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Salt Lake City, UT , United States
Heather Casey founded Peak State Fit with the concept of providing sports performance services to anyone desiring the techniques and technologies used by the best in the world. They provide a unique blend of evidence-based, field-proven training services that have been validated at the highest levels of sport and fitness in the world. Taking their experiences from elite sport, they help you live better, feel better and be confident doing the things you love.
Heather’s background in swimming competitively from age 6 under the direction of Olympic coaches Richard Quick and David Marsh led her to triathlon at the age of 14. Her passion for endurance sports continued and has been her profession for over 15 years.
Heather and Pat founded Peak State Fit from their 20 year combined coaching experience as USAT Level 2 coaches and strength coaches bringing their passion for wellness through endurance sports, functional strength and bike fit together. They have a proven track record of coaching athletes to their top goals with responsible progression to minimize risk of injury or burnout while cultivating a physical and mental amplitude of Peak State.
Heather coaches athletes of all levels but specializes in highly motivated individuals with a passion for gains! She has coached dozens of athletes to their first Ironman finish, 5 Ironman World Championship Kona athletes!
USAT Level IIE
USAT Elite Youth & Juniors
USAT Mentor Coach
Ironman Certified Coach
Precision Nutrition Sports Nutrition Coach
Training Peaks Level II Certified
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist RSCC*D
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2225 S 500 E
Salt Lake City, UT