Working out is No. 3 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind not working out and teaching dogs to swear. Spend your time wisely with today's Groupon to Peak Performance's locations in Hartland and Pewaukee. Choose from three options:
- For $49, you get a fitness evaluation (a $99 value) and one month of group personal training (a $300 value; a $399 total value).
- For $49, you get a fitness evaluation (a $99 value) and one month of youth/teen fitness sessions (a $240 value; a $339 total value). This option is valid for ages 10–18.
- For $99, you get a fitness evaluation (a $99 value) and three private training sessions (a $150 value; a $249 total value).
Peak Performance's motivating trainers tailor fitness programs and workout regimes to suit each individual client, focusing on strength training, improving flexibility, cardio conditioning, and nutrition. Programs commence with an initial fitness assessment, as trainers track metrics including body composition, strength, and armor class. After prepping pulse rates with a conditioning warm-up, clients test speed and agility with fast-paced practice drills. Strength and conditioning segments bolster muscle mass while ramping up endurance, and concluding cardio bursts push campers toward the finish line with metabolism-boosting movements.
Group classes of three or more run throughout the day from Monday to Saturday, focusing on cardio, toning, flexibility, and relaxation. A month-long membership to the Youth Fitness and Athletic Enhancement program gives teenage patrons the tools to build a foundation for healthy living as well to mimic the active lifestyles of their videogame heroes in the NBA. Exercises include sandbag lifting, suspended pushups, and squat jumps, building strength and flexibility useful in a number of activities.
Customers may opt instead for three private sessions, during which Peak fitness specialists train with clients individually, directing and motivating them through their regimens much like a rent-a-coach or a drill-sergeant butler. Trainers work with clients in one of two private studios, holding them accountable for their goals. They may even make a phone call or compose a passionately pounded telegraph correspondence when clients don't show up.