Blogs about Fitness Assessment

Tuesday, January 09, 2018 • Albuquerque, NM 87107
Dramatic Wellness with Megan Merchant
 Lying comfortably in bed and pondering “What dreams may come?” Or has a very busy day amped-up your mind?  It may surprise you that the #1 area of your wellness to address first is NOT food.  It is NOT activity.  It is… SWEET RECOVERY.
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 • Denver, CO 80222
My Observations and Thoughts
 Train Your Body Not Your Ego!by Bill Ross One of the biggest mistakes that is made in the fitness world is lifting to impress the ego, rather than lifting for health and wellness. What I am talking about is trying to lift weight that is completely too heavy, as well as, trying to perform cardio like they are 18 again. 
Saturday, September 30, 2017 • Portland, OR 97229-9195
Jacqueline's Blog
 I have incorporated the Senior Fitness Test as a functional fitness assessment with many of my personal training clients and class participants. Most people do not like to get tested, however most like to stay independent.
Monday, August 15, 2016 • Hamden, CT 06518
Dave Parise's CPT FPTA MES
We have recently seen an immense increase in profitability of the fitness industry. This also means that there is an attractive prospect in terms of jobs and businesses in the industry.
Friday, May 06, 2016 • Oshawa, ON L1H 2P9, CA
Darcy Broadbent's Blog
It’s often the case that when people start a fitness program they go all out and end up doing exercises or programs that are well above where they really should be starting. This can lead to frustration but worse yet, it can lead to injury. Finding out your proper starting fitness level is the first step to engaging in an appropriate program. There are a couple tests that trainers will use to determine this for you. 
Tuesday, May 03, 2016 • albany, NY 12204
Jeff Miller's Blog
This is part of a series of posts I've written about the simple tests a TPI pro can do with you to identify your golf strengths and weaknesses.  This test is designed to find any limitations in your shoulder mobility, and it's call the 90/90. Here's how to do it: