Physiological and Performance Testing
Regular physiological testing can be the most overlooked tool to structuring any athlete’s plan. These tests give your coach the markers needed to customize a plan based on you. Continued testing ensures that the coach and client are working toward a goal in the proper way. It allows us to systematically improve the athlete's performance over an extended period of time.
In a controlled environment you will be led through several tests that give you and your coach information to train properly, identify weaknesses, monitor progress and predict potential.
Body Composition and BMI
Body composition is analyzed by measuring the ratio of the body's fat mass to its fat-free mass. It even analyzes intra- and extra-cellular water to ensure repeat tests are accurate and don't fluctuate with levels of hydration. It will analyze composition in the trunk and each of the limbs. You will be given a report and you can see where you are gaining muscle and where you are losing body fat. All this data helps you work toward your target weight and body composition.
Pricing: Member $50 | Non-Member $75
The foot is amazing in that it supports us in almost all of our daily activities. Like the tires of a car, feet are often overlooked as we consider physiology, comfort, and performance. In fact, our stability, mobility and sensitivity to our surroundings depend on the 28 bones, 27 muscles, and 33 distinct levels of the articular mobility of the foot. So, when the foot fatigues or hurts, the body is sure to follow.
Keeping your foot comfortable, resistant to strain, and stable are great ways to increase your athletic performance. We will take a custom mold of each foot and have the pros at Podium Footwear build the correct foot bed for your foot, shoe and activity. The team at Podium Footwear has been building orthotics for professional cyclists, tri-athletes and runners for over 15 years. The difference in moving in a custom shoe system brings a whole new pleasure to the activities you love.
(Price dependent on amount of correction and type of activity.)