Peak Athletics

★★★☆☆
  • 399 Dad Clark Dr

    Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

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  • 303-797-8082

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7 years ago, we found this gym when we were looking for a place to put our daughter for a fun dance class. We are so happy to have discovered this gem of a gym! The recreational class turned our daughter's love of dance into her passion for dance. As of now, our daughter has been dancing at Peak on their competitive dance team for over 6 years. The staff and coaches at Peak are some of the best individuals you can entrust with your child. They are the best dance coaches and choreographers who not only instruct the dancers, they also demonstrate and perform the skills they are teaching to the students. They are also wonderful role models with the hearts to 'give back' to the community. The owners, coaches and staff are all very committed and wonderful people. My daughter has grown so much in her dance skills during her time with Peak. Beyond that, she has also learned how to be a leader, show great sportsmanship, and to give back to the community.
To say I am an overprotective parent would be an understatement by anyone who knows me. That said, when I drop her off to dance, I feel totally secure in knowing she is in a safe and loving environment with the coaches and staff at Peak.
On the competitive side, the teams my daughter has danced on have won multiple State and National titles year after year. The coaching staff is very gifted in the ability to bring out the best skills of each dancer and utilize them in the competitive dance routines. We have been amazed at the transformation of our daughter's dance skills and we are so happy our daughter dances at Peak. We look forward to many more years with this wonderful dance gym.

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7 years ago, we found this gym when we were looking for a place to put our daughter for a fun dance class. We are so happy to have discovered this gem of a gym! The recreational class turned our daughter's love of dance into her passion for dance. As of now, our daughter has been dancing at Peak on their competitive dance team for over 6 years. The staff and coaches at Peak are some of the best individuals you can entrust with your child. They are the best dance coaches and choreographers who not only instruct the dancers, they also demonstrate and perform the skills they are teaching to the students. They are also wonderful role models with the hearts to 'give back' to the community. The owners, coaches and staff are all very committed and wonderful people. My daughter has grown so much in her dance skills during her time with Peak. Beyond that, she has also learned how to be a leader, show great sportsmanship, and to give back to the community.
To say I am an overprotective parent would be an understatement by anyone who knows me. That said, when I drop her off to dance, I feel totally secure in knowing she is in a safe and loving environment with the coaches and staff at Peak.
On the competitive side, the teams my daughter has danced on have won multiple State and National titles year after year. The coaching staff is very gifted in the ability to bring out the best skills of each dancer and utilize them in the competitive dance routines. We have been amazed at the transformation of our daughter's dance skills and we are so happy our daughter dances at Peak. We look forward to many more years with this wonderful dance gym.

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My children have attended Peak Athletics for about 7 years now. Not only have they gone through the recreational program there but they have also started on competitive teams. The thing about GOOD coaching is that they PUSH your children.

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My children have attended Peak Athletics for about 7 years now. Not only have they gone through the recreational program there but they have also started on competitive teams. The thing about GOOD coaching is that they PUSH your children.

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My daughter Taylor has been invovled in Dance for 4 years now and I love the direction Peak is going with their program. Nicole has been wonderful to work with and my daughter has learned such great technique from Ingrid. Her team coaches, Vanessa, Tori, and Kristen for hip hop and pom are outstanding and have really pushed Taylor this year. I am excited for the team developments for the upcoming season and can't wait to see what Peak has in store!

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My daughter Taylor has been invovled in Dance for 4 years now and I love the direction Peak is going with their program. Nicole has been wonderful to work with and my daughter has learned such great technique from Ingrid. Her team coaches, Vanessa, Tori, and Kristen for hip hop and pom are outstanding and have really pushed Taylor this year. I am excited for the team developments for the upcoming season and can't wait to see what Peak has in store!

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My Daughter has been involved with the Cheer program at Peak Athletics for 2 years now and I must say I can not be any happier with the success she has had in their program. She loves her coaches Chelsea, Theresa, and Courtney and loves the commitment they bring to their team and dedication. Hands down, no program within the state shows as well as Peak and I am very thankful for all Peak has done for her.

