Strength training isn't just for pro golfers. Even if you are just playing for fun, isn't it better when you're hitting the ball further than everyone else?Find out How
Golf is a sport that relies heavily on good range of motion. Regaining mobility lost as we age helps to prevent injuries, improve swing mechanics and increase swing speed.
It is important in golf to be able to move well and transfer weight between legs with a high level of coordination. The correct training teaches you to move well, while reducing strain on your joints.
A strong core plays two key roles. It protects your back from the high velocities of the golf swing and it enables you to generate more rotational power.
Not only does power allow you to hit the golf ball further, it also helps to keep your body in great shape for years to come.
“The combination of improved technique and better fitness for golf with Blake and Brad is certainly working and it has also helped with my dodgy back by building core strength as well. I do think that the combined fitness and better technique through lessons, can benefit not just the seniors, but almost anyone.”
"Ben designed a training programme that has improved my upper body strength. Better technique and muscle-specific exercises also helped me to overcome what was a long-term knee problem. Ben’s patience and dedication is second to none: I am not a natural athlete, but he finds a way of enabling me to learn at my own pace – pushing me when I need it and modifying something when it is too much."
"I have been sending my patients to train with Ben for almost 5 years. I have passed him patients with a variety of issues from hip replacements to lumbar disc extrusions and am always happy with the outcomes. If you are looking for an exceptional rehabilitative personal trainer either for yourself or to send your patients to; Ben is your man!"
"I had a discectomy on my lower back and a shoulder RSI condition, and recovery was slow, so my physio recommended sessions with Ben. I feel much, much stronger. It boosts your confidence knowing someone has your back (no pun intended). I delayed seeing Ben, partly for money reasons but largely through fear - I didn't feel ready. My advice: please don't wait. It is the best money I have spent."
"As a physio, I work with personal trainers closely. Ben is always reliable and hugely experienced. His understanding of functionality of human body is admirable. His special interest in DNS makes Ben one of the few trainers in the world licensed with this highly effective technique, and that is one of the many reasons I referred a large amount of my patients to him."
"I started training with Ben for rehab after one of several hip operations. Apart from helping me maintain my sanity in the City and helping me recover from 3 different surgical procedures, Ben has kept me on the straight and narrow: visceral fat down, lean muscle up – what’s not to like?! If you are on the fence about starting training, just do it!"
"I sent one of my patients who suffered from a complicated herniated disc process to see Ben. He perfectly tailored the sessions to meet their specific rehab needs and the outcome was remarkable. From then on, I knew I could trust him. Every patient I have sent to train with him has come back happy as they find that every session is run in a relaxed yet supportive environment."
"Ben is the first trainer I think of to refer my recovering patients and athletes to. I need to know that they will be well looked after and given effective exercises to get them back to full fitness. I know that I can work closely with him and he will implement my recommendations in his sessions. I recently sent him a patient with a disc protrusion who has made remarkable progress and is back playing golf."
Get to know a bit about Front Nine Fitness.
Ben founded Front Nine Fitness in 2020 after honing his craft over the past 8 years at a private personal training facility in London's Square Mile. Combining his expertise in rehabilitation and golf fitness, he specialised in helping clients to undo the damage being done by working at a desk and build up their fitness to be able to play golf at a higher level and with fewer injuries.
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