Tom Dueber

Phone: 720-378-8616

All-Age Performance Training System™

Targets vs Goals: Setting controllable goals to reach attainable targets.

Tom Dueber is a nationally recognized fitness and sports performance expert specializing in helping people of all ages learn a simple process to reach and maintain their goals.  Tom has developed his expertise training over 200 individual athletes, more than 50 teams and small groups and interviewing physical therapists, physicians, coaches and professional athletes from around the country since 2001.  Athletes Tom has worked with have gone on to participate at the college and professional level in every sport ranging from football to kayak, soccer to Ironman Tri-Athlons, and basketball to dressage.

The All-Age Performance process Tom has developed shows people of all ages how to set and achieve goals to perform at their best level regardless of their age, previous experience or the desired outcome.  No other consultant teaches this process.  But All-Age Performance training is not just about sports or fitness.  Learning to apply the Laws of Fitness to physical goals improves confidence, self-image, self-esteem for people of all ages.

Tom was an all-state shot-putter and football player in high school where his football team won 41 games in a row.  He went on to play football at Drake University where his team won the first ever Pioneer League championship and Tom earned his degree in Communications.  After four years as a Media Director for an ad agency, Tom decided he wanted a career where he could work to help people better themselves and enjoy the same benefits he enjoyed developing strength and confidence as an athlete.  So, he started over.

In 2001 Tom joined 24-Hour Fitness as a personal trainer.  With little formal training, he relied on his sports experience and started to develop his system for setting and achieving goals.  After only 6 months as a personal trainer Tom was promoted to Fitness Manager of one of the top producing clubs in the Denver area.  After 3 months Tom was transferred to Overland Park, Kansas to help grow a newly opened Supersport club.  While he was in Kansas, Tom was approached by a former colleague about accepted a new challenge with a chain of fitness centers in Des Moines, Iowa.  Wanting to gain valuable experience Tom again started at the bottom in membership sales and quickly rose to the position of Area Director of Fitness overseeing more than 50 employees at 4 clubs.  Along the way, he discovered weight-lifting and sports performance programs were still very much old-school bench, squats and cleans variations and appealed to less than 10% of the population.

In 2006 Tom made the decision to move back to Colorado and open Canyon Personal Training and Fitness.  From 2007 – 2016 Tom again applied his goal setting strategies to grow the business to a peak level of over 400 personal training clients.  In 2016 Tom sold Canyon so he could be free to help people across the country set and achieve their goals.  Tom created the Laws of Fitness and the All-Age Performance Training System™ to help people of all ages, regardless of ability, take control of their fitness and sports goals and apply them to their careers, businesses and life.

Tom’s individual clients have attended Division I universities on both coasts, team clients have participated in state championship games and his corporate clients include General Electric and the Schallert Group.  Tom is a certified National Academy of Sports Medicine Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES), Youth Exercise Specialist (NASM-YES), professional member of SHAPE America, licensed youth soccer coach, member of the Positive Coaches Alliance, Colorado High School Coaches Association (CHSCA) and Stop Sports Injury Affiliate Partner.

The Success Formula: Creating a great team by finding the best process for each person.

Professional Speaker and Coach, All-Age Performance Expert, Fitness Consultant

Speaking & Training Topics

How Young is too Young: At what age should my athlete start a sports performance program and what should it look like?

Coach Tom Dueber

Cutting though the Crap: What you really need to know about reaching your fitness or performance target.

Creating a Culture of Confidence: An inclusive environment where all people can be successful.

Tom Dueber

Coach Tom Dueber

Canyon Performance Training

2030 Ionosphere Street Unit C-2

Longmont, Colorado 80504