Conducting Client Assessments
To Assess a client, navigate to the Client page and click on the name of the client who you wish to assess or click on the assessment icon.
You will be directed to the client file.
Select "Add Assessment".
Select any assessment from the drop down menu and enter the details. You can perform multiple assessments for each client quickly and easily, by clicking "Submit" and then clicking "Add Assessment" again.
(Note: For an explanation of the types of assessments we have used, see "Assessment Types" below. Clients are able to view all of their assessment results automatically on their profile)
Monitoring Client Performance
There are two ways a client or trainer can monitor client performance.
The first is to view assessment results over time. To track client results, navigate to the relevant client file and select the assessment type to see a summary of their performance.
(Note: Clients are able to view all of their assessment results automatically on their profile).
The second option to by take progress photos. These are available in the client file. You can give each progress photo a title and description and add more photos by selecting "Add Photos".
Accessing Client Data
To access Client Data, navigate to the relevant client file and select the assessment type to see a summary of their performance.
We employ the following assessment procedures for each assessment:
Arms, Chest, Calves, Waist, Hip, Thigh: Measurements in cm
Body weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared or
BMI = x / (y * y )
x=bodyweight in KG
y=height in m
Body Fat: Calculated by taking Waist, Hip and Neck measurements and then submitting into the following formulas.
The Body Fat % for Men is calculated through the formula = 495/(1.0324-0.19077(LOG(waist-neck))+0.15456(LOG(height)))-450
Body Fat % for women is calculated through the formula = 495/(1.29579-0.35004(LOG(waist+hip-neck))+0.22100(LOG(height)))-450
Endurance: 3min Step Test
Power: Vertical Jump (cm)
Speed/Agility: 5m x 10 sprint for time
Flexibility: Sit n Reach test
If you have another assessment tool that you would like to use or suggest, contact us here.
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