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Effective fitness evaluations

Effective fitness evaluations are both safe and thorough.  They help assess your health and physical readiness for testing, inform you of the risks involved, measure your fitness level using simple standardized tests and provide clear consistent results.

In addition to being safe and thorough, your personal fitness evaluation program should satisfy several important objectives.

  • Help determine your current fitness level
  • Isolate where your fitness program is working and where it is not
  • Allow you to evaluate yourself objectively using standard repeatable measurements
  • Provide consistent reliable feedback on your fitness improvements
  • Suggest how to perform tests in the proper order to maximize results
  • Be tailored to meet your specific fitness needs
  • Provide clear concise feedback with achievable goals for your next evaluation

Fitness evaluation measurements

Fitness evaluation measurements are typically divided into distinct categories to make performing assessments more systematic.  These categories are often referred to as screening levels.

  • Level I screening confirms your current medical condition - Includes measurements such as resting heart rate, blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Level II screening clears you to conduct physical fitness testing - Includes measurements such as the 3-minute step test.
  • Level III screening includes a battery of tests designed to measure your fitness level across a variety of physical capabilities - Includes measurements such as VO2 MAX, flexibility and 1-minute maximum pushups.

QuickCheckup Fitness Evaluation Tool promotes this three-tiered approach to conducting health assessments by providing 30 unique measurement inputs divided appropriately across all three screening levels.  It is highly recommended you include all Level I and Level II screening measurements as a minimum in each health assessment performed.

Develop a personalized fitness evaluation program

It is important to accurately determine your fitness level and analyze those factors influencing total well being.  Total well being translates into the manifestation of positive behaviors and the practice of good health habits.

QuickCheckup Fitness Evaluation Tool includes many options for developing your own personalized health assessment program.  Key factors to consider are safety, availability of equipment and facilities, selecting measurements that best suit your needs and the ability to track your improvements over time.

Here is an easy approach for using QuickCheckup Fitness Evaluation Tool to accomplish your fitness evaluation objectives:

  • Discuss using this product with your doctor or certified fitness professional if you have questions
  • Gather information pertaining to your past and current medical condition
  • Use the built-in educational features and fitness evaluation samples to familiarize yourself with this product
  • Conduct your health assessments using one of the two available evaluation methods
  • Use your results to set achievable goals for your next health assessment
  • Make adjusts your fitness program if necessary
  • Re-evaluate your fitness level every 2-3 months or on a schedule appropriate to your needs
  • Review your fitness evaluation history information and project future performance trends

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