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My Daughter has been involved with the Cheer program at Peak Athletics for 2 years now and I must say I can not be any happier with the success she has had in their program. She loves her coaches Chelsea, Theresa, and Courtney and loves the commitment they bring to their team and dedication. Hands down, no program within the state shows as well as Peak and I am very thankful for all Peak has done for her.

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My daughter Taylor has been invovled in Dance for 4 years now and I love the direction Peak is going with their program. Nicole has been wonderful to work with and my daughter has learned such great technique from Ingrid. Her team

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My daughter Taylor has been invovled in Dance for 4 years now and I love the direction Peak is going with their program. Nicole has been wonderful to work with and my daughter has learned such great technique from Ingrid. Her team

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My Daughter has been involved with the Cheer program at Peak Athletics for 2 years now and I must say I can not be any happier with the success she has had in their program. She loves her coaches Chelsea, Theresa, and Courtney and loves

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My Daughter has been involved with the Cheer program at Peak Athletics for 2 years now and I must say I can not be any happier with the success she has had in their program. She loves her coaches Chelsea, Theresa, and Courtney and loves

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These people are drinking the cool aid. Huge waste of money. The woman who works at the snack bar even yelled at me for blocking her counter, really?. The staff was dishonest, very unsatisfied overall. I think the only reason they have such a huge gym is the lack of alternative. Wish I had never set foot in the place

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These people are drinking the cool aid. Huge waste of money. The woman who works at the snack bar even yelled at me for blocking her counter, really?. The staff was dishonest, very unsatisfied overall. I think the only reason they have such a huge gym is the lack of alternative. Wish I had never set foot in the place

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I can't comment on the competition level, as my daughter was in recreational gymnastics. She started Peak when she was 4 months shy of turning 7, and was there nearly 2 years before we had to move out of state. As far as lessons, I couldn't give it a higher praise. If your child is looking at competitive level gymnastics and cheerleading, Peak is the place to go. We researched the only 5 facilities around our new house, and while the one she goes to now is very good, it still isn't the quality that Peak was. Our daughter was in intermediate at Peak before she left, and at the new facility was promptly moved to advanced due to the skills she was taught at Peak. Her new instructors have been very impressed, and routinely have her show various skills to the rest of the class. Peak gave her this foundation.

If I had anything negative to say about Peak it would be how busy it can get. There were times we couldn't even find a place to sit, and would have to sit on the floor during her practices to watch. Any classes after 5pm are chaos. I guess that's a good thing. If it wasn't a good facility, it wouldn't be so busy, right? Lol. Also, the prices are a bit high. We literally pay almost half the tuition at her new facility than we did at Peak. But again, this has to do with quality. You want good instruction, you're going to pay for it.

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I can't comment on the competition level, as my daughter was in recreational gymnastics. She started Peak when she was 4 months shy of turning 7, and was there nearly 2 years before we had to move out of state. As far as lessons, I couldn't give it a higher praise. If your child is looking at competitive level gymnastics and cheerleading, Peak is the place to go. We researched the only 5 facilities around our new house, and while the one she goes to now is very good, it still isn't the quality that Peak was. Our daughter was in intermediate at Peak before she left, and at the new facility was promptly moved to advanced due to the skills she was taught at Peak. Her new instructors have been very impressed, and routinely have her show various skills to the rest of the class. Peak gave her this foundation.

If I had anything negative to say about Peak it would be how busy it can get. There were times we couldn't even find a place to sit, and would have to sit on the floor during her practices to watch. Any classes after 5pm are chaos. I guess that's a good thing. If it wasn't a good facility, it wouldn't be so busy, right? Lol. Also, the prices are a bit high. We literally pay almost half the tuition at her new facility than we did at Peak. But again, this has to do with quality. You want good instruction, you're going to pay for it.

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I have to agree we too have seen them at competitions and the girls are very rude to other teams.
even on the awards mate, nothing worse than a sore loser than a sore winner smacking there butts at other teams saying ha ha we win again! REALLY? is that how there coached?

