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Tracy Steven Peal Sr.

Tracy Steven Peal Sr.

Speed + Movement Specialist

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Strength and Conditioning

My favorite sports event/memory/moment is ...  after the Cleveland Cavaliers came back from a 1-3 deficit to beat the Golden State Warriors to win the 2015-2016 NBA Championship. Being a huge LeBron James fan, needless to say I was beyond ecstatic. When LeBron yelled into the TV set, “Cleveland, THIS ONE’S FOR YOU!!!”, I could barely hold back the tears of was almost as if I could feel LeBron’s relief - winning another ring, bringing a championship to his hometown, the Prodigal Son coming home.

Tracy Steven Peal, Sr., is an Elite Speed Coach and Movement Specialist. He has been engaged in the field of individual and group athletics, movement training and physical conditioning for over 20 years.  As a Movement Specialist, Tracy analyzes sports mechanics to provide the most efficient way to increase speed, quickness, agility, power and endurance.

Tracy played Division 1 basketball for Pennsylvania State University and the University of Delaware. After his collegiate career, he competed as a powerlifter, cyclist, runner and duathlete, and raced a variety of criteriums, time-trials, sprint and olympic-distance duathlons and half-marathons.  He has been Certified as a Coach in Triathlon (USA Triathlon), Running (Pose - Level IV), Cycling (USA Cycling), and Strength and Conditioning (NCSA).

Tracy works with athletes from a wide range of sports and movement disciplines, including:  endurance (distance runners, cyclists, swimmers and triathletes); track & field (sprinters, throwers and jumpers); team sports (basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball and field hockey); and performance (skaters and dancers).   His expertise has helped his clients to achieve high-level results, as well as recover from otherwise previously debilitating injuries. He has been a high school track coach (Methacton HS, PA) and is currently a consultant with Monmouth University’s XC/T&F teams and with NFL Combine performance guru Brian Martin.