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  • 1. FREESTYLER™
  • 2.  
  • 3. Introduction to the FREESTYLER & FUNCTIONAL DYNAMICS The FREESTYLER is a modern exercise platform that makes very different and interesting workouts possibilities. The Freestyler has been extensively studied and researched for over 3 years and integrates the latest scientific achievements. The result is a highly methodical, systematic and logical exercise system.
  • 4. This exercise system is unique because it combines progressive resistance with multi-axis movements to simulate natural human movements.
  • 5. Because this device enables completely free and natural movements on all levels, we named it the FREESTYLER.
  • 6. Different programs enable various uses of the FREESTYLER device and make it an ideal choice in many wellness programs. <ul><li>DEVICE CAN BE USED: </li></ul><ul><li>in existing sport training regimes , </li></ul><ul><li>in pre-choreographed group fitness to music , </li></ul><ul><li>in advanced rehabilitation after an injury , </li></ul><ul><li>in enhancing the benefits of Pilates techniques , </li></ul><ul><li>as the smallest home gym in the world, it provides countless exercise options . </li></ul>
  • 7. ADVANTAGES FOR OWNERS COMPLETE FITNESS CENTER SOLUTION Whole solution in one place (device, programs, concept, education...). NO LICENCE FEES FOR PROGRAMS Free to choose from our fresh & new programs every year. ATTRACT MORE CLIENTS Retain old customers, attract new ones. COMPLETE MARKETING SUPPORT Brochures, leaflets, posters, flags, promotion on local level... 1 YEAR WARRANTY Send & replace concept for all parts. EASY TO USE, EASY TO STORE Fast implementation in your center, little storage room needed. GREAT COST EFFECT RATIO One device - endless possibilities, also within other classes (pilates, body shaping...). BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Further resell to customers for off season workouts. MORE PROFIT More participants on a gym floor, save time & money on education... BRING SOMETHING NEW TO YOUR FITNESS CENTER Customers like new challenges.
  • 8. ADVANTAGES FOR INSTRUCTORS FUN, INTERESTING & EASY TO LEARN Awesome programs, fun & simple to use, learn quick & easy. STEP BY STEP PROGRAMS ON DVD’s Two-angle video footage, clear & logical presentations, choreography notes... EDUCATION SUPPORT DVD’s, manuals, one day cost-free education, online internet support... PROGRAMS CREATED BY EXPERT TEAMS University educated top instructors & physiotherapists, sport experts, doctors... SIMPLE CLASS ORGANISATION Replace different small equipment with one simple multi-use device.
  • 9. BASIC PRESENTATION OF THE FREESTYLER DEVICE
  • 10. <ul><li>PRESENTATION OF BASIC COMPONENTS: </li></ul><ul><li>Basic board </li></ul><ul><li>Elastic tubing set </li></ul><ul><li>Ankle cuffs </li></ul><ul><li>Adjustable handles </li></ul><ul><li>Foldable mat </li></ul><ul><li>Pilates straps </li></ul>
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  • 12. <ul><li>Dose appropriate resistance with: </li></ul><ul><li>- Different tube strengths (1-7), </li></ul><ul><li>- Different body positions , </li></ul><ul><li>Choosing different exercise. </li></ul>CHOOSING RESISTANCE COMPLETE TUBING TESTS:
  • 13. BASIC HANDLING
  • 14. BASIC HANDLING BASIC ORIENTATION ON THE FREESTYLER RIGHT SIDE FRONT EDGE LEFT SIDE REAR EDGE
  • 15. BASIC HANDLING BASIC STARTING POSITION ON THE FREESTYLER Standing in the middle of the Freestyler®, hips apart and elbows flexed One foot or other body part should always be on the Freestyler!
