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Sports Performance Bulletin

The key benchmark test for any sports training program:

What does it cost?

(Answer: $1.97!)

Dear colleague,
There are four vital benchmark tests for any sports training program:
  1. What does it cost?
  2. What do you get?
  3. Who’s giving the advice?
  4. What does the training involve?

Test 1: what does it cost?

Today, more than ever, value for money counts.
But that doesn’t mean buying cheap. To take performances safely and quickly to your natural limit you need the closest to one-on-one advice there is -- and that is what we are offering today:
The complete Peak Performance training pack of reports, newsletters and videos, value
US $2,740.00 / GB £1,760.00 for just US $1.97.
This is our premium ‘Gold Standard’ training pack. It includes a comprehensive range of books, reports and video recordings from field, track and gym to bring members the best possible training advice available.
This new pack is as close as we can get to offering you one-on-one training, but at a fraction of the usual cost of a personal coach. World class training is delivered for all levels of ability -- you will find workouts tailored to your sport or event to ensure you get maximum benefit from every minute of training.
To keep you up-to-date you receive in your training pack a trial 60-day subscription to the internationally-acclaimed newsletter, Peak Performance.
When you respond to this special offer you get two issues, worth $20, included at no charge so you can see how much faster you can progress using our new premium service.
You won't find this internationally-rated training material anywhere else - it is exclusive to Peak Performance. Below we explain the crucial benchmark tests we use to source our ever-growing set of superb, time-effective workouts and exercises.
Here's to good training!
Best wishes,
Jonathan Pye
Peak Performance

Test 2: what do you get?

The premium Peak Performance Sports Training Pack

Training instruction contained in the new Peak Performance training pack includes:
1. Top 15 Resistance exercises
2. Effective flexibility routines
3. Building Dynamic Power
4. Marathon Training Special
5. Core Muscle Training
6. Hydration Therapy
7. Deep Water Running Supplements
8. Weight Training
9. Triathlon Strength and Conditioning
10. Perceptual Training
11. Injury Special
12. Coaches' Training Secrets
13. Food & Drink for extra performance special
14. Ageing & Performance
15. Football Special
16. Sports Psychology Special
Like any effective coaching team, we at Peak Performance are here to motivate you to your highest possible achievement. As soon as you join us your training plan will kick in. You’ll receive a monthly newsletter into your inbox to inspire and encourage you and keep you in touch with the latest performance enhancing findings. You'll have direct access to special interest groups, our question and answer section, blogs, articles and videos: the latest sports science research transformed into practical, effective take-home advice.
Every item has been thoroughly tested on the track, field or gym. Join us today. You’ll need nothing else:
  • Video clips illustrating exercises and drills for all sports
  • Video library of over 250 gym based exercises
  • Videos of the exercise of the month
  • Video interviews with top athletes and coaches
  • Video clips of new training routines/methods that you might not have used before – for example: kettle bell training
  • Video clips that link up with the content in the Peak Performance newsletter, illustrating how an exercise is properly performed
  • Video clips of how to prepare nutritionally balanced meals and drinks
  • Videos library of exercises for injury avoidance / treatment

Test 3: Who’s giving the advice?

‘Who’s giving the advice?’ is the third test and it especially important for sports and athletics training because of the drawbacks and dangers that appear if you happen to use the wrong adviser. Here are the questions we ask:
How effective are the coach’s training methods? How efficient? What is the time / effort / effect ratio? Exactly what are his students achieving for the time they spend training? What happens when they compete? At what level are they competing and how often are they winning?
These are the standards we use to judge a trainer. These are the questions we ask at Peak Performance before inviting a coach to join us to demonstrate his methods to our website members.
Our online video clips, newsletters and graphic illustrations are presented by trainers such as John Shepherd (our head coach), Phil Gardiner and John Monro. They operate at International level and are recognised as top personal trainers.
Heading your advisory team is John Shepherd, the coach who organises, oversees and collates the Peak Performance Online sports training channel. John is a former international long jumper and a recognised fitness trainer and sports coach. He was a member of the Great Britain and England athletic teams and competes today at International Masters' level. He has an MA in specialist health and has managed a sport and leisure centre for more than 10 years.
John trains athletes for Internationals (junior through to senior). He advises coaches and athletes on their conditioning. He was ranked in the top 5 in the UK at long jump for 6 years and had 15 internationals. He was 4th in the World Masters champs (45-49) last year and is the winner of numerous British, European and World Medals as a master and rowed in the World Indoor Rowing Championships.

Your international training team and their qualifications

If you have ever talked to a specialist about something specific you’ll know they often refer you to someone more qualified in that field. That’s pretty common nowadays. Having just one trainer, one source of advice, is not enough no matter how good he or she is. A single trainer simply cannot and should not give advice on the wide range we cover, such as: power training, strength training, flexibility, weight reduction, muscle building and injury prevention.
Being referred to a more qualified expert gives you far more confidence than having to hunt down that person yourself (you can forget the advertisements in the telephone directory for example).
Each field has its own set of qualifications and our trainers are qualified in all the separate disciplines, from power training to injury prevention. That includes circuit and weight training, nutrition, motivation and the overall manager who will supervise your whole program!
That is eleven disciplines so far - and each has its own expert. And we could list many more. This is the wide range of expertise that Peak Performance delivers and no-other provider can even come near. Depending on what your objective is, the Peak Performance team is the best we – and you - will find for general training in areas such as strength, endurance, speed, injury prevention, psychology, and sports specific workouts for football, tennis, running, cycling, swimming etc. (You will find a more complete list below).

