Paul is a co-owner of Peak, the Director of Fitness and the Director of Baseball and Softball Development and is also a private training coach and instructor.
Paul holds a BA in Biology from Clark and also has an associate’s degree from the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at Becker College.
Paul has been training clients since 2001. He uses his experience in rehabilitation to help clients prevent and/or overcome injuries while attaining their personal fitness goals. A former collegiate baseball player, Paul is passionate about working with athletes. He has developed a baseball and softball training program that focuses on the fundamentals of hitting as well as strength and agility for clients ages 11 and up. He has implemented this program with the Shrewsbury Colonials AAU program, and in three years they achieved a 65-20 record while advancing to the regional playoffs each year. In 2016, two of his former clients/players advanced to the American Legion regional finals, and in 2017, 4 advanced to the American Legion World Series.
Tory is the Director of Operations at Peak, a Co-director of Performance Training and is also a private and semi-private training instructor.
Tory is a Level 2 Certified Functional Strength Coach. He is also a certified (TACFIT) Tactical Fitness Field Instructor. He is a Level 1 Chek Holistic Lifestyle Coach and is also Functional Movement Screen certified.
Tory has experience training a wide range of populations and specializes in weight loss programs, holistic wellness coaching, endurance training and strength and conditioning programs. Tory’s passions are trail running, kettlebell work, and mind body wellness.
Paul is a Co-director of Performance Training and is also a private and semi-private coach and training instructor at Peak.
Paul has a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and is also a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is certified in Strong First Kettlebell Level 1 and as a National Academy of Sports Medicine Corrective Exercise Specialist.
Paul has been training athletes and clients of all ages and abilities since 2011. He has two years experience working alongside acclaimed physical therapists as the Fitness Director at Central Mass Physical Therapy, where he as able to work rehabilitating clients and athletes to get back to a competitive level of function.
Kevin is a Co-director of Performance Training and is also a private and semi-private coach and training instructor at Peak.
Kevin is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Known as ‘Coach Duff’, Kevin has a vast amount of experience with training athletes. He was the former head strength coach at Impact Fitness and also at WPI. He also spent time working with the men’s and women’s hockey teams at Northeastern University. He spent time working with EXOS in Florida, one of the industry’s top performance centers in the world.
Coach Duff specializes in working with rotational athletes in sports that use a stick or club, and move through rotational planes as a key part of their game. Kevin excels at raising the level of performance with groups of rotational athletes in a team setting as well as with individual programs.
Colin is the head strength and conditioning coach for Becker College, and the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Worcester Railer’s Hockey Club. He is also a training instructor for athletes at Peak.
Colin is a former two sport Division 1 athlete from Syracuse University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science. He also recently completed his Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Science from Merrimack College. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and is a certified Level 1 Sports Performance Coach through the USA Weightlifting Federation.
Colin has extensive experience training athletes. He served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Fordham University, working with over 300 varsity division 1 athletes. He was also the head strength and conditioning coach for the Israeli National Men’s and Women’s lacrosse teams.
Justin is the head strength and conditioning coach for Worcester Academy. He is also a private training coach and class instructor.
Justin has a bachelor’s degree from Edinboro University in Human Performance and a master’s degree from Gannon University in Sports and Exercise Science. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) as well as a certified EXOS performance specialist.
Justin previously worked as a strength and conditioning coach at Lewis Fitness and Performance where he worked with athletes from youth to professional level. He also worked as a personal trainer for LECOM Wellness Center, working with clients of all levels and ages. He assisted with training the Erie Bayhawks basketball team and the Mercyhurst D1 Ice Hockey teams.
Justin played hockey for 17 years and has two years of experience skating at ice cross downhill with Redbull Crashed Ice.
Bridget is a class instructor at Peak, frequently coaching our boot camp and strength classes.
Bridget earned her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island. She also has her Exercise Physiologist Certification from The American College of Sports Medicine.
Bridget has experience working with clients of all ages and abilities. On her own, she enjoys yoga, meditation and Rhode Island beaches.
Kaitie is a class instructor at Peak, as well as a performance training coach and personal trainer.
Kaitie earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a concentration in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Fitchburg State University. She is also a certified personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine.
Kaitie spent her last semester interning as the assistant strength coach for Fitchburg State, and worked primarily with the softball and football teams. She has one year of experience with personal training, working primarily with women of all ages. Kaitie’s personal interests are playing ice hockey, field hockey and softball.