Consultation & Assessment 

New client evaluations come with no cost or commitment.

 

These appointments typically take between 45-60 minutes, which allow us to ultimately provide you with an initial client report with the following information.

Patient on Scale

Body Composition Analysis

Weight and body fat are sensitive subjects, but also important metrics of health. By utilizing bioelectrical impedance, our body composition analysis is quick, non-invasive, and accurate. 

What do we learn?

  • Body weight (lbs)

  • Body fat %

  • Muscle mass (lbs)

Estimated Energy Balance Calculations

Energy balance (calories in vs. calories out) is a key factor in weight management and overall health. As such, having an estimation of your daily caloric expenditure is key to a successful fitness plan. We estimate this for you after your evaluation and include them in your report.

What do we learn?

  • Basal Metabolic Rate (calories you burn at rest)

  • Estimated Total Energy Expenditure (total calories burned in a day)

  • Estimated timeline to produce desired weight loss or gain

Calorie Count
Downward Dog

Mobility Restrictions

Everything in the body is connected. A limitation in mobility can result in poor movement patterns which decrease performance and increase chances of sustaining an injury. Our movement screens highlight these problem areas so they can be addressed before a problem arises.

What do we learn?

  • Which joints & muscles are tight and/or restricted

  • How these restrictions are affecting your movement quality

Muscular Fitness Assessment

Our comprehensive muscular fitness assessment includes screens for muscular strength, endurance, and movement symmetry. In other words, we see what you got! While this does require some effort, it is not a fully exhaustive experience and prospective clients are free to stop testing at their discretion. We never push clients past what is professionally reasonable based on their individual history.

What do we learn?

  • Invaluable baseline fitness data to compare to in the future

  • Your personal strengths and weaknesses

  • Muscular symmetry issues

Core Exercise

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