  • 16. BASIC HANDLING BODY ORIENTATIONS FRONT DIAGONAL SIDEWAYS
  • 17. BASIC HANDLING POSITIONS ON THE BOARD STANDING & FACING FRONT RIGHT CENTER LEFT
  • 18. BASIC HANDLING POSITIONS ON THE BOARD (SEATED – KNEELING & LYING POSITION) SEATED KNEELING PELVIS ON THE BOARD TRUNK ON THE BOARD SHOULDERS ON THE BOARD
  • 19. BASIC HANDLING FEET POSITIONS CLOSE HIP WIDTH APPART WIDE
  • 20. BASIC HANDLING POSSIBLE HANDGRIPS HANDS ON THE FLOOR (handles above the wrists) HANDS ON THE FLOOR (handle above the hand) CLOSED GRIP SUPINE CLOSED GRIP PRONE OPEN PALMS
  • 21. BASIC HANDLING POSITIONING OF ELASTIC TUBES – HANDLE ENDS BASIC POSITION CROSSED IN FRONT OVER SHOULDERS CROSSED BEHIND PARALLEL - KNEELING CROSSED ON THE FLOOR CROSSED BEHIND - SEATED CROSSED - SEATED
  • 22. BASIC HANDLING POSITIONING OF ELASTIC TUBES – ANKLE CUFF ENDS CUFFS ABOVE ANKLE (never fasten it too tight, still should be able to turn) CUFFS AROUND FEET CUFFS AND HANDLES (PILATES STRAPS) AROUND FEET
  • 23. BASIC HANDLING SOME OF THE BASIC EXERCISE MAT CONFIGURATIONS 1:1: 1 :1:1 0: 1 :2:1 0: 3 :1:1 0: 1 :4 4: 1 :0 0: 5 :0 0: 4 :1 2: 1 :1:1 2: 1 :2
  • 24. Everyday natural motion demands movement in all directions. The exercises that force us to make simple movements are less effective and less useful. In single-axis movements certain muscles may become strong but there is a lack of coordination. “ The key to functional exercise is integration. It’s about teaching all the muscles to work together rather than isolating them to work independently.“ (Roskopf, 2005) INTRODUCTION TO THE FUNCTIONAL DYNAMICS™
  • 25. MAIN FEATURES OF FUNCTIONAL DYNAMICS ™ : <ul><li>THREE DIMENSIONAL NATURAL AND FUNCTIONAL MULTI-AXIS MOVEMENTS </li></ul><ul><li>DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCULAR CONTRACTION </li></ul><ul><li>CONTINUOUS EXERCISE FLOW (BODY FLOW) </li></ul><ul><li>ASSURED MUSCLE BALANCE </li></ul><ul><li>MAXIMUM RANGE OF MOTION </li></ul><ul><li>CORE STABILITY </li></ul><ul><li>PROPRIOCEPTIVE WORKOUT </li></ul><ul><li>VISUALISATION TECHNIQUES </li></ul>
  • 26. <ul><li>FUNCTIONALITY </li></ul><ul><li>Ability to respond to specific demands ... </li></ul><ul><li>FUNCTIONAL TRAINING IS RELATIVE TO: </li></ul><ul><li>A IMS (rehab ilitation , strength, sport specific ) </li></ul><ul><li>S UBJECT (athlete s, children, elderly…) </li></ul>FUNCTIONAL TRAINING
  • 27. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING “ Integrated, multi-planar movements that involve joint acceleration, stabilization, and deceleration, with the intent of improving movement ability, core strength, and neuromuscular efficiency.” (Bryant, 2005) “ Functional training is training that stimulates our bodies to move in the way it is naturally engineered”(NASM) “ Movements or exercises that improve one’s ability to complete their ADLs with greater efficiency and effectiveness.” (ACE)
  • 28. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING <ul><li>Training to improve functional strength involves more than simply increasing the force-producing capability of a muscle or group of muscles. Rather, it requires training to enhance the coordinated working relationship between the nervous and muscular systems. (Bryant, 2005) </li></ul><ul><li>The key to functional exercise is integration. It's about teaching all the muscles to work together rather than isolating them to work independently.“ (Roskopf, 2005) </li></ul>
  • 29. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING PRIMARY GOALS OF FUNCTIONAL TRAINING “ ..the primary goal of functional training is to transfer the improvements achieved in one movement to enhancing the performance of another movement by affecting the entire neuromuscular system.” “ In functional training, it is as critical to train the specific movement as it is to train the muscles involved in the movement. The brain, which controls muscular movement, thinks in terms of whole motions, not individual muscles.”
