Full Circle Performance is Manatee County's premier training facility.  Whether looking to become a better developed athlete, achieve your best level of health & Fitness, or compete in the Olympic Sport of Weightlifting, Full Circle Performance is the place for you. Owner and Director Tyler Peacock brings over 12 years of experience in developing the best plan for you to achieve your goals today!  

 Tyler helping prepare one of his athletes who is about to compete in a WEIGHTLIFTING meet

Tyler helping prepare one of his athletes who is about to compete in a WEIGHTLIFTING meet

Originally from Palmetto, Tyler moved to Tallahassee after graduating High School to pursue a degree from Florida State University.  While there, his knowledge of weightlifting gained from competing in the sport, aided him in being able to join Florida State’s Strength & Speed Staff as a Student Assistant.  Shortly after being given the opportunity to get involved, Tyler's passion for teaching weightlifting was ignited and he never looked back.  After three years as a student assistant Tyler was hired full time in the Athletic Department as the Strength & Speed Coach for the Track & Field team.  Throughout his time at FSU Tyler worked with all sports including FSU’s Football team.  Since moving back Tyler has wasted no time in helping young athletes be more successful by learning how to perfect their ability to move athletically on the field of play!

Certifications & Degrees

·      Bachelors degree in Exercise Physiology

·      Masters degree in Sports Administration

·      C.S.C.S certified through the National Strength & Conditioning Association

·      USA Weightlifting Level 1 Weightlifting Coach

·      CPR/First Aid through the American Red Cross

·      Speaker at the 2011 NSCA Coach’s Conference

Coaching Accomplishments

·      2-time Collegiate National Champion (Weightlifting)

·      Coach of Collegiate National Record Holder (Weightlifting)

·      Youth National Champion (Weightlifting)

·      Youth American Record Holder (Weightlifting)

·      Double Bronze Medalist at 2008 Beijing Olympics (Track & Field)

·      Bronze Medalist at 2011 World Championships (Track & Field)

·      14 Olympians (Track & Field)

·      32 Individual National Champions (Track & Field)

·      147 Collegiate All Americans (Track & Field)

·      Assisted with the training of 45 NFL Football Players