A fitness assessment is a series of fitness tests that helps you or your personal trainer determine your physical fitness level, and aids in developing your personalized program. Results from the fitness assessment can identify your strengths and weaknesses, which help you set realistic and attainable goals. An assessment will aid in tracking improvement, and provides the most accurate results if performed every 4 to 6 weeks. At the Recreation Center, fitness assessments may include any or all of the following:

• Body compositionfitness assessment
• Flexibility
• Muscular strength or Muscular endurance
• Cardiovascular endurance
Body composition Test
• Objective: The objective of body composition assessment is to measure body fat and lean body mass and BMI.
We measure heights, weights, and body fat composition.
Flexibility Test
• Objective: The objective of flexibility test is to monitor the student flexibility in different body parts.
• Sit and reach: The objective of this test is to monitor the development of the lower back and hamstring flexibility.
• Shoulder stretch test: The objective of this test is to monitor shoulders flexibility.
Muscular endurance strength
• Pushups: The objective of this test is to monitor the Pectorals, triceps and anterior deltoid.
• Sit Up: The objective of this test is to monitor rectus abdominis, psoas, and rectus femoris.
• Box squat: The objective of this test is to monitor Quadriceps (rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, vastus intermedius)
Muscular maximum strength
Depending on the client goal
Cardiovascular endurance
• The 20 meter pacer test: The objective of this test is to measures the cardiovascular endurance by Run as long as possible back and forth across a 20-meter space at a specified pace that gets faster each minute.

The cost for this service is $35. Please let us know if you have any question about Fitness Assessments

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