Improve your fitness and your game with personal training for polo
One-on-one Personal Training for Polo can help you raise your handicap, play with more accuracy and power, be stable and safe on your horse, increase your endurance, stay injury free and enjoy the game more. Polo is an extremely physical game, relying on a complex and demanding chain of muscular movements for you play to your highest level. It also requires a good endurance, plus anaerobic power and toughness to fight off challenges. Agility and reaction speed are also essential components if you fancy yourself as a future Cambiaso. Fit for Polo Personal Training gives you the best possible chance of achieving and enjoying a great all round game.
Many polo players start their training when they play their first match of the season, but in a sport this challenging, some targeted training both before and during the season will make a huge difference to your game and help keep you safe and injury free.
Sport specific training
Diets Don’t Work Fit for Polo training targets the following key areas to improve your game and keep you on your horse:
- Cardio vascular fitness
- Anaerobic fitness for explosive power
- Sling Systems for rotational power in the torso
- Arms and shoulders
- Grip strength and forearms
- Dynamic pelvic stability
- Leg strength focused on adductors, gluteal engagement and quads
- Lower leg strength for stirrup control and on horse stability
- Core stability and strength
Your Personal Trainer is REPS level 3 qualified and comes to your home or training ground bringing all necessary equipment with them. We also have exclusive access to the prestigious Royal Berkshire Polo Club and its facilities. We use stability balls, TRX suspension training, FitMag resistance bands, free weights, traditional bodyweight exercises, medicine ball training, boxercise and shuttle intervals to get you fit and agile.
Blocks of six or more sessions include nutritional assessment and counselling, ensuring you are eating properly for optimal health, fitness and energy. Your pony will be much quicker if it’s carrying a few less pounds!
Book a first consultation – free
What Now? The first step is to book a consultation. It’s free, and it’s a chance to meet your prospective trainer. In the consultation we will go through a health screening, lifestyle assessment, goal setting and look at where you are now and how you got there. Together we can then set out where you would like to be and how soon you would like to get there.
If you would like to know more about what to expect in the sessions, what sort of equipment we will be using or have any other questions, have a look at our FAQ section. You can of course also call or email us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions that you may have.