At Peak Basketball

BASKETBALL STATSDid You Know - Basketball

$33 billion is spent each year on youth sports injuries and over 20 million days of school are lost. With almost 7 million youth basketball players currently playing on organized teams in the U.S., basketball attributes for a massive portion of those injuries. Ankle sprains, ACL tears and concussions are all common injuries in basketball. According to the CDC, more than half of those injuries are preventable.​

The At Peak Sports app delivers video-guided workouts that are designed by medical professionals to prevent basketball injuries. A 20 minute workout twice per week is all it takes to reduce the chance of sports injuries by up to 50%!

A child as young as eight years old has an opportunity to build a physical foundation for their future by completing simple, fun and rewarding workouts within the At Peak app.

Basketball PlayersAT PEAK ATHLETES

At Peak works with leading professional athletes to provide fun and engaging content for the At Peak app.  Players can unlock video messages and get tips and tricks from pro basketball players.  Upcoming versions of the guided workouts will feature narration by the pros.

BENEFITS OF AT PEAK

The At Peak app is designed to reduce the chance of injuries and increase performance in the game. The product is age and gender-specific and has been developed based on the injury profile of the sport. Benefits include:

COACHES: Increase team performance and win more games, decrease player injuries, track your team’s progress and communicate with players and parents outside of practice. Best of all, At Peak is always 100% free for coaches!

ATHLETES: Play better in your sport, improve your speed, agility and quickness and help reduce injuries that happen to 1 of 5 young athletes every year.

PARENTS: Protect your child from injury, monitor your athlete’s progress, communicate with the coach and keep the “fun” in sports.

At Peak increases performance, decreases the chance of injury and ensures a healthy future for young athletes.

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