Despite the abundance of today’s technological wonders and the unprecedented number of documented systems and approaches to addressing fitness training, often the educated and uneducated, the initiated and the uninitiated, the novice and the experienced participant is confused by how best to utilize the time available in order to reach health and workout goals.
Here at HHP, our Peak Performance Fitness Training is based in Mihály Csíkszentmihályi’s concept of “Flow,” the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity.” For those looking for training, we offer the option of working with either a Peak Performance Strategist or Peak Performance Coach.
Peak Performance Strategist
For improvement-focused clients comfortable working on their own, our Peak Performance Strategist will help create plans and systems to achieve health and fitness goals beyond the current comfort zone. Such goals may include learning to swim, completing a 3-day walk, triathlon, marathon or Ironman, climbing the stairs of a 100-story building, right-sizing for special events including weddings, high school reunions, television broadcasts, or speeches. By working with Flow, the client not only achieves these goals, but also gains an improved sense of self and well being. Stress is reduced and fitness IQ is increased. In addition, the client often experiences greater engagement and overall life satisfaction.
Peak Performance Coach
Improvement-minded searchers, executives, students, novice athletes, organizations and families looking for a more hands-on approach will benefit from a Peak Performance Coach. A coach will teach the steps, tactics, and movements to improve stamina, and increase strength, speed, and endurance.
Merging the best tools of time-tested tradition with emerging theory, the Peak Performance Coach utilizes state-of-the-art fitness technology coupled with age-old wisdom and Flow to help the client reach their goals by the most efficient, effective path. In order to keep the client active and engaged, a variety of activities, such as body weight exercises, heart rate monitoring, jump roping, biking, weight lifting, kettle bells, as well as running hills, beaches, and steps, may be introduced.
Life is an endurance sport. Train for it!
- Improves muscle strength and tone
- Increases flexibility
- Builds physical stamina
- Facilitates weight loss
- Improves and clarifies skin tone
- Increases energy
- Lowers resting heart rate
- Improves sleep quality
- Lowers blood pressure
- Increases circulation
- Increases sex drive and improves sexual performance
- Reduces chance and impact of lifestyle diseases, such as Type 2 Diabetes, heart disease, and stroke
- Improves mental and emotional well-being
- Decreases stress
- Improves mental clarity
- Improves self esteem, including body image
- Improves crisis management skills
- Balances interpersonal connections/relationships
- Increases confidence and autonomy
- Builds greater mental stamina
- Deepens concentration
- Improves and focuses listening and observation
- Quickens recall
- Improves mental recovery