Adult Tae Kwon Do combines combat techniques, self-defense, sport, exercise, and in some cases, meditation and philosophy. It is both an aerobic and anaerobic workout and includes stretching along with self-defense techniques.
This program is designed to challenge each student on their journey to increased fitness, flexibility, strength, and self-esteem. We teach traditional strikes, blocks, and kicks, combined with traditional values of respect, self-confidence, and self-esteem.
These physical and mental fitness skills help maintain a healthy life style, energy, and reduce stress levels.
All our programs stress a non-violent approach to problem solving, along with practical methods of self-defense for unavoidable confrontations.
The attentive student becomes increasingly sensitive to his or her environment and acquires greater strength and self-control in many aspects of their life. The benefits of PEAK Performance training can be felt after only a few weeks of regular training.
Peak Performance Training
PEAK Performance Training Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is one of only 11 programs in the United States that works directly with Peak Performance National Team Head Coach Juan Miguel Moreno. Coach Moreno is a three-time US Olympian, two-time Olympic silver medalist, and USA National team coach. Current PEAK team members make up a formidable force on the United States Olympic tae kwon do team.
Peak Performance Training is a special program designed for students who want to become the best they can be at competing in Olympic tae kwon do. The primary objective of the Peak Performance Team is to develop tae kwon do athletes capable of successfully competing at the national & international level. To achieve this goal, we have implemented an instructional program based on modern sports science principles. The sparring curriculum was developed in conjunction with Head Coach Moreno and utilizes his proven methods for achieving competitive success.
Membership on the Peak Performance Team is by invitation only. A position must be earned and standards for selection are high. To become a team member, the athlete must display exceptional dedication, superior team spirit, and a heart and willingness to grow and change over an extended time. Performance at regional and national competitions may also be considered during the selection process. This is a developmental program focusing first on the athlete and second on performance, which will lead to desired long-term results.