Medical & Fitness

Personal Training with 407 Fitness – available at Peak Performance Golf

Jason Cross, Director of 407 Fitness, brings almost 20 years of experience in the health and fitness industry to his personal training. He combines his extensive knowledge of the body, nutrition and supplementation to provide the most effective results driven personal training plan for each individual.


To learn more visit his website by clicking here.

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About Our Personal Trainer

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Jason Cross

Jason Cross is an elite fitness professional with over 15 years of experience attaining the best possible results for his clients. Jason believes that overall wellbeing begins with your health and he creates customized training, supplement, and nutrition plans that allow you to unlock your top fitness potential. He is a certified Personal Trainer (Canadian Association of Fitness Professionals, Elite Trainer / International Youth Conditioning Association/Youth Fitness Specialist) who works with an executive clientele and specializes in strength and conditioning, targeted sports training, and effective weight loss.


Jason has worked with some of the top fitness facilities in Canada (Sports Clubs of Canada, Goodlife, Balleys) over the course of his career before opening 407 Fitness in late 2016. As Fitness Director, he has created a wellness facility that provides unique personal & group training, nutrition and supplement coaching, and full sequence genetic analysis that is the culmination of his years of health and wellness experience.

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Is PAIN hurting your Golf Game?

Notice your injury!

Are you experiencing pain when you play golf? Is there a chronic injury that has been bothering you and affecting your game?


Most golf injuries are seen from overuse as oppose to an acute incident, where mechanics of the swing and physical limitation play a huge role in the development of injury. Most swing faults are seen due to a physical limitation and are commonly related to core stability, hip mobility and spine mobility. Here are some common injuries that we usually see in golfers:


  • Low Back Pain – Most common injury in amateur golfers, usually result from excessive tilting and rotation in spine in swing
  • Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)
  • Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
  • Wrist Pain
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Hip pain
  • Herniated Disc

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