Functional training differs from other forms of training such as powerlifting, weightlifting, bodybuilding, not when it comes to their non-functionality, but regarding the choice of props, exercises and the definition of training operators in meaningful training.
Thus, functional training prepares the muscles for joint action in everyday life activities and considering that it simultaneously engages different muscles from several muscle groups, functional training emphasizes the core muscles and the stability they provide to the whole body. The goal of such fitness training is for a person to be simply fit, to feel good and stable in their body.
As a form of functional training, fitness training is a very useful type of physical activity because it simultaneously activates several muscles, several muscle groups and several joints. This makes it easier to perform daily activities, it reduces the risk of injury and, consequently, significantly improves the quality of life of a person who has decided to dedicate himself to his body. For athletes, functional training improves performance in the sport they practise, and its individualization and adaptation to individual needs and characteristics guarantee efficiency and an increase in overall functionality.