Fitness Evaluation and Setting Goals

 

Every good exercise program begins with evaluating and setting goals. Initial Fitness Evaluations (IFE) are important in determining your current fitness level, setting realistic goals, evaluating progress, and keeping you motivated.

Initial Fitness Evaluation consists of:

  1. Body Weight
  2. Height Measurement
  3. Waist to Hip Ratio
  4. Body Mass Index (BMI)
  5. Body Fat Percentage using skinfold calipers
  6. Cardiovascular Endurance Step Test
  7. Muscular Strength Tests for upper and lower body
  8. Muscular Endurance Test for abdominal strength
  9. Balance Assessment
  10. Flexibility Test

The results of the IFE will show us your strengths and weaknesses and give us a baseline for your current fitness level. This information will then be used by your personal trainer to help you set realistic goals and develop an exercise program that will achieve these goals.

The IFE is included in the price of the training package purchased.