Primal By Seven - Seven Exercises, So Many MovesGetting fit is more than just hitting the gym! The PRIMALx7 builds on the increasing need for sustainable fitness programs in order to keep people on target with their health and wellness goals. The regressive assistance method was designed with the thought process that not everyone was born an athlete. There must be a starting point for the body to learn how to adjust to high intensity workouts in order to become stronger and experience measurable results. Therefore the PRIMALx7 modality appeals to a wide audience as it incorporates assisted training comparable to having a spotter at the gym, giving someone as much or as little support as needed for workout completion.
The PRIMALx7 is ideal for anyone recovering from an injury and looking to get back into a routine, or just contemplating the initial stages of a fitness program. Full range and proper form mean the possibility for unlimited versatility, the unique regressive assistance method also appeals to the seasoned exercise pro looking to change up their routine and find the best in post fatigue training (PFT).
The human body was meant to move, and using the PRIMALx7 workout goals can be realized little by little using seven basic primal movements of the body including: Squat, Push Up, Pull Up, Great Morning, Twist, Run/Walk, Lunge
Building on these key exercises, virtually hundreds of movements can be performed in a very small space. Because the system is extremely portable and light weight, requiring only a stable object, such as a doorway, tree, pull up bar and even monkey bars at the park, users can easily build consistency into their workouts no matter where they go.
Complete with video tutorial, easy to follow instruction manual, and built in anchor points, users have all the tools they need for a manageable workout which leaves them feeling exercise is as natural as breathing. The PRIMALx7 delivers low impact, high results while creating a whole new type of strong for the body. Feel the freedom of fitness and get back to the basics with the Primal by Seven.