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Sloatsburg’s Rockland Peak Performance Undergoes Expansion

Posted on 04 November 2016 by Editor

Rockland Peak Performance, under co-owner Nunzio Signore, has become a powerhouse in the strength and conditioning field. RPP, located just south of Sloatsburg, NY, just added 4,500 square feet of space.

Rockland Peak Performance under co-owner Nunzio Signore’s leadership has become a powerhouse in the strength and conditioning field. RPP, located at the south entrance of Sloatsburg, NY, just added 4,500 square feet of space.

Nunzio Signore is building quite a strength and conditioning sports performance facility just outside Sloatsburg along Route 17. Since Signore got Rockland Peak Performance rolling in 2012, the facility has become a beacon for team and individual fitness training. Continue Reading

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A Friend In Need – Support The RPP Team Doug Fundraiser

Posted on 06 September 2014 by Editor

Think about this for a moment — you’re feeling tired, run down. The sluggish feeling just won’t shake. And then one day you just stop working right and collapse.

supportteamdoug2Doug Corbett, popular trainer and fitness instructor at Rockland Peak Performance, found himself in this very situation this past June. Corbett had been feeling like a “zombie” for a few weeks while training clients at RPP. Finally, one day, with his heart rate racing and jaw swelling, Corbett hit the wall and was rushed to the hospital. Continue Reading

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Fit For Life

Posted on 01 January 2012 by Editor

Sloatsburg — From the outside, the fitness center could be mistaken for a high-end auto or machine shop. The space looks and feels different from your typical gym — it’s wide open with high ceilings that bounce light off glossy white walls. A green turf carpet covers the floor for running, and there is a lot running. And where a typical gym is clotted with equipment, this gym has a smaller weight section, mostly free weights to focus on a full range of motion. There are power sleds for pushing, big hanging bags for kicking, medicine balls to bounce and toss, ropes to swing and climb and for resistance training. Continue Reading

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