Peak Fitness Personal Training
Are you having trouble getting the results you want? Maybe you’re not sure where you should start or what you should do. You might be stuck in a rut doing the same workout routine over and over and it isn’t challenging your body anymore.
If you are in one of these situations or if you need a program to help you train for something specific, then personal training might be a great place to start. We offer several specialties to help you reach your unique goals, these can include:
- Weight Management
- Weight Loss
- Corrective Exercise
- Sports Performance
- Post Rehab Strength Training
Peak Fitness offers very competitively priced personal training sessions at $45.00 per session, with no minimum # of sessions you need to purchase. Each personal training client starts with a free consultation which includes an assessment of goals, previous experience, injuries, and body mechanics. An individualized program is then developed from these findings to address not only goals but needs as well.
Peak Fitness can help you understand your body, how it works, and how you can specifically train to increase your metabolic rate and accelerate fat loss.
We can also guide you along giving you the most efficient and effective workout so you don’t spend needless hours in the gym trying to reach your goal.
Training can include:
- Nutritional Counseling
- Workout Intensity
- Posture Assessment
- Cardio Training
Talk to Marcus or Lacee and let us know if we can help you!
Sport Specific Training
Are you training for a specific event or do you play a team sport that requires specific motor abilities or skills? For sports performance we start with a needs analysis to assess what motions, energy systems, and what movement patterns are required to give you the best opportunity at success in your given sport.
A specific workout is then developed to help train these areas that have been identified to specifically improve your performance and meet the demands of your sport.
At Peak Fitness we also incorporate speed, agility and quickness training to complement your sport specific workout giving you the skills you need to succeed at whatever sport you are involved in.
2 tenths of a second is the time that separates success from failure in the field of sport.
If you are experiencing muscle bone or joint pain, chronic overuse injury, bad posture or if you are suffering from any other physical ailment then corrective exercise might be able to help you get your body back into correct alignment. Corrective exercise starts with a full body kinetic chain assessment to determine how your body is working and how your muscles and joints are working together. A program is then developed to address your specific needs and get you back into alignment and pain free.
Training can include:
- Foam Rolling
- Isolated Strength Training