Peak Performance 
Personal Training
Home of the Mountain Athlete

What is a Mountain Athlete?

Strength, endurance, speed, power, balance, agility/coordination - most sports require mastery in only a few of these elements.  A Mountain Athlete must demonstrate a 
high level of competence in all these areas.  You have to prepare each of your body's energy 
systems equally well and be able to combine the appropriate abilities and skills to match varying terrain conditions all over the mountain.

Snowboarding (Freestyle, All-Mountain + Racing), Skiing (Alpine, XC, Telemark - Racing, Freestyle and All-Mountain), Mountain Biking (DH + XC), Kayaking, Rock Climbing and Trail Running are all sports where your biggest challenges are the mountain and your own physical and mental limits.
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Why Mountain Athlete-Style Training?

Results – plain and simple.  Training effort should equal improved athletic performance.  Depending on your level of competition, that could mean winning Rev Tour and NorAm Races, getting gold at the USASA or NASTAR National Championships, slaying it all day in the powder on a trip to Silverton, providing 2 solid laps for your 24-hour mountain bike race corporate team, or just being able to out-run your friends/kids out on the trails.  

 

Getting a lean, healthy, strong body is a great byproduct of training this way.  You don’t have to enjoy mountain sports to benefit from working out like one.


What's holding you back from experiencing your inner Mountain Athlete?
     The Peak Performance Personal Training Experience

The ultimate purpose of any training program is change.  Change is not easy or comfortable. To lift heavier weights - carry them for longer distances - achieve more reps in a shorter period of time - follow specific nutritional guidelines - increase work capacity - learn new exercise techniques;  these are all tasks that require a certain level of commitment, focus, drive and persistence.

This path isn't for everyone.

Along your journey of transformation you will be challenged physically and mentally.  You will work hard - harder than you've ever worked before.  You will learn about what lies within yourself.  You will be changed.

The ultimate purpose of any training program is change.  Change is not easy or comfortable.  To lift heavier weights – carry them for longer distances – achieve more reps in a shorter period of time – follow specific nutritional guidelines – increase work capacity – learn new exercise techniques; these are all tasks that require a certain level of commitment, focus, drive and persistence. 

 

This path isn’t for everyone. 

 

Along this journey of transformation you will be challenged physically and mentally; you will work hard – harder than you've ever worked before; you will learn about what lies within yourself.  You will be changed.