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I have to agree we too have seen them at competitions and the girls are very rude to other teams.
even on the awards mate, nothing worse than a sore loser than a sore winner smacking there butts at other teams saying ha ha we win again! REALLY? is that how there coached?

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I'm not sure what goes on at there practice, i will say there very good. however the girls on peak are very rude to other teams and girls, they have HORRIBLE sportsmanship!! and I'm sure its not the whole team but from our experiment with them it"s the majority of there girl's..

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I'm not sure what goes on at there practice, i will say there very good. however the girls on peak are very rude to other teams and girls, they have HORRIBLE sportsmanship!! and I'm sure its not the whole team but from our experiment with them it"s the majority of there girl's..

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I enjoyed peak athletics for the two years while i was there. I was a compeditive cheerleader. However, the pressure is huge. I was i flyer, and I remember coaches telling me if i didn't do it perfectly i would lose my spot on the team. My coaches were very mean; it was a man and a woman, the woman cryed fequently in front of us because the man would yell at her, and the man was put on probation several times. after a few years i developed anorexia nervosa. Im not blaming this on the gym; not at all. However, I don't think it would have happened if my coaches were more understanding and nurturing and were not so angry all the time. After i was released from the hospital two months later, i went to visit my team and cheer them on for the final competition. neither coach said hello to me or would even look at me. Furthurmore, if you ever have a complaint or question, don't expect it to be answered. it takes 1-2 weeks for an email to be responded too, and usually it's a generic email saying "thank you for your questions and comments," Several of the coaches there were very nice and sweet. I loved many of them so much and i will miss them. I know a lot of girls whose expiriance with peak has been a dream come true. However, my expiriance was, as you can see, one i will never forget, and not in a good way. the treatment of the athletes are inconsistent. my expiriance was not good at all, and this has ruined the sport for me.

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I enjoyed peak athletics for the two years while i was there. I was a compeditive cheerleader. However, the pressure is huge. I was i flyer, and I remember coaches telling me if i didn't do it perfectly i would lose my spot on the team. My coaches were very mean; it was a man and a woman, the woman cryed fequently in front of us because the man would yell at her, and the man was put on probation several times. after a few years i developed anorexia nervosa. Im not blaming this on the gym; not at all. However, I don't think it would have happened if my coaches were more understanding and nurturing and were not so angry all the time. After i was released from the hospital two months later, i went to visit my team and cheer them on for the final competition. neither coach said hello to me or would even look at me. Furthurmore, if you ever have a complaint or question, don't expect it to be answered. it takes 1-2 weeks for an email to be responded too, and usually it's a generic email saying "thank you for your questions and comments," Several of the coaches there were very nice and sweet. I loved many of them so much and i will miss them. I know a lot of girls whose expiriance with peak has been a dream come true. However, my expiriance was, as you can see, one i will never forget, and not in a good way. the treatment of the athletes are inconsistent. my expiriance was not good at all, and this has ruined the sport for me.

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My child took a trial class at this gym, and here are the good and bad points from my only visit:

1) The lady at the front desk (Ela) was nice, & got me signed up for the clsss I wanted at a time that would work for me. Trial class was free. Suggestion - none

2) The coach was nice to both me and my son. My son (age 5) was challenged, but also was able to do some basic skills. Class was "fun". Suggestion - none. This was great!

3) The manager (no name badge) was insulting, didn't know her product and wasn't interested in helping me. She was confronting an employee on the floor while I was there, embarassing everyone around her. This was a short & pregnant woman - mid 30's with dark hair. Suggestion - keep this person from the public eye!

4) They have a coffee bar, but it isn't open in the daytime. The menu looks OK, prices are fair and there are vending machines available. Suggestion - Maybe they could add a vending machine for cold items, and a microwave for customers to use.

5) Their store area had leotards for the girls, but nothing for boys, and was almost empty. Racks in aisle were empty and lacking signage. Suggestion - stock some merchandise for boys - and for everyone - or close the shop and use this for offices.

6) Follow up was not done. I left, and the ladies at the desk were busy (swamped), so nobody said anything to me on the way out. One week later, I still haven't gotten a call (yes, they have my phone, and e-mail and mailing address) Suggestion - call or send an e-mail, and hire some help for the registration desk, or have some duties reassigned.

