Prepare...Perfect...Perform…and Progress to the Next Level
Come join us at Peak Performance and take your game to the next level! Peak Performance & Athletics continues to excel in training elite athletes. We will be launching our Summer Camps July 15th – Sept 15th. Peak Performance has hockey training options throughout the offseason as well as the in-season months.
Our Mission at Peak Performance is not only to help you become a better hockey player but also to become a better teammate, athlete and person.
Peak Performance’s programs provide you with the necessary tools for a greater opportunity in your hockey future.
There are no accidents or short cuts to successful hockey training, regardless of age or ability. At Peak Performance, we train athletes to achieve their goals and reach the next level.
Helping you meet your personal goals is our sole objective at Peak Performance. For you to improve, you must push yourself and work harder than ever before and with the proper training, equipment and techniques, Peak Performance has everything you need to help you reach the next level.
Join our High-Performance Hockey Program to challenge yourself like never before.
Experience “state-of-the-art” training center, which has everything you need to progress an athlete. This includes skating stride trainers, shooting lanes, stick handling tools, strength equipment and so much more.
Your challenge this summer is to Prepare, Perfect, Perform and Progress by completing and conquering our toughest Summer Program ever.
Our Programs Include:
Strength and Conditioning
- Cardiovascular endurance
- Muscular endurance
Flexibility and Injury Prevention
- Stick Handling / Shooting / Passing
- Stride Training
- Breathing techniques
- Pre-game prep/routines
- Mental toughness
- Confidence and Focus
- Team play
- Dryland, Strength & Conditioning and Personal Training take place at Peak Performance & Athleticsfacility located at 863 10thBrandon, Manitoba
- On-ice training will be a Brandon Sportsplex
Instructors Hockey Bio
Head Instructor - Josh Elmes
Originally from Brandon, Manitoba. Josh played Midget AAA for 2 yearsbefore graduating to the Manitoba Junior Hockey League playing for the OCN Blizzard for 3 years. Josh would eventually move on to play 1 year in the USHL, 1 year for the Manitoba Bison, 1 year for the Moosomin Rangers in the N.C.H.L, 1 year in the SPHL and then 2 years in the ECHL
Goalie Instructor- Rodman Batson
Originally from Pine Creek First Nation, Rodman grew up in Brandon, Manitobaand played Midget AAA for the Central Plains Capitals for 1 season, before being called up to play Junior A & B for the South East Blades (MJHL) and Sagkeeng Hawks (KJHL). Rodman also attended Athol Murray College of Notre Dame for 2 seasons. Rodman would eventually go on to become a Head instructor for both Goaltenders Only (a goalie specific *year-round* training center) andalso instructed for Gold in the Net (Goalie Schools).
Monthly Hockey Training Memberships
Long term athlete development is the best approach when you are wanting overall improvement. We have been fortunate to work with athletes from introductory levels all the way through to the pros. If you are looking to begin an off-ice training protocol, it is important to recognize the stages of development involved for physical training. As strength and conditioning coaches, we understand the varying complexity of exercises and the underlying physical characteristic required for appropriate prescription. The first stage of our training will be, to assess your movement IQ and this will help us determine where our program will begin. Every sport (and position within sport) demands different capacities for movement. For example, a gymnast will require greater movement capacity than a hockey player would. Our goal is to help you develop a stronger connection with your body and to learn to control it within the capacity necessary for optimal performance.
Once we have built the essential movements throughout our foundational phase, we can start to assess the physical qualities outlined in the second block of our pyramid. These physical qualities are important in every sport, that being said, the amount of development for each will vary between sports and your position. For example, a marathon runner must possess a significantly different set of physical qualities than that of a hockey player. Our goal is to develop a program that will help you achieve balance between the physical qualities necessary for optimal performance as a hockey player.
Training is an evolutionary process; over the years we have had the opportunity to help guide hundreds of athletes through the physical progressions necessary to perform at the highest level. If you would like to begin discussing a plan that will fit your needs, contact us today!
Hockey membership prices
- 12 Under - 2 classes per week
- 12-14 - 3 classes per week
- 15+ - 4 classes per week
Summer Camp Prices (3 Months) *Features on-ice*
Young guns (ages 6-10) - 3 days per week/ 28 sessions over 10 weeks span $750
Elite (ages 11-15)- 4 sessions per week/ 35 sessions over 10 weeks span $950
Junior/ college/ pro (ages 16 and older) - 5 days per week/ 44 sessions for 9 weeks span $1300
Phases of Training *players can join at any point in the season/off-season*
July – “Prep” for training, increase foundational Strength, Conditioning and stamina, correct/improve movement patterns.
August- Develop muscle mass and strength for greater overall tolerance to high intensity training.
September- Develop speed in preparation for camps, tryouts and evaluations. Focus on building and improving explosive power and get the body firing on all cylinders to show your true best.
Fully Integrated High-Performance Elite Summer Program (On-ice)
Peak Performance offers an intensive and highly technical on-ice program that is designed to build off your success in our dry land program. The on-ice program is designed to develop all aspects of your skating technique to maximize efficiency, speed, agility, balance, coordination and quickness.
Highly Focused Programs to Improve
- Stride Mechanics
- Edge Control
- Lateral Movement
- On-ice Conditioning (Endurance and Recovery training)
- Speed / Direction Change
Our on-ice development focuses on improving all aspects of puck control, passing, shooting, evasive tactics, and defensive awareness.
3 Zone Play
- Individual Tactics
- High Intensity Flow Drill
- Intensive Battle Drills
- Game Situational Drills
- Mini Drills
- Advanced Angling
- High Traffic Area Drills