  • 30. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING <ul><li>Features </li></ul><ul><li>Multi-planar </li></ul><ul><li>Lumbo pelvic stabilization (Core Muscle s ) </li></ul><ul><li>Motor Coordination </li></ul><ul><li>Neuromuscular Efficiency </li></ul><ul><li>Transfer Effect </li></ul><ul><li>Kinetic Chain s (“integration not isolation”) </li></ul>
  • 31. MULTI - PLANAR Coronal Plane Sagittal Plane Transverse Plane Multi - planar FUNCTIONAL TRAINING
  • 32. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING Lumbo Pelvic Stabilization CORE MUSCLES
  • 33. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING Motor Coordination and Neuromuscular Efficiency
  • 34. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING Transfer Effect
  • 35. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING Kinetic Chain INTEGRATE! ... don’t isolate
  • 36. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING Kinetic Chain ANTERIOR POSTERIOR CORE Different Kinetic Chain s
  • 37. FUNCTIONAL TRAINING AT ITS BEST
  • 38. Traditional Strength Training <ul><li>Isolation </li></ul><ul><li>Seating or lying </li></ul><ul><li>% 1RM Maximal Strength </li></ul><ul><li>Lack of Neuromuscular Stimuli </li></ul><ul><li>Guided movements </li></ul><ul><li>Cammes </li></ul>Functional Training <ul><li>Integration </li></ul><ul><li>Standing or unstable surfaces </li></ul><ul><li>No 1RM – aim and subject-specific </li></ul><ul><li>High Neuromuscular Stimuli </li></ul><ul><li>Free movement </li></ul><ul><li>Coordination </li></ul>
  • 39. BASIC EXERCISES ON THE FREESTYLER Basic exercises on the Freestyler are mainly derived from single axis movements , combined movements according to functional anatomy. We consider this as basics for all further Functional dynamics multiaxis movement patterns. Exercises are organised according to body parts and movements of the joints.
  • 40. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SQUAT
  • 41. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT HIP EXTENSION
  • 42. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT BACK LUNGE
  • 43. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT HIP FLEXION
  • 44. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT KNEE EXTENSION
  • 45. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT KNEE FLEXION
  • 46. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT LEG ABDUCTION
  • 47. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT LEG ADDUCTION
  • 48. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT HIP INNER & OUTER ROTATION
  • 49. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT DORSAL FLEXION
  • 50. BASIC EXERCISES FOR LEGS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY HIP JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, inner & outer rotation) KNEE JOINT (flexion, extension) ANKLE JOINT (dorsal flexion, plantar flexion, eversion, inversion) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT PLANTAR FLEXION
  • 51. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ELBOW FLEXION
  • 52. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension ) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ELBOW EXTENSION
  • 53. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension ) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRICEPS KICKBACK
  • 54. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT WRIST PRONATION - SUPINATION
  • 55. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT WRIST EXTENSION
  • 56. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT WRIST FLEXION
  • 57. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT WRIST RADIAL FLEXION
  • 58. BASIC EXERCISES FOR ARMS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) WRIST JOINT (flexion, extension, adduction, abduction) RADIAL - ULNAR JOINT (pronation, supination) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT WRIST ULNAR FLEXION
  • 59. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ARM ABDUCTION
  • 60. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT FRONT RAISE
  • 61. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SHOULDER OUTER ROTATION
  • 62. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT REVERSE BUTTERFLY
  • 63. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SHOULDER PRESS
  • 64. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SHOULDER SHRUGS
  • 65. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SHOULDER HORIZONTAL ADDUCTION
  • 66. BASIC EXERCISES FOR SHOULDERS FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (Flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT UPRIGHT ROW
  • 67. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ROWING
  • 68. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT GOOD MORNING
  • 69. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT REVERSE BUTTERFLY
  • 70. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT DIAGONAL BACK EXTENSION
  • 71. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT REVERSE BACK EXTENSION
  • 72. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT BACK EXTENSION
  • 73. BASIC EXERCISES FOR BACK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SIMULTANEOUS BACK EXTENSION
  • 74. BASIC EXERCISES FOR TRUNK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SPINE (flexion, extension, side flexion, rotation) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRUNK FLEXION
  • 75. BASIC EXERCISES FOR TRUNK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SPINE (flexion, extension, side flexion, rotation) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT REVERSE TRUNK FLEXION
  • 76. BASIC EXERCISES FOR TRUNK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SPINE (flexion, extension, side flexion, rotation) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRUNK FLEXION WITH TWIST
  • 77. BASIC EXERCISES FOR TRUNK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SPINE (flexion, extension, side flexion, rotation) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRUNK SIDE FLEXION
  • 78. BASIC EXERCISES FOR TRUNK FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SPINE (flexion, extension, side flexion, rotation) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRUNK TWIST
  • 79. BASIC EXERCISES FOR CHEST FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT CHEST PRESS
  • 80. BASIC EXERCISES FOR CHEST FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT BUTTERFLY
  • 81. BASIC EXERCISES FOR CHEST FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SHOULDER JOINT (flexion, extension, horizontal adduction, horizontal abduction, inner & outer rotation) ELBOW JOINT (flexion, extension) COMPLEX MULTIAXIS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT PULLOVER
  • 82. FREESTYLER E XERCISES MOVEMENTS Actions where both , muscles and planes of movements , are easy to define. Traditional exercise with a higher or lower level of stabilization required . Actions where more muscles and plane of movements are involved. Combination of upper and lower limbs movements or complex core movements .
