Golf Strength and Conditioning

Golf Strength And Conditioning

Golf Strength and Conditioning at Health and Exercise Matters

What is involved in a Golf S&C Class?

Golfers amongst all levels are spending an increasing amount of time in the gym in a bid to improve their golf game. Our Golf S&C classes focus on improving strength, flexibility, speed and balance, all of which are essential components for a successful golf swing.

In a typical golf fitness class, participants will engage in a series of exercises designed to target specific muscle groups used in golf. These exercises may include stretching, weightlifting, core exercises and cardio workouts.

Why come to Health & Exercise Matters for Golf S&C Classes?

One of the main benefits of taking part in our Golf S&C classes is injury prevention. By strengthening the muscles used in golf, participants can reduce their risk of common golf injuries such as lower back pain, golfer’s elbow, and rotator cuff injuries.

Additionally, our Golf S&C classes can help golfers improve their overall game as stronger, more flexible body can lead to a more consistent swing, increased club head speed, and greater distance.

At Health & Exercise Matters, we can offer face to face group classes as well as 1:1 Golf S&C sessions that are led by our physiotherapist and experienced golfer Robert Henderson. With a spacious, well-ventilated studio our face-to-face group classes can reach a capacity of 8 attendees.

How to get involved?

Our Golf S&C classes can be booked in blocks of 5 for £50. Before committing to a block, we are offering a FREE taster class so you can ensure it is right for you.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, the Golf S&C classes can be a great way to improve your game and stay healthy on the course.

Timings: Tues 1500-1550

Prices: 5 classes for £50 in Studio, Free 1st taster class

If you would like further information on the classes, call us on 0191 285 8701 or email to speak to one of our Physiotherapists. 

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