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Functional Fitness Modalities. Semper Fit Health and Fitness. Functional Training. Functional training is a system of conditioning activities that are designed for the specific purpose of enhancing one’s performance in life, combat, sport, and/or activity.

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functional fitness modalities

Functional Fitness Modalities

Semper Fit

Health and Fitness

functional training
Functional Training

Functional training is a system of conditioning activities that are designed for the specific purpose of enhancing one’s performance in life, combat, sport, and/or activity.

It is dynamic, multi-planar, multi-directional, rotational, specific to the sport or activity, and trains the body the way it’s supposed to move.

functional strength
Functional Strength

Functional strength relates to training for performance and movements applicable to combat and other activities of daily living.

Developing specific strength, flexibility and agility will enable results to achieve combat readiness.

Train with a purpose, train with intent, train for the mission.

training for the cft
Training for the CFT

Traditional training is still important but will not adequately prepare the Marine for the CFT

Combat fitness training is necessary

Energy system training

Functional training

Training for the CFT will help a Marine improve their PFT

4 pillars of human movement
4 Pillars of Human Movement

Locomotion

Moving in any direction

Rotation

Rotational movement

Change in Center of Gravity

Center of mass gets higher or lower

Push/Pull

Bringing an object closer to, or pushing it away from the body

tactical performance
Tactical Performance

Making of a Tactical Athlete

Dynamic warm-up

Balance and coordination

Core and functional strength

Speed, agility, quickness (SAQ)

Power

Flexibility

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Includes integrated flexibility and joint stabilization

Increases body temp

Increases range of motion

Reduces muscular tension

Aids in coordination

Develops body awareness

Reduces risk of injuries

Preparation for activities

Up to 15 minutes

Dynamic Warm-Up
balance
Balance

The ability of the body to maintain a desired posture either static or moving

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Balance and Coordination

Barriers to good balance:

Lack of…

Proprioception

Endurance

Strength

Concentration

And/ Or…

Sustaining Injury, Illness or disease

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Balance

Benefits of good balance:

Stable under all conditions

Ability to move in unpredictable conditions

Environmental Feedback

Surface changes

Center of gravity changes

coordination
Coordination

A skill-related component of physical fitness that relates to the ability to use the senses, such as sight and hearing, together with body parts in performing motor tasks smoothly and accurately

Coordination is the movement performed by body parts described as being smooth and accurate

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Core

Supports the spine

All movement includes trunk

Movement in the 3 planes

Sagittal- Flexion and Extension

Frontal- Lateral

Transverse- Rotational

power
Power

Power is the time rate at which work is done

or energy is transferred.

The ability to act with force.

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Power

Power

Speed x Strength = Power

Speed = Power

(assuming strength remains the same)

Strength = Power

(assuming speed remains the same)

training for power
Training for Power

Olympic Lifts

Front Squat

Overhead Squat

Clean

Snatch

Push-Press

Deadlift

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Training for Power

Plyometrics

Type of exercise training designed to produce fast, powerful movements, and improve the functions of the nervous system

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Training for Power

Plyometric drills are a fundamental part of combat fitness training

Plyometric drills help develop rhythm, speed, power and muscular endurance

Training focuses on rapid deceleration and acceleration of muscles that create a stretch-shortening cycle

Strive for speed of execution

Visualize the ground on fire

Limit ground contact

Explode immediately after

Recover between all sets

Think quality, not quantity.

Examples

Bounding

Jumping

Hopping

Skipping

Hurdles

Plyometric Drills

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