  • 83. <ul><ul><li>Functional training has its origins in rehabilitation. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Physical therapists developed exercises that mimicked what patients did at home or work in order to return to their lives or jobs after an injury or surgery. </li></ul></ul>Functional training mainly involves weight-bearing activities targeted at core muscles of the abdomen and lower back. Most fitness facilities have a variety of weight training machines that target and isolate specific muscles. As a result the movements do not necessarily bear any relationship to the movements people make in their regular activities or sports. Functional training attempts to adapt or develop exercises that allow individuals to perform the activities of daily life more easily and without injuries.
  • 84. THE ADVANTAGES OF FREESTYLER & FUNCTIONAL DYNAMICS
  • 85. <ul><li>ENABLED PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE (seven pairs of elastic bands of dif f erent strength) </li></ul><ul><li>OPTIMAL ELONGATION RANGE ( F reestyler ’ s unique system of hyperboloid rollers distributes force evenly – </li></ul><ul><li>2 5 - 250%) </li></ul><ul><li>ELASTIC RESISTANCE WITH NO INERTIA (because elastic tubes have no inertia they are safe and easy to use) </li></ul><ul><li>ENDLESS EXERCISE AND FUTURE WORKOUT POSSIBILITIES (over 1000 exercises which will continually challenge your body and bring results) </li></ul><ul><li>INCREASED MUSCULAR INERVATION (employed prime movers with supporting muscle groups for increased muscle innervation) </li></ul><ul><li>ENCHANCED CARDIO RESPONS E (unique resistance with thought full exercise promote increased peripheral blood flow) </li></ul>
  • 86. Advantages of FUNCTIONAL DYNAMICS : <ul><li>3D NATURAL & FUNCIONAL MULTI – AXIS MOVEMENTS (Freestyler allows exercising using natural body movements) </li></ul><ul><li>ASSURED MUSCLE BALANCE (all choreographies in the freestyler exercise system assure balanced muscle strength) </li></ul><ul><li>VISUALISATION TECHNIQUES (it gives an instructor a methodological tool for enhancing the technique) </li></ul><ul><li>CORE STABILITY (core stability training recruits the trunk musculature and teaches how to control the body) </li></ul><ul><li>DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCULAR CONTRACTION (elastic resistance ensure the balance between concentric and eccentric contractions) </li></ul><ul><li>MAXIMUM RANGE OF MOTION (maximum ROM allows you to achieve maximum muscle activation and strength gains ) </li></ul>
  • 87. <ul><li>SYNCHRONIZED WHOL E BODY WORKOUT (teaching all the muscles to work together rather than isolating them to work independently) </li></ul><ul><li>CONTINUOUS EXERCISE FLOW (you can progress from one exercise to another, which assures continuous workout intensity) </li></ul><ul><li>BASIC TRAINING PRINCIPLES (seven training principles are incorporated in all workout programs – Overload – Regeneration - Specificity – Change – Individuality - Periodisation - Planning principle) </li></ul><ul><li>PROPRIOCEPTIVE WORKOUT (promotion of proprioception and kinesthetic awarness in all workout programs ) </li></ul>
  • 88. POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS WITH OTHER EQUIPMENT (BIG BALL)
  • 89. POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS WITH OTHER EQUIPMENT ( BALANCE PAD )
  • 90. <ul><li>Big ball </li></ul><ul><li>Small ball </li></ul><ul><li>Balance pad </li></ul><ul><li>Stability b oard </li></ul><ul><li>Foam r oller </li></ul><ul><li>Resistance ring </li></ul><ul><li>etc. </li></ul>
  • 91. “ There are no functional machine s , but only functional ways to use them”

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