Let our knowledge, experience and the use of sports science assess your body performance levels. To help maintain and improve your wellbeing and fitness goals. We offer a number of specific fitness assessments which will provide you with personalised information to help you understand how your body performs and what measures you can take to target improvements and exceed your expectations. Learn more about the improvements we can help you achieve, and contact us today.
Lactate Threshold Test
Surface EMG Shorts Test
Biomechanical Gait Assessment
The benefit of training by Heart Rate
This test will identify your personal lactate threshold turnpoint. This is when you move from an aerobic to anaerobic zone.
Become symmetrical to perform more efficiently and reduce the chance of injury
“If an athlete is asymmetrical, one part of the body may have to work harder than the other to compensate for weakness. That doesn’t mean you’re due for an injury, but it increases the likelihood. “Runners have some of the highest incidences of injuries, and a lot of that has to do with not properly fixing muscular imbalances.” Cyclist need to have their power through the whole cycle motion and balance out the quads, hamstrings and gluets to maximise their output. So, identifying symmetry in your lower limbs is of vital importance for increased performance and injury prevention.
Get your feet to work with you and not against you
Every step of every day your body is dealing with gravity pulling it down, and the ground pushing it up! Your feet are the key interaction between these forces and are extremely important in how you move and cope with stresses and strains.
A biomechanical foot assessment will help identify your walking or running gait cycle technique which will help towards improving running efficiency. Potential injuries can be detected from excessive imbalanced forces and misalignments.
Body Composition Test
General Physical Fitness Assessment
Cholesterol Blood Test Package
The true power of conditioned weight
Body composition refers to the relative proportions of body weight in terms of lean body mass and body fat. Lean body mass represents the weight of muscle, bone, internal organs, and connective tissue. Body fat represents the remaining fat tissue. Body fat serves three important functions: 1. As an insulator to conserve heat. 2. Provides metabolic fuel to produce energy. 3. Acts as padding to cushion your internal organs. It’s essential to maintain some body fat, but an excess level poses a serious health risk.
How fit are you?
Many of us set fitness goals or take on fitness challenges without understanding how fit we really are. The assessment will provide measurable values by testing the cardiovascular system, body strength and body flexibility. Your results will be shown against normative ranges for comparison and will provide a great platform for targeted training and a focus to develop your health and fitness levels.
Research has shown high levels of cholesterol can lead to heart disease, strokes and atherosclerosis. Monitoring your cholesterol level regularly can detect any high levels of LDL (low density lipoprotein) and triglycerides known as the bad cholesterol. Monitoring your glucose levels regularly detects the levels of your blood sugars. It is important to maintain a stable and balanced blood sugar level, as there is a limited range of blood sugar levels in which the brain can function normally.