There’s a reason why the phrase ‘NAMMA Bengaluru’ is known to all visitors and residents alike. It’s an emotion. A feeling of ownership and all-embracing community.We exist to summon the same feelings for Fitness and Sport. This is NAMMA.
The 3 tenets of a Healthy Lifestyle.
1. Training –
No matter what type of Athlete you are – Recreational, Amateur or Professional – You are still Human.
Every Human needs Fitness Levels at the base of all complex physical skills or sport.
The absence of such physical abilities usually leads to breakdown in any competitive endeavour or even activities of daily living (ADL).
Training to be Fit & Healthy can be viewed as a way to a method to negate the incidence of injury, illness or disease.
What are the Physical Abilities that are thought to be necessary?
Through our experience at NAMMA, we have a listed the elements that need to be developed in the following order;
Flexibility – Mobility & Strength
Endurance – Aerobic & Anaerobic
Speed, Power, Agility, Reaction & Quickness – SPARQ
Training is progressive. You will learn new skills and drills. There is no end.
80% of the time – you need to be following sustainable food habits.
Eating personally cooked food.
20% of the time – Eat outside but in moderation.
Most of us have it flipped the other way around. FTW. Yes. But there is a hack for everything. We will teach you how.
sleep. Sleep. SLEEP.
There’s also therapeutic massages and other ways to invigorate the physical and mental being – but this is built upon 7-8 hours of sleep per day.
The tougher you make your Life – Physically – the healthier you will live. Illness and Disease will be non-existent.Coach AK Abhinav, CSCS*D
The Power of Community.
There’s something special about this place. We have got 3 Locations. Multiple Training Programmes and Options.
The evidence we have gathered over the last 10 years is that people respond better to training practices and routines better – when part of a supportive community. Like-minded people pushing you to be better than you were yesterday. What’s compelling is that being selfless and compassionate about another’s wellbeing and health is synchronous with the obsessive and compulsive disorder that exists among people who partake in physical activity.
That’s why NAMMA is what it is. C.O.M.M.U.N.I.T.Y