Since 2013, Quincy R. Heard and R.A. (Rich) Freedman have used their expertise to develop a wide range of services in golf and fitness to support all age levels and abilities, both amateur and …
What We Do
Fitness and Golf
We have a never-ending quest for improvement and innovation. We use both golf and fitness as a roadmap for improving the quality of life for our clients and those who are seeking a healthier lifestyle and/or improving their golf game.
Most recently, we have invented a new portable fitness workstation, Bess™ Box, founded in simplicity and functionality. We believe the BESS™ Box will be the most cost-effective fitness product on the market today with a full range of almost unlimited exercises for any age and any fitness level — from seniors, the disabled to Cross-fitters, sport specific and even advanced military training.
The design of the BESS™ Box allows up to four people to use it as the same time and still be more than six feet apart, meeting COVID-19 guidelines for social distancing. Circuit training, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), TABATA, strength training, plyometrics and aerobic routines are all possible with BESS™ Box.
The BESS™ Box is a simple but highly functional design that will enable anyone to get fit — inside or outside. You can take it virtually anywhere and you don't need a lot of space. Wish I had it when I was an active player, especially when traveling.
— Steve P., NFL Strong Safety, Nine-Year Veteran
I have read Rich Freedman’s book “Fountain of You” and have sought his knowledge and dedication to this field of golf and fitness. He is passionate not only his work, but his clients. As a former college baseball athlete and lover of golf, his methodology and coaching has made a difference in my approach to getting healthy after years of neglect. He “walks the talk” and is an example of what can happen if you stay the course. I agree with his assessment of the show and losing weight to fast. My journey started in January and I have lost over 22lbs using his method of healthy food choices, weight training (though I fight it now and again) and increased activity. Everything from sleep to a positive attitude has impacted my commitment to his program. At 72, his book and researched methods prove you can teach an old dog new tricks. He is an example of what the road ahead can look like if I approach all facets of his program. I have a tough road ahead but it’s one pound at a time and keep active. His book and coaching is a game changer.
— M. Swillo, Gol-Fit Client
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