Athletes Peak Sports Performance Program
P.O. Box 6544 Lawrenceville NJ 08648
Tony Rienzo, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Lawrenceville School, has been working with athletes of all ages and skill for 12 years. Strength and Speed are the key factors to improving athleticism. Small group training as well as individualized personal training is available depending on your needs. Camps will help to improve strength, agility, quickness, speed, explosiveness, reaction time, as well as help to prevent injuries. Athletes will learn to become faster and more explosive by learning the correct techniques and mechanics of running. Athletes Peak offers sports performance programs year round, divided into 4 seasons: Summer (June – Aug.), Fall(Sept. – Nov.), Winter (Dec. – Feb.)and Spring (March – May). Mention this ad to receive 15% off.
E-mail Tony Rienzo for more information about about exact times/dates and pricing options.
Forrestal Village Fitness
121 Main Street Princeton Forrestal Village Princeton NJ 08540
Forrestal Village Fitness is a full service fitness facility, providing state-of-the-art equipment, cutting edge group fitness classes, and aquatics programming. We value each and every member—from novice to expert—and focus on individual needs to create a fitness experience that exceeds expectations. We want our members to look forward to their workouts. Visit our website to apply for a Free Day Pass.
Our programs include: Group Fitness Classes - taught by certified instructors. Strength + Cardio - Build strength and endurance with our challenging Total Conditioning classes. Aquatics - Lap and therapy pools. Martial Arts for all ages.
South Main Street Hightstown NJ 08520
Mike Volkmar, strength and conditioning coach at Peddie, works with teams
and individuals, elite athletes and novice exercisers to set and achieve
training goals. Peddie Strength & Speed summer program offers high school
and college athletes the opportunity to pursue individual training goals
under the direction of a professional. Working with no more than eight
student-athletes per session, Coach Volkmar runs 75-minute sessions based
on individual strength levels and goals, combining the motivational and
competitive value of group training with the benefit of personalized
instruction and attention. Peddie's Ian H. Graham '50 Athletic
Center holds 6,900 square feet of free weights and
aerobic equipment with 900 square feet of turf for speed and agility
workouts. Highlights of the center's state-of-the-art equipment include
free motion "health club style" strength machines, 4 abdominal/lower back
benches, a TRX "Swing Set", Keiser Triple Trainer, and spin bikes.