Friday, November 28, 2014

Functional Training Ireland – Helping People Achieve The Results They Want
For many people, getting into shape is a tough challenge. More so if you are doing it all by yourself; without expert guidance. A big drawback to this is you might be doing routines that are not right for you or doing your exercises the wrong way. This may be the reason why you are not getting close to achieving the kind of results you want for your body. What you need is a personal trainer; someone who can provide you the proper, personal instruction on techniques so you can achieve results without the risk of getting injured.

Hiring a personal trainer is a good decision if you really want to achieve your health and fitness goals.

How Functional Training Ireland Can Help You

It is the aim of FTI to help people lose weight, become fitter, and stronger and more confident while dealing on past injury problems.

Those who are injured and go to the centre can rest assure that the team at FTI will do their very best to get you back on the road in just a few sessions as much as possible.

The good thing about going to the centre is that, if ever you feel that your needs have not been fairly addressed and you are dissatisfied about how they work to improve your body and your quality of life, you can just inform them about it and you will not be charged for your next two sessions.

As an exclusive physiotherapy, personal training and group personal training centre, they welcome all inquiries from people who are serious about getting better.

The centre is open from Monday to Friday at 7 in the morning until 9 in the evening. During Saturdays, they are open from 9am till 4pm and on Sundays, they start at 10am to 4pm. 

How FTI Started

The owner of Functional Training Ireland is David Hare. He holds a degree in Sports and Exercise Science, a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is a level one weightlifting coach. Aside from that, David is a fully qualified sports massage therapist as well.

Dave opened FTI in 2008 after he was fired from a previous job. The centre is located at 29 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin 2. 

Out of frustration by the poor quality of service in commercial gyms and the lack of proper instructing and old-fashioned machines, Dave wanted to train people and show them the right way. He also knows that Functional Training is really hard to explain, with all those technical terms; and so what he did was for an amount of €59 clients can try all of their training services for 30 days. If they like how it’s going, then they can go on with the service, otherwise, they can just stop.

To find more about their health and fitness services and packages, visit the website at

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