Golf Fitness

“The more I got into exercise and fitness the better my game became.” Rory Mcllroy

Health & Better Golf

Start Shaping Your New Game Today

Time to make a change

Feel Like It’s Time to Make a Change in Your Life, But Can’t Seem to Find a Way?

Playing golf requires a range of physical attributes, golfers are now appreciating the benefits of being fitter and stronger to improve their game.

Your Golf Fit programmes are designed by our highly qualified and experienced personal trainer and sports therapist.  Our approach will help you to enhance your flexibility, mobility, stability, muscular endurance, strength speed, and power.

Your programmes can be accessed online and are available on your mobile.

Why Exercise

Why Exercise?

The benefits of exercise to your golf game include

·         Improvement of posture

·         Improvement of balance & coordination

·         Improvement of flexibility & Mobility

·         Increase in muscular endurance, strength, speed & power 

·         Strengthening of the core muscles  

·         Reduce injury potential


2. How Do I know If Fitness Training is Right For Me?

How much physical activity do adults aged 19 to 64 years old need to do to stay healthy?

“To stay healthy or improve health, adults need to do 2 types of physical activity each week: aerobic and strength exercises.

How much physical activity you need to do each week depends on your age” NHS Guidelines.

Why is Muscle strength necessary?

“Muscle strength is necessary for:

  • all daily movement
  • to build and maintain strong bones
  • to regulate blood sugar and blood pressure
  • to help maintain a healthy weight

Muscle-strengthening exercises are counted in repetitions and sets. A repetition is 1 complete movement of an activity, like a biceps curl or a sit-up. A set is a group of repetitions.

For each strength exercise, try to do:

  • at least 1 set
  • 8 to 12 repetitions in each set

To get health benefits from strength exercises, you should do them to the point where you struggle to complete another repetition.

There are many ways you can strengthen your muscles, whether it’s at home or in the gym.” NHS Guidelines.

What counts as moderate aerobic activity?

“Examples of activities that require moderate effort for most people include:

  • brisk walking
  • water aerobics
  • Riding a bike on level ground or with few hills” NHS Guidelines.
What counts as vigorous activity?

“There’s good evidence that vigorous activity can bring health benefits over and above that of moderate activity.

Examples of activities that require vigorous effort for most people include:

  • Jogging or running fast
  • Fast swimming
  • Riding a bike fast or on hills” NHS Guidelines.


3. How It Works

Get Ready

Get Ready

You can access and start your tailored workouts and nutrition plans at the touch of a button! You access your programmes via Android and iOS apps, enabling you to log, track and upload your entire fitness journey on the go.

Choose a workout plan

Once you’ve downloaded the app you can activate your account, set up your profile and fill out a health questionnaire. On your dashboard, you will be able to see all your workouts and nutrition plans.

Reach Your Goals

You can track all your results in one place by uploading progress photos, adding body measurements and updating your weight, from any mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop.


Download the App and let’s get started – TODAY

Just click on the buy package now button and you will have access to some fantastic fitness programmes.


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