7) Facility was generally clean and neat. Offered free popcorn & coffee while we waited (nice touch). Bathrooms were nice, clean and tasteful. Parking lot was clean. Building was a little tattered, with insulation hanging out. Glass could be cleaned, both inside & out. Sidewalks were in ned of repair, especially on East side. Suggestion - housekeeping staff is OK, but maintenance of facility needs halp. Contact landlord & report facility issues.

8) Initial phone contact was helpful and friendly. Dianne was polite and very agreeable. Suggestion - none.

9) Web site was attractive, simple and useable BUT information was out of date, frequent typographical errors and dead links. No ability to enroll on-line (minor), no ability to pay on-line (minor) and course descriptions were "sketchy" and incomplete. Suggestion - spend some time on the content, have it proofed and get it working.

10) Will I return? Probably not. Rude manager, poor follow-up and abysmal product selection.

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My child took a trial class at this gym, and here are the good and bad points from my only visit:

1) The lady at the front desk (Ela) was nice, & got me signed up for the clsss I wanted at a time that would work for me. Trial class was free. Suggestion - none

2) The coach was nice to both me and my son. My son (age 5) was challenged, but also was able to do some basic skills. Class was "fun". Suggestion - none. This was great!

3) The manager (no name badge) was insulting, didn't know her product and wasn't interested in helping me. She was confronting an employee on the floor while I was there, embarassing everyone around her. This was a short & pregnant woman - mid 30's with dark hair. Suggestion - keep this person from the public eye!

4) They have a coffee bar, but it isn't open in the daytime. The menu looks OK, prices are fair and there are vending machines available. Suggestion - Maybe they could add a vending machine for cold items, and a microwave for customers to use.

5) Their store area had leotards for the girls, but nothing for boys, and was almost empty. Racks in aisle were empty and lacking signage. Suggestion - stock some merchandise for boys - and for everyone - or close the shop and use this for offices.

6) Follow up was not done. I left, and the ladies at the desk were busy (swamped), so nobody said anything to me on the way out. One week later, I still haven't gotten a call (yes, they have my phone, and e-mail and mailing address) Suggestion - call or send an e-mail, and hire some help for the registration desk, or have some duties reassigned.

7) Facility was generally clean and neat. Offered free popcorn & coffee while we waited (nice touch). Bathrooms were nice, clean and tasteful. Parking lot was clean. Building was a little tattered, with insulation hanging out. Glass could be cleaned, both inside & out. Sidewalks were in ned of repair, especially on East side. Suggestion - housekeeping staff is OK, but maintenance of facility needs halp. Contact landlord & report facility issues.

8) Initial phone contact was helpful and friendly. Dianne was polite and very agreeable. Suggestion - none.

9) Web site was attractive, simple and useable BUT information was out of date, frequent typographical errors and dead links. No ability to enroll on-line (minor), no ability to pay on-line (minor) and course descriptions were "sketchy" and incomplete. Suggestion - spend some time on the content, have it proofed and get it working.

10) Will I return? Probably not. Rude manager, poor follow-up and abysmal product selection.

Pros: clean, good coaches, nice facility

Cons: not friendly manager

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My child took a trial class at this gym, and here are the good and bad points from my only visit:

1) The lady at the front desk (Ela) was nice, & got me signed up for the clsss I wanted at a time that would work for me. Trial class was free. Suggestion - none

2) The coach was nice to both me and my son. My son (age 5) was challenged, but also was able to do some basic skills. Class was "fun". Suggestion - none. This was great!

3) The manager (no name badge) was insulting, didn't know her product and wasn't interested in helping me. She was confronting an employee on the floor while I was there, embarassing everyone around her. This was a short & pregnant woman - mid 30's with dark hair. Suggestion - keep this person from the public eye! Have her read Management 101 - this should have been a private conversation.

4) They have a coffee bar, but it isn't open in the daytime. The menu looks OK, prices are fair and there are vending machines available. Suggestion - Maybe they could add a vending machine for cold items, and a microwave for customers to use.

