How to Visualize Success


Have you read the Da Vinci Code? Or any of Dan Brown’s books? They’re kind of fun if you’re looking for a good fictional escape. Read more…

Rates of Concussion in Various Sports


What would you say is the most important ability in sports? Regardless of which sport comes to mind the answer is the same. Read more…

7 Takeaways from the 2019 Axel Merckx Gran Fondo


Yesterday I competed in the the 2019 Prospera Granfondo Axel Merckx Okanagan. This was a 160 km bike race down in Penticton. One year old and I was able to set a personal best. There are a few things that allowed me to set a best time. And some things I will definitely change for next year. Either way below are 8 Takeaways from the 2019 Prospera Granfondo Axel Merckx Okanagan. Read more…

Sleep, Cravings and High Calorie Foods

night time cravings

There are a few goals we have for everyone we work with. It doesn’t matter if the individual’s goal is performance, weight loss or rehab we look to achieve this with all of them?

Do you know what ‘it’ is? Read more…

The Good That Comes From Crashing Your Bike


The other day I went out for an early morning training ride. But on this ride I crashed. Hard. And I learned a few things some of which may help you. Read more…

Coach’s Wisdom – What a coach does that can benefit you

reinvent the wheel

You know the expression ‘you don’t have to reinvent the wheel?’ In other words, there might be a really good way of doing things. And you don’t have to invent a new way. Read more…

11 Ways to Get Lean – That Don’t Require Extra Time or Money


A couple of things I really like are efficiency and great value. I like it when things are moving forward at a good clip and when the return is better than expected. Who doesn’t like that though, right? Read more…

What Your Habits Have In Common With Playoff Success


Do you find people constantly mistake you for a pro athlete? And I don’t mean based on your appearance. Read more…

Youth Summer Athletic Program

Youth Summer 2019 Postcard B

Youth Summer Athletic Program

Youth Summer 2019 Postcard B

Attention Kelowna Athletes!

Okanagan Peak Performance Inc is hosting the Youth Summer Athletic Program. This program is fully coached, follows LTAD protocols and includes access to the Okanagan Peak Performance Inc training facility.

There are programs for athletes 8-11 years and 12-15 years with 2 training days in June and 3 training days in July and August.

To register call 250.212.2972, email athletetraining (at) shaw (dot) ca or stop in to the training facility on Sutherland ave.







Habits: Sticky or Slippery


The other night we finished everything that needed to be done for the day. We had cleaned up from dinner. We bathed the kids, brushed teeth and read some stories.  Read more…