One-on-One Personal Training
One client works with one personal trainer for 55 minutes. The client receives the trainer's undivided attention for the entire session. One-on-One training is beneficial for individuals who are just starting out, have specific goals in mind, prefer more intensity in their workout, or require more focus and individualized attention.
Shared Personal Training (Two Clients/One Trainer)
During shared training, one Peak Physique trainer works with two clients during the same hour time slot, taking each client though the individual workout designed for their specific goals and needs. Typically, the trainer rotates each client through alternating sets of strength training and cardio exercises; while the trainer guides one client through a strength training set, the other client performs a cardio set and then they switch.
Shared training is our most popular option because each client gets a one hour customized workout at an unbeatable rate. This is a great option for friends, family members or couples who want to train together, but individuals without training partners can take advantage of shared training too. Just let us know that you're interested in shared training, and well pair you with another Peak Physique client.
Shared training provides an affordable and effective personalized workout along with a great opportunity to meet new people. Check out our Rates for Shared Training
Senior Personal Training
We design programs to reduce the effects of diseases associated with normal or advanced aging. Our trainers will create a wellness program to benefit clients with the following conditions: osteoporosis, cancer, post-cardiac rehab, post-injury rehab, menopause, diabetes, arthritis. Senior Wellness is a specialty of ours. Medical consent from your physician may be required.
Sport Specific Personal Training for all Ages
Whether you are training for your first triathlon or recovering from an injury, the certified personal trainers at Peak Physique can help. With training designed specifically for the demands of your sport, youll increase your performance, gain a competitive advantage and help prevent injury. Goals for athletes usually include: flexibility, strength, muscle endurance, power, agility, reaction, balance, speed, injury prevention, and pre- or post-rehabilitation.
In-Home or At-Work Personal Training
A personal trainer will come to your home or office gym, teach you how to use your equipment, design workouts based on your fitness needs and goals utilizing your own equipment, and coach you through your workouts on a regular basis.