This class is designed to help you build a strong, functional, and aesthetic physique. Combining classic bodybuilding movements with functional training principles, our experienced coaches will guide you through a variety of exercises and techniques to help you develop lean muscle mass, improve your posture, and increase your overall athleticism.
Whether you're a seasoned athlete or just starting out, our Functional Bodybuilding class is a great way to take your fitness to the next level.
During our Functional Bodybuilding class, you will learn how to move with intention and purpose.
Our coaches will focus on proper form and technique, ensuring that you're using the correct muscles and avoiding injury.
We will also incorporate mobility and stability work to help you move better and feel better in your daily life. By the end of the class, you'll leave feeling stronger, more confident, and ready to take on whatever challenges come your way.
At Brick Los Angeles, we believe that fitness should be fun and challenging. Our Functional Bodybuilding class is a great way to challenge yourself both physically and mentally, while also having fun and connecting with like-minded individuals.
We welcome people of all fitness levels, ages, and backgrounds to come join us for a challenging and rewarding workout experience. Come see for yourself why Functional Bodybuilding is one of our most popular classes!
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