The Art and Science of Functional Fitness and Attribute Development
“The same combat and conditioning methods used by Elite Soldiers, Professional Athletes, and Martial Arts Masters…!
Action Strength is a complete portable functional fitness training System that combines Kettlebells, Ancient Indian Exercises(Body Weight & Mace), with Qi-Gong and Tai-Chi Secrets to create what can only be known as the Super Athlete!
Functional Fitness, Extraordinary Strength, Flawless Body Mechanics, & a Sharp Mind!
The goal of the Action Strength training methodology is to develop a complete Super Athlete. Using the same methods employed by elite military, Ancient Warriors and Kung-Fu Masters, whose lives depended on their ability to perform their physical techniques and keep a calm and quiet mind. Because for them, survival was a daily task.
Action Strength Level 1 Certification- The Fundamentals of Functional Fitness and Attribute Development – Sunnyvale, California – July 25-27, 2013. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Swimming Dragon
- Leg Lockouts
- Spiral Power
- Mind Body Connection
Indian Body Weight Exercises:
- 5 Full Body Progressions
- Tiger Twists
- Ground Flows
Lectures: Program Design and The Action Strength Endurance Curve, Removing Physical Limitations, Speed vs Timing, Body Feel & The Emotional Dimension, Strength as a Skill, King of the Core, Physical vs Psychological impacts on Coordination, Posture, Breathing, and Intent, the 3 Stages of the Athletic Cycle, the 4 Components of Action Strength, 3 secrets of total Body Control and Awareness.
Unique Selling Proposition: The first Fitness and Attribute Development System to have a progressive belt ranking system to help retain and grow student population.
Certification Requirement: A minimum physical requirement of 50 Dands(Indian Pushup) and 100(Indian Squat) Bhetaks is required. All participants must also be able to technically perform and teach the exercises with safety and proper form. We do not believe in Injuries.
Email email@example.com or call 408-857-9205, for more information.