Peak Performance

There’s No Shortcut to Success

The overall goal of this program is to build coordination skills and confidence in young athletes, helping them learn to jump, run, cut and move in all directions properly and efficiently to increase speed and decrease risk of injury. Through strength training and conditioning, they learn the foundational movements push, pull, squat, hinge, lunge, rotate and carry. The combination of these skills gives athletes a greater understanding of athletic training that carries over as they progress into higher levels of play and the weight room in high school and beyond.

There’s No Shortcut to Success

Avery Tucker
Avery Training


1, 2 or 3 Sessions Per Week, Billed Monthly.

Ages 13-18
Monday – Thursday: 7-8:30 pm
Fridays: 6-7:30 pm
Athletes 12 and Under: Contact us for consultation.

Small Group/Semi-Private Training also available for youth ages 13-18.
$420 for package of 12 sessions

About Performance Training

Our goal is to help athletes in their journey to become the best they can be — as an athlete and as a person. My name is Avery Tucker, and I am the Director of Sports Performance. I’ve spent more than eight years working as a performance coach and athletic trainer for male and female youth, collegiate and pro athletes. My goal is to coach athletes to grow and adapt the right way. To me, that means we master the fundamentals and we don’t skip steps. I am a firm believer in “Hard Work Beats Talent when Talent Doesn’t Work Hard.” With youth athletes, that’s the biggest goal — to instill a solid work ethic. You’ll learn body awareness, coordination skills and how to adapt. These skills, along with the skill of movement and proper strength training, carry you through sports from middle school to college, and most importantly, through life.

Skill of Movement
Athletic training like this is the base of a peak performance training program and includes running mechanics, deceleration and landing mechanics, lateral movement and strength training. Most importantly, as athletes learn these skills, we experience less risk of injury, which translates into being available to participate in your sport. 

Program Sessions
In today’s world, especially with travel sports, team practices and skill sessions, we understand time is critical and often limited. In these sessions athletes get:

  • 90 minutes of focused training
  • Dynamic warm up
  • Technical skill block
  • Strength and conditioning

Consistency is Key
Consistency is the key, so we recommend to parents and athletes alike to commit to 1-3 training sessions a week in order to make steady, meaningful progress. For example, consider a freshman in high school who begins the program and attends two times per week. That’s 100 sessions a year, and 400 sessions in four years, resulting in a strong, well-conditioned athlete with excellent skill of movement. This translates directly to their performance. Additionally, they have a great work ethic towards achieving their life goals. Sign up below for a free session to try us out!

1X Week

billed month to month



2X Week

billed month to month



3X Week

billed month to month



Small Group

4-6 athletes: 12-session package



Abigail Watson
Abigail Watson Peak Performance
Abigail Watson Peak Performance
Abigail Watson Peak Performance
Abigail Watson Peak Performance
Abigail Watson Peak Performance
Abigail Watson Peak Performance
Abigail Watson Peak Performance

Give Us a Try

Your First Performance Training Session is FREE!