Want to look good and move well? Functional Bodybuilding is an approach to training that can be used a little or a lot to increase strength, correct imbalances, improve movement quality, and help you gain comfort and confidence in a variety of positions, without sacrificing aesthetics. Revival Strength programs are built around Functional Bodybuilding principles, as well as mixing in Olympic weightlifting and classic functional fitness. Here are some ways to get involved with Functional Bodybuilding:
Custom Programming for Individuals
Get your very own custom program that includes training, nutrition, and support to live a healthy life and reach your goals faster. You don’t have to be a pro to have your own coach – we love working with a diverse range of clients all around the world who want to invest in their health and wellbeing and love their training.
Online Group Program for Individuals
Awaken Training Series is a series of four 12-week programs using Functional Bodybuilding progressions to gain strength, even out imbalances, improve your positions, and fall in love with your training all over again. Next registration October 2018.
Functional Bodybuilding Warmup
Suitable for individuals or groups, FBB Warmup: Volume One provides 60 sortable, searchable warmups to mobilize as you move and incorporate the benefits of Functional Bodybuilding into your training right away. Instant access to come back to anytime you need a fun, effective warmup that will kill those empty barbell warmup boredom blues.
This introductory course was co-created by 6x CrossFit Games athlete Marcus Filly of Revival Strength, and Mike Lee, Marcus’s coach at OPEX. Learn how to approach a training program that balances aesthetics and function, emphasizing quality of movement and connection with your body. FBB 101 provides an overview of approaching movement progressions to learn new skills, correct imbalances, and develop work capacity without overtraining. A great first step on your FBB educational journey.
The beginning of an ongoing series of volumes, this course dives into the details of movement progressions by pattern. Coming soon; sign up for our email list for updates on new releases.
Plus Bonus Nutrition Guide