5) Their store area had leotards for the girls, but nothing for boys, and was almost empty. Racks in aisle were empty and lacking signage. Suggestion - stock some merchandise for boys - and for everyone - or close the shop and use this for offices.

6) Follow up was not done. I left, and the ladies at the desk were busy (swamped), so nobody said anything to me on the way out. One week later, I still haven't gotten a call (yes, they have my phone, and e-mail and mailing address) Suggestion - call or send an e-mail, and hire some help for the registration desk, or have some duties reassigned.

7) Facility was generally clean and neat. Offered free popcorn & coffee while we waited (nice touch). Bathrooms were nice, clean and tasteful. Parking lot was clean. Building was a little tattered, with insulation hanging out. Glass could be cleaned, both inside & out. Sidewalks were in ned of repair, especially on East side. Suggestion - housekeeping staff is OK, but maintenance of facility needs halp. Contact landlord & report facility issues.

8) Initial phone contact was helpful and friendly. Dianne was polite and very agreeable. Suggestion - none.

9) Web site was attractive, simple and useable BUT information was out of date, frequent typographical errors and dead links. No ability to enroll on-line (minor), no ability to pay on-line (minor) and course descriptions were "sketchy" and incomplete. Suggestion - spend some time on the content, have it proofed and get it working.

10) Will I return? Probably not. Rude manager, poor follow-up and abysmal product selection.

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My child took a trial class at this gym, and here are the good and bad points from my only visit:

1) The lady at the front desk (Ela) was nice, & got me signed up for the clsss I wanted at a time that would work for me. Trial class was free. Suggestion - none

2) The coach was nice to both me and my son. My son (age 5) was challenged, but also was able to do some basic skills. Class was "fun". Suggestion - none. This was great!

3) The manager (no name badge) was insulting, didn't know her product and wasn't interested in helping me. She was confronting an employee on the floor while I was there, embarassing everyone around her. This was a short & pregnant woman - mid 30's with dark hair. Suggestion - keep this person from the public eye! Have her read Management 101 - this should have been a private conversation.

4) They have a coffee bar, but it isn't open in the daytime. The menu looks OK, prices are fair and there are vending machines available. Suggestion - Maybe they could add a vending machine for cold items, and a microwave for customers to use.

5) Their store area had leotards for the girls, but nothing for boys, and was almost empty. Racks in aisle were empty and lacking signage. Suggestion - stock some merchandise for boys - and for everyone - or close the shop and use this for offices.

6) Follow up was not done. I left, and the ladies at the desk were busy (swamped), so nobody said anything to me on the way out. One week later, I still haven't gotten a call (yes, they have my phone, and e-mail and mailing address) Suggestion - call or send an e-mail, and hire some help for the registration desk, or have some duties reassigned.

7) Facility was generally clean and neat. Offered free popcorn & coffee while we waited (nice touch). Bathrooms were nice, clean and tasteful. Parking lot was clean. Building was a little tattered, with insulation hanging out. Glass could be cleaned, both inside & out. Sidewalks were in ned of repair, especially on East side. Suggestion - housekeeping staff is OK, but maintenance of facility needs halp. Contact landlord & report facility issues.

8) Initial phone contact was helpful and friendly. Dianne was polite and very agreeable. Suggestion - none.

9) Web site was attractive, simple and useable BUT information was out of date, frequent typographical errors and dead links. No ability to enroll on-line (minor), no ability to pay on-line (minor) and course descriptions were "sketchy" and incomplete. Suggestion - spend some time on the content, have it proofed and get it working.

10) Will I return? Probably not. Rude manager, poor follow-up and abysmal product selection.

Pros: Nice facility

Cons: Rude manager

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...with Diane. My daughter has attended for almost 3 years, and we really liked it. We tried gymnastics and cheer, and both have great coaches BUT the last few weeks have been less than ideal. One of the other parents in Maddie's class told me that her afternoon class was cancelled so they could do some other activity. The owner or manager (man, not the woman) is never there any more - someone told me he quit. There is a grumpy lady in the back office some mornings - if she's the owner, I wouldn't call her helpful or friendly! She snapped my head off for asking where our usual coach was!

