(15 Minutes) The BodPod is the “Gold Standard” in body composition testing (body fat vs. lean muscle mass) in adults and children, and can accommodate a wide range of populations. A full test only requires about 5 minutes and provides accurate, safe, comfortable, and fast test results. Performing a regular BodPod will allow you to track fitness results, assist in medical weight loss programs, and help determine if an employee is fit for duty. **Click here for test preparation details.**
(15 Minutes) The Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) biometric test determines the amount of energy (calories) your body is using while at rest. As your level of exercise increases, your body starts to burn more calories, thus increasing your metabolic rate. RMR testing is a great way to track your wellness program success, assist in medical weight loss programs, help with corporate wellness programs, and aid in employment functional testing. **Click here for test preparation details.**
Healthletix 90: The Healthletix 90 Test is a comprehensive group of tests designed to show improvement as you progress in your fitness program. The Healthletix 90 consists of a BodPod, an estimated VO2 max assessment, as well as flexibility and muscular endurance testing. This is an ideal bench mark test before you begin your workout program and can be performed quarterly to track your progress.
Estimated V02 Max Assessment: V02 Max is the measurement of the maximum amount of oxygen a person can utilize during intense exercise. It is also a good predictor of overall cardiovascular health. An estimated V02 is performed on a treadmill and is calculated by total time during incremental increases in slope and speed.
Cardiovascular Graded Exercise Test
(60 Minutes) A graded exercise test usually involves walking or running on a treadmill while your heart rhythm, blood pressure, and breathing are monitored. A graded exercise is used to evaluate heart health and its ability to perform under stressful situations. Exercise testing is used for wellness programs, fitness evaluations, pre-employment testing for physically demanding jobs (firefighters, police, construction, etc.), and employment functional testing such as fit-for-duty and return-to-work programs. **Click here for test preparation details.**
Pre-Employment Strength Testing
(30 Minutes) Employers need to make sure they are hiring employees that can perform the functional demands of the workplace. A Pre-Employment Strength Test ensures employers are hiring a workforce that is functionally ready to perform essential functions while decreasing Workers Compensation injury risk. Merchant Marine Seamen, Military applicants, Police, Fire Rescue, and EMS personnel are a few examples of professions who can benefit from this testing.
(30 Minutes) Functional Movement Screening (FMS) is a functional assessment that determines muscular weakness and pinpoints specific body regions that need targeted strengthening programs. An FMS is a great tool for preventing injury, avoiding re-injury, returning from surgery, and employees returning to work from workers compensation claims.
(60 Minutes) A Certified Athletic Trainer will utilize exercise science and video analysis to explore your running gait and make suggestions for improvement in order to reduce improper muscle compensation, chronic onset of injury, and improve technique for better performance.
(15 Minutes) Determine your cholesterol level quickly in our office. No fasting necessary. We will provide HDL and LDL values, as well as total cholesterol. High cholesterol is a major risk factor in developing heart disease that may lead to heart attack and stroke. Keep track of your cholesterol levels easily with our test.
(15 Minutes) We can quickly check your glucose levels either while fasting or 2 hours after your last meal. It is important to monitor your blood glucose regularly while receiving treatment for diabetes or while monitoring your glucose levels while pre-diabetic.
(15 Minutes) We can quickly check your A1c level which does not require fasting. This number will provide an average of glucose levels versus a reading at a single point in time, like a glucose check.