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Pete Roper's Functional Fitness Club, Sturminster Newton Dorset

With Pete's extensive background within the fitness industry, as a gym instructor and veteran long distance runner, it is no surprise that he has now opened Pete's Functional Fitness Club at Richmar Trading Estate, Butts Pond, Sturminster Newton.

So now you can improve your fitness and quality of life with the support, guidance and motivation from Pete.

The first steps to a better lifestyle and a better you!

Working out and living actively isn't about building muscles or breaking records. It's about whatever makes you happy and improving those all-important area of lifestyle and wellbeing. Pete will take the time to get to know you, find out your likes, your dislikes, and exactly what you want to achieve. Then, and only then, will he help create a training plan to match you and your particular needs.

You'll get 100% personalised professional support right from the start and you have friendly encouragement every bead of sweat of the way. Pete wants you to love your workout as much as you love the amazing, feel-good sensation afterwards.

Pete offers you ::

  • Friendly and relax environment to workout in
  • Flexible membership with no restrictive yearly contracts
  • Professional training advice personalised to your needs

Pete's Functional Fitness Club - Opening Times ::

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday :: 08:30-12.00 & 17:00-20:30
Wednesday :: 17:00-20:30
Friday :: 08:30-12.00 & 17:00-19:30
Saturdays & Bank Holidays :: 08:00-12.00
Sundays :: Closed

Sandbag Training (Booking Required) ::

Wednesday :: 18:30-19:15
Saturday :: 07:00-07.45

Facilities include ::

  • Boxing equipment
  • Concept 2 rowing training
  • Full range of Jordan free-weights
  • Good range of functional training kit
  • Sandbags & Sandbag group training
  • Suspension training
  • Wattbike training

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Functional Training

Prepares you for the movements you perform in every day life. If you want to move, feel and look better, you should train your body holistically and respect the way it moves and functions naturally. That means that instead of basing your workouts around isolated, body building style exercises performed sitting down on machines, you should stand up to train and use a balance of movements that simultaneously tax multiple muscle groups and incorporate all three planes of motion. Sagittal, Frontal and Transverse.

What is Functional Training?

Functional training helps provide you with the strength, stability, power, mobility, endurance and flexibility that you need to thrive as you move through your life and sports. You use basic functional movement patterns like pushing,pulling,squatting,rotating,carrying and gait patterns ( walking and running) every day, functional training utilises exercises that improve your movement proficiency, in these primary patterns to give you an edge and enhance your performance so you can achieve your goals safely and with good health.

Why is Functional Training Important?

Life is unpredictable and unstable, so why would you develop your training using stable and predictable routines and equipment. No matter your fitness goal, treat variety and practical application as critical components of your training. You don't live in a vacuum, so why would you train in one.

Contact Details ::

For more information or to arrange a visit please call Pete on 0797 7859965 or email pete@peteroper.com.

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