About the Peak Performance Center:
Led by Coach Chris Eckert, athletes will train with the goal of reaching their peak performance. With a theme of ‘Be More Ready’ and a focus on developing the holistic athlete, the Peak Performance Center offers all levels of athletes the opportunity to develop their physical and mental skills through various strength and conditioning techniques. The Performance Center is focused on reducing muscular imbalances with the goal of reducing the risk of sports injuries.
There are three training levels that athletes will train at: Stabilization, Strength and Power. Prior to acceptance into the program, athletes will be evaluated. Evaluations may take place at an Private Session or can be done as part of the first session.
The ultimate goal of the performance center is to teach the athletes while they train. Athletes’ understanding of the why of the exercises increases the motivation to execute them. We want all the athletes to develop their physical strength, mobility, and athletic mindset in order to be the best at their sport.
Workouts include a functional warm-up, mobility training (with a focus on ankle, hips, and shoulders), core activation, strength exercises, and flexibility training.
Class packs are available for purchase in single, 5 pack, 10 pack or 15 pack increments. Prices vary depending on age and class size maximums.
How to Register:
You must click the link above and create a MINDBODY account. You can then view, purchase and register for classes and appointments.
If you have the MINDBODY app, click on search, then search for Peak Sports Academy in Mountainside, NJ. You can then view schedules, pricing etc. from the app. You can click the small heart icon next to 'Peak Sports Academy' and save it as a favorite.
High School Performance Training: This level of training is for grades 9-12. This is small group training in our performance center.
Primary focus: Injury prevention, mobility conditioning, strengthening the stabilization muscles while increasing strength. Ultimate goal to increase athletic performance.
Middle School Performance Training: This level of training is for grades 6-8.
Primary focus: Injury prevention, mobility conditioning, reactive training, teaching and executing movements using body weight as main source of resistance. Introduction to foundational weight training movements.
Youth Performance Training: This level of training is for grade 2-5.
Primary Focus: Teach youth athletes how to move their bodies with pace and balance through various strength and conditioning techniques through the use of bodyweight, bands, and plyometrics.