Anyway, the coaches seem distracted, the manager guy is gone, the owner is a crab, and several of us are displeased. Miss Ruth and Miss Jill are phenominal teachers, and Coach Tim is great. If they leave, we'll follow them, because the rest of the operation is just not the same any more.

Andrew A - are your kids in the competitive Cheer Team program? It is one of the top programs in the state, so I'd bet that is why you are so satisfied. Check out what happens during the day...

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...with Diane. My daughter has attended for almost 3 years, and we really liked it. We tried gymnastics and cheer, and both have great coaches BUT the last few weeks have been less than ideal. One of the other parents in Maddie's class told me that her afternoon class was cancelled so they could do some other activity. The owner or manager (man, not the woman) is never there any more - someone told me he quit. There is a grumpy lady in the back office some mornings - if she's the owner, I wouldn't call her helpful or friendly! She snapped my head off for asking where our usual coach was!

Anyway, the coaches seem distracted, the manager guy is gone, the owner is a crab, and several of us are displeased. Miss Ruth and Miss Jill are phenominal teachers, and Coach Tim is great. If they leave, we'll follow them, because the rest of the operation is just not the same any more.

Andrew A - are your kids in the competitive Cheer Team program? It is one of the top programs in the state, so I'd bet that is why you are so satisfied. Check out what happens during the day...

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The owners are the same two ladies that started the program 10 years ago! I think you must have just had a bad day! Best Gym in state hands down! Both my kids are at PEAK and have excelled!

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The owners are the same two ladies that started the program 10 years ago! I think you must have just had a bad day! Best Gym in state hands down! Both my kids are at PEAK and have excelled!

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I've tried other gyms in the area, and Peak seems to have their act together. Good coaches who care about the kids - a plan and curriculum that teaches to USAG standards in both pre-school (age 2 to 6) & recreation classes (7 & up).Occasionally they have coaches who leave or call in, but they seem to have back-up teachers who try to keep the classes consistent, and know what they are doing. A few years ago they had some coaches who were bad news - but those folks are gone now & "teaching" at another gym.The owners are in the gym regularly - not every day, but they are not absentee owners like in other gyms. I know their competitive program had some turnover and some problems, but the folks they have today are top notch, and plan to stay for a long time (or so they tell me). They don't push the kids past their capability, and offer levels for almost everyone who wants to compete. They have USAG teams from Level 4 to Level 9, and offer a nice competitive league called "EAGLES" that isn't quite so intense. My girls are not going to the Olympics, but they have fun in class and hope to make the team someday soon. Bored? Not that they have ever said to me!

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I've tried other gyms in the area, and Peak seems to have their act together. Good coaches who care about the kids - a plan and curriculum that teaches to USAG standards in both pre-school (age 2 to 6) & recreation classes (7 & up).Occasionally they have coaches who leave or call in, but they seem to have back-up teachers who try to keep the classes consistent, and know what they are doing. A few years ago they had some coaches who were bad news - but those folks are gone now & "teaching" at another gym.The owners are in the gym regularly - not every day, but they are not absentee owners like in other gyms. I know their competitive program had some turnover and some problems, but the folks they have today are top notch, and plan to stay for a long time (or so they tell me). They don't push the kids past their capability, and offer levels for almost everyone who wants to compete. They have USAG teams from Level 4 to Level 9, and offer a nice competitive league called "EAGLES" that isn't quite so intense. My girls are not going to the Olympics, but they have fun in class and hope to make the team someday soon. Bored? Not that they have ever said to me!

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The cheer coaches really care about the kids. They will not place them on a team that is over their head, or under their skills. They try to push the kids to get better and move up. The dance instructors make the classes fun and the kids LOVE it. I would recommend this gym to anyone - whether you child is into a competitive cheer, dance or gymnastics or if you just want them to learn the basics, this is the place to be!

