Functional Integrated Training - Fitness For Life
Personal Training with a difference.
Our mission is to maximise your body’s performance and your quality of life.
Originally developed for rehabilitation purposes, Functional Integrated Training concentrates on movement patterns and the natural biomechanics of body to handle real life situations. The key to functional exercise is integration and adaptation, it teaches the muscles to work together rather than isolating them to work independently. This allows the individual to perform the activities of daily life or sports easily and with less chance of injury.
Working in conjunction with Integrated Body Dynamics we are able to offer access to some of the UK's leading physical therapists, ranging from Sports Massage therapists, orthopedic and cranial sacral therapy as well as many other neuromuscular techniques. This direct link allows us to seamlessly continue the rehabilitation work started by these professionals.
We also focus on Pre rehabilitation work, that is prescribing strength and conditioning exercises for specific muscles that help to reduce injury risks, before an injury actually occurs.
We are a dedicated and qualified training team; Mervyn, Tom, Vishal, Sunny and James and we’re here to help you reach your fitness goals and get fit for life!
Meet the team and pop in for chat next time you’re passing or email us at email@example.com
Kettle Bell Training at the N4 Studio
Work up a sweat at lunchtime!
Try our drop in lunchtime classes. It's easy, step away from your desk, get sweaty for 30 minutes and feel smug for the rest of the day!
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- Monday07:00 - 21:00
- Tuesday07:00 - 21:00
- Wednesday07:00 - 21:00
- Thursday07:00 - 21:00
- Friday07:00 - 21:00
- Saturday08:00 - 20:00
- Sunday09:00 - 18:00
Praise for N4
“I thoroughly enjoyed yesterday’s session. Your teaching was very clear, straightforward, and delivered in a way and which made me feel that I could do it (and therefore made me it more likely that I would succeed). It was also interesting – by the end of the session it was clear why good technique is worth achieving.”