You can use functional cross training whether the goal is dropping a little extra weight, shaving minutes off a marathon time, or build core strength for a more powerful tennis serve, this workout partner includes day-by-day workouts, that delivers over 100 exercises, complete with step-by-step photos that enable readers to transform their bodies and perform like never before.
A revolutionary program for developing a toned, muscular body while maximizing athletic ability
Embracing a spectrum of different workout methods, cross training is the best way to produce a fit, slender body while achieving peak overall fitness. Functional Cross Training is a step-by-step guide that brings together this wide range of cutting-edge techniques, including plyometrics, intense circuit training, weight lifting, and gym-free body-weight exercises. The results are astounding–dramatically increased power, incredible endurance, packed-on lean muscle mass, and greatly reduced body fat. Whether the goal is dropping a little extra weight, shaving minutes off a marathon time, or build core strength for a more powerful tennis serve, “Functional Cross Training” is the workout partner that will push readers to their full potential. In addition to these revolutionary day-by-day workouts, this illustrated guide delivers over 100 unique exercises, complete with step-by-step photos that enable readers to transform their bodies and perform like they never thought possible.
Table of Contents:
Part 1. Overview — Introduction — The Journey — About the Book — What is FXT? — Why FXT? — Getting to Know Your Body — Frequently Asked Questions — Before You Begin — Rest & Recovery — Learning & Using Proper Form — What’s Your Motivation? — Part 2. Programs — Getting Started — Baseline Testing — Using the FXT Point System — What Intensity Means to Your Workout — How Long Should My Program Be? — FXT: PX1 Total-Body Fitness & Weight Loss — FXT: FIT Developing Explosive Speed & Athletic Performance — FXT: SXP Building Endurance For Long-Distance Performance — FXT: EXP Building Muscle — FXT: SR1 Developing Strength — Part 3. Exercises — Part 4. Nutrition — Fueling the Athlete — Nutrition for FXT: Fit, FXT: SXP & FXT: EXP — Nutrition for Building Muscle & Developing Strength — Appendix — Index — Photo Credits — About the Authors.