Pre-Season Training At Pinnacle High Performance Training Centre

The SFNL are proud to welcome on board it's newest partner, Pinnacle Health Clubs, who are committed to giving your team a significant advantage in 2017 and beyond.

Feedback from the recent Voice of the South survey revealed that the overwhelming majority of clubs, players and supporters would like to see the SFNL engage with partners in the health and fitness industry, and Pinnacle are certainly leaders in that field.

Pinnacle runs a premier training facility in Notting Hill, the Pinnacle High Performance Training Centre, which features world-class equipment, leading sports science coaches, classroom space and dedicated programs exclusively for athlete development. This training centre aims to help local sporting clubs take their on-field performance to the next level through an eight-week high performance program for senior sporting clubs, as well as a five-week program for junior clubs.

The program is fully measured through draft camp style testing on your first and last training session. Through evidence-based reporting, you will know the starting point of the club’s fitness and strength levels, as well as individual levels that enable you to track the improvements of each player. Pinnacle's focus on measuring and reporting also means you’ll know the exact return on your investment.

Through science, preseason and match day preparation and training has evolved over the years. Pinnacle helps you make sense of it all, bringing you the latest in strength and conditioning methods from coaches who have worked with elite athletes and learnt from the best. There has never been a better time to invest in your playing group in order to give your club every chance of success in 2017 and beyond.

Packages start from just $9/pw per player and the centre can cater for up to 40 players at one time. And to celebrate Pinnacle's proud partnership with the SFNL, they also have an exclusive offer for the first five clubs that sign-up for preseason training at their High Performance Training Centre.

To find out more, contact Ben Stallworthy, Managing Director at


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