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Welcome to HAGS Sports & Fitness
Exercising is a fundamental way of improving the health and well-being of children, young people and adults. We feel it is important to provide equipment that facilitates the need for non-traditional sports in order to tackle physical inactivity, obesity and preventable health conditions. Our range of outdoor sports & fitness equipment promote an effective form of physical activity and improve strength, stamina, toning and coordination, while having fun.Creating an outdoor space
New Fitness Equipment - The Leg Press
HAGS's new addition to the outdoor fitness range!
The Leg Press helps builds strength and endurance in the hamstring, calves, quadriceps and gluteal muscles, whilst keeping your back supported.
Designed for up to 2 users at a time, it allows for people to exercise next to each other, which is great for that extra (usually much needed) motivation and support.
The Leg Press is safe, easy-to-use and is built with easy access seats.
The project was spearheaded by Paolo Boulent, director of Mondeville city council' sports department and ex-professional athlete, and is part of a wider programme launched by the council to improve the city's sports provision and encourage the residents to work out regularly.Read More
The facility is already used by neighbouring schools and reading football club organise free training sessions for the public. We have also had interest from the SHINE programme (Some Health Improvements Need Exercise), intending to organise programmes for the over 60s.