Corrective Exercise is the act of finding and addressing the source of any
imbalances or physical limitations in the body, then applying a program that will
improve your stability, mobility, and range of motion in said areas of the body.
We focus on corrective exercise because we strongly believe in establishing a
solid foundation of physical fitness to build upon when starting a workout plan.
Without first fixing imbalances and building stability, you will not be able to activate
your muscles properly or use the full range of motion required to perform exercises
correctly. For example, having a pre-existing knee injury would limit the range of
motion of your leg, thereby preventing you from being able to perform exercises such
as squats or even being able to accelerate while running. A corrective exercise
program would introduce you to a series of movements to strengthen and increase
flexibility in the muscles and joints around your knee, and once that is achieved, you
will be able to move on to performing exercises that will improve your overall physical
Everyone has some sort of physical imbalance, and with PEAK at your side, you
will be on your way to surpassing all of your goals and achieving levels of fitness you
never could have imagined.
At PEAK we believe that there is an athlete inside of everyone. With our help, clients
will achieve their optimal level of fitness. There are three phases to our program: Inner
Athlete, Outer Athlete and Complete Athlete.
The first phase of our program is the Inner Athlete. This is for clients that are inactive
or appear out of shape. Throughout this phase we will correct imbalances and improve
total body conditioning by activating deconditioned muscles.
The second phase is called Outer Athlete. If you appear to be in shape or are in
somewhat decent physical condition, but suffer from joint pain or have hit a plateau,
you will benefit from training in this phase. During your training, you will develop more
range of motion in your joints through advanced flexibility movements which in turn
will help with muscle development.
The third and final phase of our program is the Complete Athlete. When you have
completed a combination of the first two phases you are then ready to step it up to an
advanced cardio and strengthening program! At this phase we will not only increase
your athleticism but also aim to decrease your functional age by 10 years. What this
means is that if you are 35 years old, we want to get you as much strength, energy and
vitality as someone who is 25.
Work smart, not just hard – that’s what PEAK Fitness is about.
Corrective exercise is used to improve your imbalances and injuries in order to
turn you into an invariable workout machine. Whether your goal is to lose weight, put
on muscle, or train for a specific sport, you first need to learn how to use your body
properly and increase the range of motion and flexibility in your joints and muscle
In PeakFitAcademy, we customize the workouts for you, taking into consideration your
physical condition and limitations. We will teach you how to address those limitations
so that you can increase your range of motion, flexibility and strength – all while
learning how to train your body properly so that you will prevent future injuries.
You’ll be receiving a set of exercises to be performed over the course of your first
month on the program. These exercises, if performed as prescribed, will help correct
any imbalances you may have in your shoulders, back, and hips. After the first month
of the program we will assess your progress and determine the next course of action
depending on your goals (be it to put on muscle, lose body fat, or additional corrective
For each month-long program you will receive a strength outline, a cardio schedule
and dietary guidelines. It is important that you don’t deviate from your plan, as doing
so will impede your progress.