Tahoe Peak Endurance | Be primal fit
TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Spring is a great time to get healthy and fit, whether to look good in a swim suit, training for an event, or most importantly to obtain or maintain a healthy lifestyle. Tahoe Peak Endurance offers tools to help achieve health and fitness goals, such as sports performance testing to assess your fitness level and establish heart rate training zones for improved fitness or performance; coaching to aid in achieving your personal performance goals; consulting to lose weight; personal training and outdoor group exercise classes.
Tahoe Peak Endurance is a local sports performance business owned and operated by Colleen Conners-Pace who holds a masters in exercise physiology, is certified as a Level 1 USAT triathlon coach, health fitness specialist with ACSM and is a certified CycleOps power coach. Currently, Tahoe Peak Endurance is running a bi-weekly outdoor exercise class, Primal Fit. Primal Fit is a class created by Colleen based off the Primal Blueprint fitness philosophy (www.primalblueprint.com).
This class is designed to make you as fit as your ancestors and#8212; the hunters and gatherers. The class consists mainly of body weight type exercises and uses some of the essential movements that were required for our ancestors to survive whether they were hunting, gathering, or sprinting away to stay alive, all of which will make one fit, healthy, strong and lean. This class is a great compliment to any training or exercise program. Classes are done as a circuit, with various stations, focusing on dynamic stretching, strength, agility, balance, speed, endurance, flexibility and play all in one hour. Class is set up so that you begin at an appropriate level for your fitness. Primal Fit meets Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. and Thursdays 6:30 a.m., currently at the Tahoe City Commons Beach till June 5. Primal Fit will then move up to the North Tahoe High School fields.
The first class is free, then cost is $90 for a 10-pack punch card (no expiration) or $12.00 drop in.
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