Functional Range Conditioning: Understanding FRC & Mobility Training

Functional Range Conditioning

Functional Range Conditioning, often abbreviated as FRC, is a mobility training system. Mobility refers to the amount of active, usable motion one possesses, which means the range of motion that you can actively and effectively use in your daily activities. FRC, developed by human movement expert Dr. Andreo Spina, is designed to increase these active, usable ranges of motion and improve movement capacity, joint mobility, strength, and neurological control.

Our team of personal trainers, armed with the tools provided by FRC, are ready to assess, improve, and sustain your joint’s strength, integrity, and resilience. You can trust in our expertise to guide you on your mobility journey.

Say goodbye to painful movements and achy joints, and say hello to a body that moves better than you thought possible.

Redefine what it means to move

How does Functional Range Conditioning help?

Do you suffer from lower back pain or a poppy, clicky shoulder? We’re here to alleviate your discomfort and help you move with ease.

Do you wake up feeling beat up every day? We can show you how to recover more efficiently.

Are you unsure how to get started on your fitness journey? We can teach you the fundamentals of human movement.

Using Functional Range Conditioning, we ensure that no potential is left unexplored. Our program is designed to cater to everyone, regardless of their current fitness level. FRC teaches the central nervous system to control newly acquired ranges, enhancing overall movement quality for all.

Controlled articular rotations (CARs) are a key component of FRC. CARs are a series of exercises that involve moving a joint through its full range of motion under muscular control. These exercises improve joint health, maintain range of motion, and enhance muscular and neurological control. By providing afferent feedback to the nervous system, CARs help maintain articular health and serve as a self-assessment tool.

Functional Range Conditioning helps

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The truth is, our gym invested thousands of dollars into educating our staff on Functional Range Conditioning because it’s the best in the business. Techniques such as progressive angular isometric loading and regressive angular isometric loading are integral parts of FRC, helping to expand and strengthen articular ranges. As a result, we have one of the highest-functioning personal training staff in Grand Rapids, MI, and Austin, TX.

Don’t leave results on the table. Instead, sign up for an assessment today or schedule a call below. During the assessment, we will evaluate your current movement patterns, joint health, and strength at various ranges. This will help us develop a personalized training plan to improve your strength at these newly acquired ranges.

Your health and longevity depend on it.

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The truth is that most people spin their wheels far longer than they should. We understand. Your life is busy, you have prior commitments, and change may seem impossible. But we believe in your potential for change. Even if you don’t know where to start, we’re here to guide you.

Just remember: being personal trainers and coaches is not just a side job for us, it’s our life’s mission. We wake up every day with the sole purpose of impacting as many lives as possible with a completely customized, high-level coaching program. We are dedicated to helping you stay committed to your health and fitness journey, no matter what it takes.

Why waste another moment on programs that aren’t designed for you or personal trainers who don’t take your goals seriously? It’s time to make a change.

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