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This group is perfect for anyone who is looking to get started with a new type of workout routine in the new year but doesn't want to do it alone. All levels and ages are welcome. I started this group to bring awareness to functional training and how it can serve us in our everyday lives as we continue to age. These group workouts generally begin with a portion focused on strength development like back squats, push presses and chest presses; followed by an agility movement to get our heart rate up and improve hand eye coordination; ending with accessory movements and stretching to encourage overall muscle health. Class sizes are small so each person can get the individual coaching they need for an effective injury free workout. Weight training not only improves bone density but also works our heart on different planes for a complete cardio workout. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and expertise to help you improve your workout routine or take it to the next level.

Upcoming events (5)

Functional Training Class | Weekday Mornings

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$20.00

Group classes are offered at 5:15am, 6:15am 5:15pm, 6:30pm and 8pm.
*Please reserve with 24 hour notice*

Due to social distancing, class is limited to 3 members at a time. Masks will be required for indoor classes at all times.

During our small group training sessions you can expect to not only build strength but improve your flexibility and mobility with the the various types of modalities involved within each and every workout. This is what's called functional fitness training. Read more about it below.

What is functional training training?

Functional fitness training is a classification of training that prepares the body for real-life movements and activities. Also known as functional training or functional movement, “It trains your muscles to work together and prepares them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work, or in sports.” – Mayo Clinic. Movements such as squatting, reaching, pulling, and lifting will be made easier with functional fitness integrated into your exercise routine. According to WebMD.com, functional fitness is focused on building a body capable of doing real-life activities in real-life positions, not just lifting a certain amount of weight in an idealized posture created by a gym machine. For example, you could be deadlifting 400+ pounds in the gym, but when you go to put a suitcase in the back of your car, you throw your back out. Or, you can bicep curl with 50-pound dumbbells with perfect form, but picking up your child makes you pull a muscle. If either of these things sound like you, it may be time to incorporate functional fitness training into your routine.

Each class is carefully designed by Coach Ro to get the most out of your hour long workout. Class begins with a 5 to 10 minute warm-up routine relevant to that classes agenda, 15 to 20 minutes on strength, 15 to 20 minutes of HIIT or circuit training with a 5 to 10 minute cool down and stretch after the WOD.

LET #COACHRO BE YOUR GUIDE
"I promise to take a personal interest in your goals!"

Functional Training Class | Weekday Mornings

GET FIT EGV

$20.00

Group classes are offered at 5:15am, 6:15am 5:15pm, 6:30pm and 8pm.
*Please reserve with 24 hour notice*

Due to social distancing, class is limited to 3 members at a time. Masks will be required for indoor classes at all times.

During our small group training sessions you can expect to not only build strength but improve your flexibility and mobility with the the various types of modalities involved within each and every workout. This is what's called functional fitness training. Read more about it below.

What is functional training training?

Functional fitness training is a classification of training that prepares the body for real-life movements and activities. Also known as functional training or functional movement, “It trains your muscles to work together and prepares them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work, or in sports.” – Mayo Clinic. Movements such as squatting, reaching, pulling, and lifting will be made easier with functional fitness integrated into your exercise routine. According to WebMD.com, functional fitness is focused on building a body capable of doing real-life activities in real-life positions, not just lifting a certain amount of weight in an idealized posture created by a gym machine. For example, you could be deadlifting 400+ pounds in the gym, but when you go to put a suitcase in the back of your car, you throw your back out. Or, you can bicep curl with 50-pound dumbbells with perfect form, but picking up your child makes you pull a muscle. If either of these things sound like you, it may be time to incorporate functional fitness training into your routine.

Each class is carefully designed by Coach Ro to get the most out of your hour long workout. Class begins with a 5 to 10 minute warm-up routine relevant to that classes agenda, 15 to 20 minutes on strength, 15 to 20 minutes of HIIT or circuit training with a 5 to 10 minute cool down and stretch after the WOD.

LET #COACHRO BE YOUR GUIDE
"I promise to take a personal interest in your goals!"

Functional Training Class | Weekday Mornings

GET FIT EGV

$20.00

Group classes are offered at 5:15am, 6:15am, 9:30am *NEW CLASS TIME* 5:15pm, 6:30pm and 8pm.

*Please reserve with 24 hour notice*

Due to social distancing, class is limited to 3 members at a time. Masks will be required for indoor classes at all times.

During our small group training sessions you can expect to not only build strength but improve your flexibility and mobility with the the various types of modalities involved within each and every workout. This is what's called functional fitness training. Read more about it below.

What is functional training training?

Functional fitness training is a classification of training that prepares the body for real-life movements and activities. Also known as functional training or functional movement, “It trains your muscles to work together and prepares them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work, or in sports.” – Mayo Clinic. Movements such as squatting, reaching, pulling, and lifting will be made easier with functional fitness integrated into your exercise routine. According to WebMD.com, functional fitness is focused on building a body capable of doing real-life activities in real-life positions, not just lifting a certain amount of weight in an idealized posture created by a gym machine. For example, you could be deadlifting 400+ pounds in the gym, but when you go to put a suitcase in the back of your car, you throw your back out. Or, you can bicep curl with 50-pound dumbbells with perfect form, but picking up your child makes you pull a muscle. If either of these things sound like you, it may be time to incorporate functional fitness training into your routine.

Each class is carefully designed by Coach Ro to get the most out of your hour long workout. Class begins with a 5 to 10 minute warm-up routine relevant to that classes agenda, 15 to 20 minutes on strength, 15 to 20 minutes of HIIT or circuit training with a 5 to 10 minute cool down and stretch after the WOD.

LET #COACHRO BE YOUR GUIDE
"I promise to take a personal interest in your goals!"

Functional Training Class | Weekday Evenings

GET FIT EGV

$20.00

Group classes are offered at 5:15am, 6:15am 5:15pm, 6:30pm and 8pm.
*Please reserve with 24 hour notice*

Due to social distancing, class is limited to 3 members at a time. Masks will be required for indoor classes at all times.

During our small group training sessions you can expect to not only build strength but improve your flexibility and mobility with the the various types of modalities involved within each and every workout. This is what's called functional fitness training. Read more about it below.

What is functional training training?

Functional fitness training is a classification of training that prepares the body for real-life movements and activities. Also known as functional training or functional movement, “It trains your muscles to work together and prepares them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work, or in sports.” – Mayo Clinic. Movements such as squatting, reaching, pulling, and lifting will be made easier with functional fitness integrated into your exercise routine. According to WebMD.com, functional fitness is focused on building a body capable of doing real-life activities in real-life positions, not just lifting a certain amount of weight in an idealized posture created by a gym machine. For example, you could be deadlifting 400+ pounds in the gym, but when you go to put a suitcase in the back of your car, you throw your back out. Or, you can bicep curl with 50-pound dumbbells with perfect form, but picking up your child makes you pull a muscle. If either of these things sound like you, it may be time to incorporate functional fitness training into your routine.

Each class is carefully designed by Coach Ro to get the most out of your hour long workout. Class begins with a 5 to 10 minute warm-up routine relevant to that classes agenda, 15 to 20 minutes on strength, 15 to 20 minutes of HIIT or circuit training with a 5 to 10 minute cool down and stretch after the WOD.

LET #COACHRO BE YOUR GUIDE
"I promise to take a personal interest in your goals!"

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Functional Training Class | Weekday Evenings

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