Summit Strength Helps Their 100th Client Reach Their Adventure Goals

Summit Strength is proud to announce that 100 clients have now reached their adventure goals through the company’s personal training service.

January 23, 2020 / / —

Hiking and trekking is not like any other form of exercise. Not only do adventurers need strength, stamina and flexibility, they also need to know how to survive and problem solve along the way. Hikers can experience all kinds of issues from hikers knee to simple exhaustion but with the proper training, these problems don’t have to mean turning back. With the right training, hikers can reach their goals safely and successfully. And yet, so much of the advice available to these adventurers is from other amateurs.

This is why Rowan Smith built Summit Strength: he recognised the need for proper training and professional guidance based on experience in Sports Science and Strength and Conditioning. And now, Summit Strength is proud to announce that 100 clients have reached their adventure goals through their personal training regime.

Many trekkers train as though they are simply going for a long walk. This simply doesn’t work as trekking really requires more athletic training. Summit Strength offers personalised training for amateur hikers and trekkers based on 3 time-proven main principles: purpose, performance and experience. These principles help to prepare trekkers to conquer their adventure dreams and can make the difference between turning back halfway and completing a venture.​​

Summit Strength specialises in helping their clients find purpose in their preparation, develop confidence in their physical performance and develop knowledge on all things trekking. This method works for even the most inexperienced amateurs as well as trekkers looking to push toward a more ambitious goal. With the most comprehensive training, the most thorough education, all Summit Strength alumni go on to achieve their goals and many have even lead the pack on their expedition.

Summit Strength offers a range of courses, which include online learning for remote learners. This method allows all clients to access the information they need but it also gives them a chance to ask questions and clear up any confusion they may have about what they have read online. The success of the program is clear in the 100 clients Summit Strength has already helped and the company hopes to hep even more clients in the future.

For more information about Summit Strength, please contact Rowan Smith on 0410 028 065 or by email to rowan@summitstrength.com.au. Please address any postal queries to 4/30 Pitt St Sydney ​2000 and check out their website https://www.summitstrength.com.au/ for any further information.

Contact Info:
Name: Rowan Smith
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Organization: Summit Strength
Address: 4/30 Pitt St Sydney ​2000
Phone: 0410 028 065
Website: https://www.summitstrength.com.au/

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