Strength & Conditioning


1:1 Strength and Conditioning sessions are gym based sessions that focus on enhancing an individual's physical performance. It involves the systematic application of exercise, training, and nutritional principles to improve various aspects of physical performance, such as strength, power, speed, agility, endurance, and flexibility.

The primary goal of strength and conditioning is to optimise an athlete's physical abilities and minimize the risk of injury.

Key components of strength and conditioning include:


  • Strength Training: This involves resistance exercises designed to increase the maximum force a muscle or group of muscles can generate. Strength training often incorporates weightlifting, bodyweight exercises, and resistance training equipment.


  • Conditioning: This aspect involves cardiovascular exercises to improve endurance and overall cardiovascular health. It may include activities like running, cycling, or interval training.


  • Power Training: Power is the ability to generate force quickly. Power training involves exercises that focus on explosiveness, such as plyometrics and Olympic weightlifting.


  • Speed and Agility Training: This component aims to enhance an athlete's speed, quickness, and agility through specific drills and exercises.


  • Flexibility and Mobility: Ensuring adequate range of motion and joint mobility is essential for overall performance and injury prevention. Stretching and mobility exercises are often incorporated into a strength and conditioning programme.


  • Injury Prevention: Strength and conditioning programs typically include exercises and strategies to reduce the risk of injuries, as well as rehabilitation exercises for athletes recovering from injuries.