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The cheer coaches really care about the kids. They will not place them on a team that is over their head, or under their skills. They try to push the kids to get better and move up. The dance instructors make the classes fun and the kids LOVE it. I would recommend this gym to anyone - whether you child is into a competitive cheer, dance or gymnastics or if you just want them to learn the basics, this is the place to be!

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so peak is prob the best place for cheer dance and gymnastics and the person below this is wrong. peak is great and you actually learn stuff there comparing to other gyms. The teachers have great experiance and they what to do and the buisness is great. And the cheer teams are amazing speaking of which the level five team just got a bid to WORLDS so i guess that the coaching is AMAZING! check it out!!!!

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so peak is prob the best place for cheer dance and gymnastics and the person below this is wrong. peak is great and you actually learn stuff there comparing to other gyms. The teachers have great experiance and they what to do and the buisness is great. And the cheer teams are amazing speaking of which the level five team just got a bid to WORLDS so i guess that the coaching is AMAZING! check it out!!!!

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We had our daughter enrolled in the Rising Stars (5yo) gymnastics program and the Jazz/Pom combo dance class. In the dance class we had at least four different teachers in less than 4 months, and twice the teacher failed to show at all. Each teacher taught something different, so there was never any progression and it was very haphazard.
In the gymnastics portion it was the same story with multiple teachers. Their idea of gymnastics for young kids is running them through a silly obstacle course, the same one every week. It was nothing more than supervised play time. My daughter was very bored (her words).
In my opinion, Peak Athletics Plus is simply a warehouse business trying to make a huge profit by bringing in as many people as they can. There was no curriculum or defined goals to help the children progress. We received one review sheet at the end of a gymnastics session where various skills were evaluated. Every skill was checked off completed easily, but there was no communication as to what that meant, and it was back to the same obstacle courses again. (This was also during another transition of teachers)
I volunteer to coach other youth sports, and I put in 10 times the effort to make sure my kids learn and progress, for free, than this warehouse which takes your money does. This is the Walmart of gymnastics/dance. They have a big fancy shell, but don't have any substance to fill it.
I can only speak to these two programs, and maybe the others are better. But it you can't get the young ones interested enough to continure, how could it get any better.

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★★☆☆☆

We had our daughter enrolled in the Rising Stars (5yo) gymnastics program and the Jazz/Pom combo dance class. In the dance class we had at least four different teachers in less than 4 months, and twice the teacher failed to show at all. Each teacher taught something different, so there was never any progression and it was very haphazard.
In the gymnastics portion it was the same story with multiple teachers. Their idea of gymnastics for young kids is running them through a silly obstacle course, the same one every week. It was nothing more than supervised play time. My daughter was very bored (her words).
In my opinion, Peak Athletics Plus is simply a warehouse business trying to make a huge profit by bringing in as many people as they can. There was no curriculum or defined goals to help the children progress. We received one review sheet at the end of a gymnastics session where various skills were evaluated. Every skill was checked off completed easily, but there was no communication as to what that meant, and it was back to the same obstacle courses again. (This was also during another transition of teachers)
I volunteer to coach other youth sports, and I put in 10 times the effort to make sure my kids learn and progress, for free, than this warehouse which takes your money does. This is the Walmart of gymnastics/dance. They have a big fancy shell, but don't have any substance to fill it.
I can only speak to these two programs, and maybe the others are better. But it you can't get the young ones interested enough to continure, how could it get any better.

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If you attend a gymnastics or cheerleading competition in this area, Peak does well. However, I was not impressed with their hardcore tactics and insistence that the kids commit to a huge amount of classes (and thus money).

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★★☆☆☆

If you attend a gymnastics or cheerleading competition in this area, Peak does well. However, I was not impressed with their hardcore tactics and insistence that the kids commit to a huge amount of classes (and thus money).

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Great place for gymnastics and dance for all ages. Lots of schedules and times for different age groups. The recreational gymnast can go here all the way up to competitive. Professional, well trained staff. Also, parties where parents do little or nothing!

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★★★★☆

Great place for gymnastics and dance for all ages. Lots of schedules and times for different age groups. The recreational gymnast can go here all the way up to competitive. Professional, well trained staff. Also, parties where parents do little or nothing!

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