1-2-1 Strength & Conditioning Coaching - RG Active1-2-1 Coaching

Price£50.00 per hour starting from

AbilityAll abilities

WhenJanuary to December

Whether you’re looking to improve your performance, health, or physique, everyone can benefit from improving strength. Strength contributes to the overall efficiency of the human body.  For recreational & competitive athletes it leads to enhanced physical & sports performance. For the non-athlete it will help improve quality of life by reducing body fat, increasing energy, and providing you with strength and endurance to keep up with the physical demands of life.

Strength & conditioning for Sport

Sport-specific strength training requires a more refined approach than simply lifting heavy weights to complete exhaustion. A physiological analysis of any game or event will confirm that most athletes require explosive power, muscular endurance, maximal strength or some combination of all three in order to excel. Rarely is pure muscle bulk the primary concern and when it is, other elements of strength are equally as important.

Most sports require movements that are rapid and demand a higher power output than is generated during maximal lifts. Strength training lays the foundation increasing the potential for additional power development.  If there is no conversion of this strength into sport-specific power, the athlete may not benefit from the increases in strength.  An athlete can be exceptionally strong but lack substantial power due to an inability to contract muscle quickly. During an RG Active session you will learn to combine strength, power and plyometric training to improve the rate of force production and convert maximal strength into explosive power.

Prices for Strength & Conditioning coaching start at £50.00 per hour, per session.

Prices for multiple sessions are as follows:

– For 2 to 9 sessions booked and paid for in advance £45.00 per hour

– For 10 or more sessions booked and paid for in advance £40.00 per hour

Price£50.00 per hour starting from

AbilityAll abilities

WhenJanuary to December

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