Active Herts is helping to get pulses racing across the county

Active Herts is a regionally based company with the aim of doing exactly what it says on the cover – making Herts active.

Friday, 14th August 2015, 10:00 am
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By collaborating with local professionals and experts in their field, the organisation is able to act as a platform upon which members of the community can get fit, and get in touch with the right people to help them do so.

Active Herts’ Luke Barden said: “If it’s a golf swing that needs improving – speak to one of our club professionals; if it’s a diet that needs perfecting – speak to one of our qualified nutritionists; a weights regime – our certified personal trainers; a yoga routine – our experienced instructors.

“All of our experts live and work within the Hertfordshire area, and they are all very happy to give a helping hand over the phone, by email or in person.”

To further kickstart the people of Herts on their way to a healthier lifestyle, Active Herts also posts helpful and informative articles on its website – all of which are written by proven professionals.

From ‘Wine and your waist’ to ‘Approaching greenside chipping’ and ‘Dynamic core conditioning’, the articles are easy to understand, suitable for both beginners and more advanced readers, and cover a wide range of topics.

Barden continued: “We already work with a number of Hertfordshire sports clubs, University of Hertfordshire students, personal trainers at Hertfordshire gyms, professionals at Hertfordshire sports clubs and many more, and we are growing every day.

“Our website went live a few weeks ago and we have already received thousands of views – we are building a community.

“Once we are fully integrated online, we intend to additionally run a hardcopy magazine that will make our content accessible to even more members of the Hertfordshire region.

“Join us, and help develop a thriving and exclusive group of committed individuals all with a single mission in mind; making Herts more active with Active Herts!”