Together, we tackle your weaknesses and turn them into your strengths by designing a customized, progressive training program that is challenging and fun.
What We Are All About!
Our mission at PEAK is to provide our clients and community with the absolute best fitness program and education available. Through a combination of fitness training, specialty classes, yoga/recovery sessions (coming soon), and nutrition guidance, we assist our members in exceeding their fitness goals and expectations.
Our Athletes are trained to perform successfully at multiple and diverse physical challenges. All workouts are individually scaled to varying weights, times, and intensity levels making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless of body composition, current fitness level, age, gender, or experience.
At PEAK, we seek to challenge each of our members mentally and physically while embracing the spirit of friendly competition and camaraderie. We will assist you in tracking your progress and pushing past your illusions of limitation.
As a member of our community, you will also form some of the best friendships of your life with like-minded individuals who will keep you motivated and inspired to achieve. We believe fitness to be a life-long journey that will enable you to lead a long and healthy life. Our goal is not to change who you are; just make you a better, faster, stronger and more confident participant in your own daily life.
Skilled and Caring Coaches
PEAK coaches are the most experienced and dedicated individuals. All of our coaches are recruited and vetted from within our community. They have certifications in a wide range of disciplines and regularly attend clinics and seminars, sharing what they learn with our members. Get ready to work with talented instructors who will become your mentors and friends.
CPT, GFS, PGA Professional, TPI Certified
Golf Fitness Instructor, TPI Certified
Certified Personal Trainer, Behavioral Change Specialist
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Conditioning Trainer
Dr. Lauren Seeds
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Balance Trainer
Joining the Team?
Read more about PEAK trainers and submit your resume to our team for review.
Where We Are Located
PEAK is one of the cleanest fitness studios in the area. Our facility is conveniently located inside of Julington Creek Golf Club, with nearly 1500 square feet of space to include bathrooms and lockers. We are equipped with functional training gear, to include kettlebells, dumbbells, bands, bikes, ropes, sleds and other specialty equipment.
When arriving, there is parking conveniently located on the left side of the clubhouse in front of the PEAK entrance.
Community of Members
We have some amazing athletes at PEAK, many who compete regularly in local competitions. But our primary focus will always remain on regular athletes who are mostly beginners and/or deconditioned athletes. Our primary goal is to get families off the couch and to inspire them to become active participants in their daily lives. Our programs are designed to support the beginner as well as competitive athletes. Whatever your goal, we will get you there.
We believe firmly in risk management, and view it as a partnership between all parties.
Most importantly we ask that all participants display appropriate behavior at all times.
Follow the conduct guidelines as laid out in the PEAK Policies and treat others with respect.
Contribute to a safe training environment—no inappropriate verbal or physical behavior toward others is tolerated for any reason.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I learn more about Membership Structure?
Visit our FAQs on the Membership page and click on the "Membership Structure" tab.
I have questions about how billing works.
I am interested in joining, but am curious about what my next steps are.
We are so happy that you are interested in reaching your PEAK!
Is there a dress code?
There sure is!We ask that clothing that may be perceived as intimidating, revealing, or offensive not be worn in the PEAK Studio. We also do not allow clothing that may present safety hazards. Examples of clothing that is not allowed include:
Open-toed shoes or sandals
Mud-caked, greasy, or soiled shoes or clothing
Jeans or pants with prominent grommets
Clothing with messaging that a reasonable person may find offensive or otherwise inappropriate