We will meet in front of the entrance of the "Acquedotti's Park" and we'll walk through this beautiful and charming park until the point in which I normally go to train with my apprentices and friends. Once at our spot, we'll start a perfect "functional training": I will teach you everything about this practice and we'll try together exercises to train the body for the activities performed in our daily life! Functional training has its origins in rehabilitation and interventions are designed to incorporate task and context specific practices in areas meaningful to each person with an overall goal of functional independence. At the end of the session, we'll have some time to relax and chat - with a fruit and drink -and I'll give you some exercises that you will be able to replicate easily at home at your return!:) I will be happy to share my insider knowledge suggesting the best place in town for sport and good food, so count on me!
I'm an Airbnb host since 10 years and a functional training trainer (CERTIFICATED) and a Personal trainer! I've been a soccer player in a city team in Rome for almost 10 years. Then, I met the "functional training" and I felt in love with it!:) Beyond being an athlete, I'm also a coach of functional training and I'd love to share my knowledge about fitness, healthy supply and functional training with my home guests and other guests that are staying in Rome. Enjoy your first or your "different" training with me...you'll love it!:)
fruit After training
We'll meet in front of the entrance of the wonderful "acquedotti's park", characterized by the presence of many romans aqueducts and other ancient buildings, including the Villa of the Vignacce and the Roma Vecchia farmhouse! The aqueducts are the Anio Vetus, Anio Novus, Aqua Marcia, Aqua Tepula, Aqua Julia, Aqua Claudia and the Felice aqueduct, the latter dating back to the Renaissance... and they are still functioning today!:)
最多10人參加，年齡須滿18歲。 desire to make sport and to learn!
Don't forget to bring with you sportswear and a towel!:)
Functional training in Ancient Rome!