Peak Exercise Sciences - Sport Conditioning

By: Peak Exercise Sciences  09-12-2011
Keywords: Athlete, Sport Conditioning, Physical Conditioning

Sport Conditioning

No matter who you are - professional athlete, national team athlete, collegiate athlete, junior athlete, masters athlete, or extreme weekend warrior - you all have the same competitive drive.  The drive to reach just a little higher and perform in what athletes call "the zone."  That optimal performance is a product of your tactical and strategical knowledge, psychological preparedness, physical conditioning, and nutrition and supplementation regime - all developed maximally.  At Peak Exercise Sciences we develop the last two variables of this equation: physical conditioning and nutrition and supplementation consulting.

Many personal trainers advertise sport conditioning, but are not qualified to do so.  Athletic conditioning requires advanced knowledge in periodization and training methodology.  Program designs have to be very specific in terms of volume and intensity to elicit gains as compared to fitness programs for the general public.

Your conditioning regime may begin a with a needs analysis, a specific analysis of the physical, physiological, and biomechanical demands of your particular event, sport, and/or position.  You are then tested based on these key attributes deemed to significantly influence performance.

From there, your conditioning program is developed based upon your competition schedule and the physical attributes targeted for development.  At

Peak Exercise Sciences

you will work closely with a certified strength and conditioning specialist. 

Nutritional and supplementation recommendations are made as needed.

Sport Conditioning Program Design

Independent Sport Specific Conditioning Programs


5-Wk Custom Periodized Conditioning Program


10-Wk Custom Periodized Conditioning Program


15-Wk Custom Periodized Conditioning Program


*Note: Orientation sessions are available at an extra cost.  These programs are for those who will be doing the majority of their training independently.

Sport Specific Conditioning Sessions (Individual & Small Groups)


One-on-One Sessions
(60 min)
Two-on-One Sessions
(60 min)
Three-Six Athletes
(90 min)
3-14 Personal Training Sessions

$60.00 per session         plus facility fee

$100.00 per session        plus facility fee  
$25-40 per athlete           plus facility fee
15 or more Personal Training Sessions $57.00 per session         plus facility fee   
$95.00 per session         plus facility fee   
$25-40 per athlete         plus facility fee

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The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Athlete, Physical Conditioning, Sport Conditioning

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