mean you want to maintain a certain weight or keep your body moving properly and functionally. In such cases, to maintain proper health you don’t need dumbbells and treadmills, only a functional fitness routine.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Chapter 1 What is Functional Fitness? Functional Fitness Defined Complimenting Functional Fitness with Your Lifestyle Is Functional Fitness Right For You? Chapter 2 Benefits of Functional Fitness Easier Movement Stronger Support and Immune System Look Better, Feel Better Chapter 3 Functional Fitness and Other Exercises 1 - Bodybuilding 2 - Heavy Weight Training 3 - Group Training Chapter 4 Common Mistakes with Functional Fitness An Everyday Routine Love What You Do Dieting Rolling with No Goals Chapter 5 The First Component of Functional Fitness: Power What is Power? Power in your Daily Life Power Moves Chapter 6 The Second Component of Functional Fitness: Strength What is Strength? Strength in your Daily Life Strength Moves Chapter 7 The Third Component of Functional Fitness: Range of Motion What is Range of Motion? Range of Motion in your Daily Life Range of Motion Moves Chapter 8 The Fourth Component of Functional Fitness: Balance and Endurance What is Balance and Endurance? Balance and Endurance in your Daily Life Balance and Endurance Moves Conclusion