Anatomical measurements from the shoulders, chest, waist, abdomen, thighs, and calf used to gauge the effectiveness of programs, measure, and track success.
Body Fat measurement test using calipers and skin folds around specific points on your body to measure the amount of fat mass vs. lean tissue you have. Not only is this a good measure of progress, but it also helps to calculate Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) for nutritional plans.
Cardiorespiratory Recovery Heart Rate Test
A three minute step test measuring the amount of time needed for the heart rate to begin slowing down after vigorous activity as well as current heart rates after 60 seconds of vigorous activity, this helps to assess where to begin your conditioning and training programs based off your current fitness level.
The flexibility assessment is used to gauge Range of Motion 9ROM) throughout the muscles and joints of your body. This helps to identify any potential structurally weak areas that need to be addressed with exercise and stretching.