Training is a Journey. The Journey follows a Process. The Process needs a Map
Achieving your fitness goals can be a challenging journey, and sometimes, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut or become overwhelmed by all the conflicting advice out there. Whether you’re new to exercise or a seasoned pro, a Personal Trainer can be your secret weapon for success.
How to get Started
Schedule a Fitness Assessment
A good program is built upon the foundation of our Fitness Assessment. An initial meeting will give us a fundamental representation of your goals, needs, movement abilities, and medical history.
Our Assessments are at no cost to you. We feel it’s a good way to get acquainted with us as well as determine if Peak Performance is a good fit for you. Call or use the contact form below to ask some questions and schedule yours today!
Below Are Some Common Areas Of Focus
Do you want Lose Weight, or Build muscle? Becoming more Fit is the goal. Determining exactly what that means and the best way to get there is what we do best. Fitness Training has a broad reach, however your goal can be very specific or incredibly broad. This type of training will cover Endurance, Strength, and Flexibility by means of increasing the capacity of your:
- Muscular system
Sport Performance is the goal and becoming more athletic is the focus. We work with young athletes as well as the experienced athlete. The great Misnomer in Sports Performance Training is that you train for your sport by choosing your “specific” sports training drills or exercises. There is much much more to training and developing your Peak athletic potential, such as:
- Energy System Development
- Neuromuscular efficiency
- Movement Mechanics
The goal here is to Move better. If you move better you will feel better. A significant number of people have muscular imbalances that result in pattern overload. These repetitive movements coupled with someone who already has poor posture will create dysfunction within the body’s connective tissue. This dysfunction is treated by the body as an injury and as a result will initiate a repair process termed the CUMULATIVE INJURY CYCLE. Most people don’t realize that painful muscle knots or trigger points are part of this cycle.
In general the goal of a Post-Rehab program is to bridge the gap between therapy and performance. Once medically cleared to exercise, we can design, implement and manage your program as you continue to progress toward an optimal quality of life.