Brewster’s Peak Athletics relocates to Brewster Ice Arena
Nearly a year since Peak Athletics first opened its doors to the community, the athlete training facility is relocating to a larger space in Brewster. Peak will now occupy the third floor gym space inside of the Brewster Ice Arena, located at 63 Fields Lane. Peak will replace the “Fitness Academy Gym.”
“I love what I do in the fitness industry and I saw an opportunity to grow and help more people,” said Tyler Steinfeld, founder and owner of Peak Athletics. “We are excited because the space allows us to grow and have more classes and members.”
At the Brewster Ice Arena, Peak will have 7,000 square feet of usable space. The gym will offer classes, workout machines, cardio equipment and free weights as well as locker rooms. Members will be allowed to access the facility 24 hours per day. Twelve of those hours will be staffed.
“We will have sports performance and strength and conditioning classes for teens and youth alike,” Steinfeld said. We will also have yoga, HIIT, and boot camp classes starting soon.
Steinfeld said he’s particularly excited to begin offering a Learn to Lift class. Each class, instructors will break down a specific weightlifting exercise, exploring the fundamentals and proper execution of the lift.
Steinfeld says he plans to bring in new equipment to upgrade the facility, including new press and cable machines and others equipment from high-end manufacturers such as Arsenal Strength and Rogue Fitness.
“A lot of the stuff we will get you will not find in regular gyms like a New York Sports Clubs or Club Fit or Planet Fitness,” Steinfeld said.
Steinfeld and the Peak staff have been training many of the hockey teams that are based out of the Brewster Ice Arena, which is how the opportunity came about to take over the gym space inside the Arena. However, Steinfeld noted that Peak is a place designed for everyone.
“Our ideal customer is anyone who is interested in fitness, whether they are new to it or have been working out for a while. If they are young or old, it doesn't matter to us,” Steinfeld said. “We know that people might be intimidated in class settings; that's okay. We offer options for experienced members to work out using our equipment, and classes and personal trainers for everyone else.”