If you have never engaged in any kind of strength training before, it’s not too late to start reaping the benefits of exercise.
Functional range conditioning (FRC) is a system of mobility training that can help improve your joint health, flexibility, and overall physical function.
As we age, it’s natural for our bodies to lose some of the mobility and flexibility that we had in our youth. This can lead to an increased risk of injury and a decrease in our ability to participate in the physical activities we enjoy.
FRC is designed to address these issues by helping to improve the function of our joints and muscles.
Benefits of Functional Range Conditioning (FRC):
- Reduced Risk of Injury
- As we age, our bodies may be more prone to injury. FRC can help to reduce the risk of injury by increasing the range of motion in our joints and improving the strength and control of our muscles.
- Improved Health and Well-Being
- Improved flexibility and mobility can help us move more easily and comfortably in our daily lives, and can also make it easier to participate in physical activities such as walking, hiking, or playing sports. This, in turn, can help to improve our overall physical fitness and reduce the risk of chronic health conditions such as obesity, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.
- Improved Mental and Emotional Well-Being
- Exercise has been shown to reduce stress, improve mood, and boost self-esteem, and FRC is no exception. By setting and working towards mobility goals, we can gain a sense of accomplishment and pride that can translate into other areas of our lives.
If you’re interested in moving, feeling and performing better, FRC is a great place to start. It’s important to work with a qualified instructor who can guide you through the exercises and ensure that you are performing them safely and effectively.
With consistent practice, you can start to see improvements in your flexibility, strength, and overall physical function.
So don’t let age be a barrier – start reaping the many health and lifestyle benefits of FRC today!
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