Fitness is not one size fits all and performance means different things to different people. A desk jockey, a marathon runner, a stay at home mom or an expecting mom – no matter what you do during the day, you need a workout regimen that is tailored to your needs.

Training

Small Group
Personal Training

The Performance Fix focus is small group personal training. Sessions include the five basic movement patterns that include: hip hinge, squat, push, pull and loaded carries. The low client to coach ratio makes it small enough that the “personal” in “personal training” is not lost and workouts are designed so that our clients work together making “getting stronger” more fun.

Afternoon
Delight

We also offer a more traditional lunchtime workout daily. These quick and dirty 30 minute sessions include interval circuits with an emphasis on strength training and conditioning work, but leaves you just enough time to get some lunch before heading back to the office!

bump fit

Preparing for the event of a lifetime.

I don’t think you’ll get any argument by saying that the toughest thing a person can do is give birth, yet as a whole, women don’t get fit for birth. Think about it this way, on average, a first time marathoner will train anywhere from 6-12 months and will accumulate roughly 150-300 training hours to prepare for a 5-6 hour event—this will include daily runs, gym workouts and any additional reading.

A first time expecting mom has nine months to prepare but will only “train” for 20-30 hours for a 12-24 hour event—this will include mostly reading, doctor visits, the Internet and maybe some walking. Would you read a book on running a marathon and then go run it? Of course not, yet this is how most approach having a child. It’s time to bring awareness on how important it is for expecting mothers to train for this life changing event!

bump fit

Preparing for the event of a lifetime.

I don’t think you’ll get any argument by saying that the toughest thing a person can do is give birth, yet as a whole, women don’t get fit for birth. Think about it this way, on average, a first time marathoner will train anywhere from 6-12 months and will accumulate roughly 150-300 training hours to prepare for a 5-6 hour event—this will include daily runs, gym workouts and any additional reading.

A first time expecting mom has nine months to prepare but will only “train” for 20-30 hours for a 12-24 hour event—this will include mostly reading, doctor visits, the Internet and maybe some walking. Would you read a book on running a marathon and then go run it? Of course not, yet this is how most approach having a child. It’s time to bring awareness on how important it is for expecting mothers to train for this life changing event!

Belly Training
 

Designed to bring awareness and strengthen the entire core area emphasizing the diaphragm, the pelvic girdle and the transverse abdominis muscle (TVA).

Strength Training and
Corrective Exercises

Programmed to keep you strong and balanced in preparation for the physical demands of having a child and life after.

Labor Training
 

A sports specific training method emulating contraction and rest intervals preparing you for the physiological and mental-emotional challenges of actual labor.

About Us

Jeremy Cheung

Jeremy Cheung

NASM CPT, PES, Fit For Birth Coach
American Kettlebell Club Certified Coach
USAW Olympic Lifting Coach
Owner
Shea Leonard

Shea Leonard

NASM NCCPT
Trainer

Contact




Performance Fix

2324 Eastlake Ave E #100
Seattle, WA 98102