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Fitness Assessment

Comprehensive Fitness Assessment   

Schedule a free Fitness Assessment with one of our Certified Personal Trainers! Whether you are just starting your fitness journey or are a gym warrior, knowing your baseline is a great way to keep track of your progress and set goals for yourself. 
    
A comprehensive fitness assessment is approximately 60 minutes in duration and includes resting heart rate and blood pressure, body fat composition, weight, girth measurements in addition to cardio, strength, and flexibility testing. You and the trainer will then discuss your health and fitness goals and basic nutritional information. 
    
To schedule a Fitness Assessment, either come into the SRC at the front desk and complete basic medical forms, or click here to complete the paperwork and bring them with you to the Rec Center. Front desk staff will verify all required paperwork is included and if additional forms, including a consultation with a medical doctor, are needed. Once all necessary paperwork is complete, a Personal Trainer will be in contact with you to schedule your assessment!  

Fitness assessments are provided for any current WVU student or SRC member only.   

Schedule Fitness Assessment

Brief Fitness Assessment 

Brief assessments using our Tanita Bioelectrical Impedance Scale are also available. This assessment includes basic body composition information including total body weight, body fat percentage, BMI, basal metabolic rate, fat free mass, and total body water levels. 

Brief assessments are available by appointment during our Tanita hours: Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30pm and Fridays from 1:30-3:30pm.

Please contact Kassidy Hays at kassidy.hays@mail.wvu to schedule an appointment.

Blue Fitness Assessment Gold Fitness Assessment
Best for the client that wants to check in with basic body composition benchmarks Best for the client that wants to establish their baseline level of fitness and evaluate continuous progress
  • Spend fifteen minutes with a nationally-accredited personal trainer
  • Use the Tanita Bioelectrical Impedance Scale
  • Learn your basic body composition information including total body weight, body fat percentage, BMI, basal metabolic rate, fat free mass, and total body water levels
  • Spend one hour with a nationally-accredited personal trainer
  • Use the Tanita Bioelectrical Impedance Scale
  • Learn your basic body composition information including total body weight, body fat percentage, BMI, basal metabolic rate, fat free mass, and total body water levels
  • Measure your resting heart rate and blood pressure
  • Test your cardiovascular endurance
  • Test your muscular endurance and strength
  • Test your flexibility
  • Discuss individualized health and fitness goals with your personal trainer
FREE for all WVU students and SRC members $14.99 for all WVU students and SRC members

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