In the exhilarating saga of aging, our balance often faces formidable foes like muscle changes, vision shifts, and sensory tweaks. But fret not, fellow adventurers! We're here to illuminate the path to equilibrium, revealing its pivotal role in safeguarding us against falls and injuries.

What is Our Core?

A strong and stable core can keep you safe during daily activities and during exercise. If you need help learning how to strengthen these core muscles, please reach out so we can help! 

Being Barefoot

There are 29 muscles associated with the human foot; (10 foot/ankle and 19 intrinsic.) Ten of these muscles originate outside of the foot itself but cross the ankle joint to influence stability and balance. The other 19 muscles are referred to as intrinsic muscles of the foot and operate only within the foot. They all serve various roles in gait and posture, and are also aided by the plantar fascia, which is a band of tissue that connects your heel bone to the base of your toes.

Ankle Mobility

There are lots of ways to strengthen your ankles, come see us to find out what might be best for you!

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

The fundamental concept behind HIIT involves alternating between high-intensity exercise intervals and low-intensity recovery periods, creating a challenging yet time-efficient workout.

Agility & Reaction Time

Both attributes are essential for individuals to navigate their surroundings effectively and engage in physical activities.

Why Squat?

Squats are one of the main movements our bodies are built, how else might we pick things off the ground or get up and down from a chair?

What is TRX?

A common theme of TRX is "All core, all the time"


Deadlifts are an important exercise because they work many muscles in the body, including the core, glutes, lower back, and abdominal muscles. 

Why do we love kettlebells?

One of the fundamental differences between kettlebells and traditional weights like dumbbells and barbells is their shape. Kettlebells feature a handle attached to a solid spherical weight, shifting their center of gravity away from the hand.

What is the FMS?

If you haven’t heard about the FMS or YBT or have some questions about either functional assessment, please reach out to learn more!

Exercise Recovery

Our bodies are designed to handle different forms of stress, it’s how we are able to build our capacity.

Peak Performance Care

in Sonora CA

13949 Mono Way

PO Box 4143

Sonora, CA 95370


(209) 532 1288

Fax: (209) 230 9529

Monday/Wednesday: 8am-5:30pm

Tuesday/Thursday: 6am-5pm

Friday: 6am-2pm

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