Test 4: what does the training involve?

How many hours will your training take, taking into consideration the limited amount of time you have available? How easy is a Peak Performance sports-specific workout to pick up? How long before improvements begin to show through?
These are all vital questions, because far more time is taken up with training than competing. It’s very easy for a publisher to hand out a book containing multiple workouts and leave you to carry on. But a top coach will not do that. He gives you specific exercises designed for you and your sport or event. He cuts out or reduces the exercises that are not relevant to your personal goal. He instigates a planned program that will put you more directly on the road to success.
In practice, many members of the Peak Performance community find the time they spend training has actually reduced, while each week their performance gets better and better.
Often, there is just not a buddy to turn to and ask: “What did he mean by that?” It’s therefore vital to know: is the advice you receive clear and easy to follow?
Word-of-mouth recommendation is still the best (and for experienced athletes the only) way to assess and select an advisor.
As our Peak Performance members so often tell us:
“Training advice from Peak Performance has helped me to improve by using the correct exercises and strategies. I have also learned to get the maximum training effect with less time spent than in the past”.
Geoff Lienert, Distance Runner, New Zealand
“Peak Performance helped me to get rid of all unnecessary exercises to improve faster and more efficiently. It tells you up to date information that coaches don’t know yet”.
Matt, Swimmer, Canada
BONUS! Respond today and receive a 60-day free trial subscription to Peak Performance the leading newsletter in its field, starting with these issues:
Issue 286: April 2010*Speed training: Why a ‘chaotic’ approach to speed training can pay dividends *Nutrition: Green tea – exciting new discoveries about an ancient drink *Plyometrics: Making your plyometric routine sports specific – the second part of our two-part series *Cycling efficiency: Can your pedalling style make you a more efficient rider? *What The Papers Say: Cystine/theanine and immunity; Assessing fatigue in football; Cold-water immersion in swimmers
Issue 285: March 2010
*Nutrition: Carbohydrate rinsing – can simply swilling out your mouth with carbohydrate drinks boost your endurance performance? *Cycling: Preventative back health to keep those cranks spinning *Psychology: Consistency – keeping it together for maximum performance *Training: Making plyometrics work for you – a look at the latest research *What The Papers Say: HICA and lean muscle mass gain; Joint stiffness and low back pain; Effect of chain ring shape on cycling performance
Issue 284: February 2010
*Nutrition: Changing perspectives in sports nutrition – what has the past decade taught us? *Psychology: Mind over matter – ten years of advances in sports psychology *Training: Key breakthroughs in endurance and strength training and what they mean for athletes *What The Papers Say: Plyometric training, power and kicking distance; ‘Not to failure’ strength training; Ice-slurry and running performance
Issue 283: January 2010
*Training: Train low, race high – an update on the latest research into low-glycogen training *Psychology: Psychological momentum – what does it take to ‘get on a roll’? *Health: Why fat and fit is okay for athletes! *What The Papers Say: Pre-exercise stretching and endurance performance; Strength training and high-intensity cycling; Eccentric overload and strength gain
With the level of coaching and advice the Peak Performance newsletter delivers we believe we do ‘sports training’ better than anyone:
  • Fun workouts to boost fitness, speed and endurance and correct weaknesses
  • Reduce dehydration and get more from your exercise
  • Increase endurance performance by up to 17%
  • Achieve outstanding speed in distance events
  • Avoid the supplements that wont boost performance
  • Boost your oxygen supply
  • Deal with a below average performance
  • Use your nervous system to increase strength without exercise
  • Effectively use the world’s greatest and most costly training secrets
  • Use our lean-training method to beat your personal best
Included are the following training techniques:
  • Core training
  • Circuit training
  • Conditioning
  • Endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Interval training
  • Overtraining
  • Plyometric
  • Power
  • Proprioceptive
  • Speed training
  • Strength training
  • Stretching
  • Technique
  • Training programs
  • Warm up
  • Weight training
  • Winning
Special launch discount: 60-day trial costs just USD $1.97 / GB £1.30
Value of special reports and videos: US $2,740.00 / GB £1,760.00
We are offering you this opportunity to test the ‘Peak Performance Premium’ service at a low launch rate so you can discover the effect our gold-standard training will have your performance. Once you have experienced the full impact we think you will stay with us - nothing comes closer to one-on-one training at anything like this price.
Your trial includes access to Peak Performance training videos, the Peak Performance Newsletter, coaching tips and all the practical training commentaries that our International trainers will be providing each month. The total value of reports, newsletters and videos is US $2,740.00 / GB £1,760.00.
Following the charge of US $1.97 / GB £1.30 to your card or direct debit payment, you will not be charged any further amount during your 60-day trial and you can cancel at any time. If you decide not to cancel your subscription, your membership service will continue for just USD $59.97/GB £39 every six months. This subscription can be cancelled at any time by contacting us or your bank.
Peak Performance is published by P2P Publishing. Our UK office is located at 33-41 Dallington Street, London, EC1V 0BB, United Kingdom. Tel: 0845 450 6402 between 09:00 and 17:30 GMT, Monday to Friday.
Our American office is located in 16850-112 Collins Ave 344, Sunny Isles Beach, FL, 33160, United States of America. Tel: 305-956-3992 between 09:00 and 17:00 EST, Monday to Friday (answer phone all other times).


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