PERFORAMANCE ASSESSMENT

INSIGHTS TO DRIVE YOUR WORKOUT

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Body Composition and Your Health

Your InBody results show you exactly what you’re made of.

The InBody shows you where you are now and tracks your progress as you achieve your goals.

Your body composition results help our performance specialists better understand your starting point; when we are able to see beneath the surface, we can design your training program to improve your health as we optimize your human performance.

Four Key InBody Analyses

Percent Body Fat

Percent body fat (PBF) is the percent of your total body mass that is fat. Optimal ranges for PBF vary by gender and age. Your performance specialist can help you determine your optimal PBF.

Visceral Fat

Visceral Fat is the deep fat surrounding your abdominal organs. The more visceral fat you have, the higher your risk for major diseases including diabetes, stroke, cancer, and heart disease.

Body Fat Mass

Body fat mass (BFM) is the total amount of fat in your body, in pounds. The more BFM you have in relation to your weight, the higher your PBF.

Skeletal Muscle Mass

Skeletal muscle mass (SMM) is the total amount of muscle in your body, in pounds. Your PBF decreases when your BFM goes down and your SMM goes up.

NO MORE WASTING TIME GUESSING WHAT EXERCISES WORK FOR YOU

Functional Movement Screen

Your Performance Assessment is customized based on your Lifestyle & Goals Questionnaire, and may include some or all of the following 7 movement patterns:

1. Deep Squat

OBJECTIVE: Overall assessment of every joints ability to work in unison. Evaluates mobility in the ankles and knees, stability in the core, trunk, and shoulders, and both mobility and stability in the hips.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: Higher scores indicate good overall mobility and stability in a total body movement skill. A lower score shows increased risk for injury due to immobility or instability at any joint and a recommendation to correct the pattern.

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2. Hurdle Step

OBJECTIVE: A single leg assessment that evaluates balance, hip stability and mobility, as well as trunk stability. Also an indicator of gait mechanics on both a walking and running stride, as well as the ability to perform separate tasks from left to right.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: Higher scores indicated good balance and ability to move dynamically from a single leg stance. It also shows good core stability and control. A lower score, or a difference in scoring from leg to leg is a risk factor for lower extremity and lower back injuries.

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3. In-Line Lunge

OBJECTIVE: A single side assessment that evaluates shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle mobility as well as rotational core stability. The in-line lunge assessment is also an indicator of the body’s ability to decelerate with control and change directions during athletic movements.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: A high score indicates good motor control, balance, shoulder mobility, core stability, and lower extremity mobility. A low score, or a difference in scoring from side to side, uncovers risk factors for upper and lower back, and lower extremity injuries.

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4. Shoulder Mobility

OBJECTIVE: Assesses overall mobility in the shoulder joint and thoracic spine, as well as stability in the lumbar spine.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: A low score represents immobility at the shoulder joint, an assymmetry in function from right to left, or poor posture of the upper spine.

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5. Active Straight Leg Raise

OBJECTIVE: Assesses hip mobility, core stability, and flexibility of the hamstrings and calves. Evaluates the body’s ability to separate motion from left to right.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: A low score can indicate poor pelvic and core control, and inadequate mobility of the hip or flexibility of the hamstrings. A high score indicates the opposite.

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6. Trunk Stability Pushup

OBJECTIVE: A “push-up” that is used not to evaluate upper body strength, but the core’s ability to stabilize the lumbar spine from either rotating during the motion, or extending.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: A low score represents the core’s inability to stabilize the lumbar spine during dynamic movement. This could lead to a higher propensity to lower back injury while exercising. A high score indicates above average core engagement and lumbar spine stability.

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7. Rotary Stability

OBJECTIVE: Assesses multi-plane pelvis, core, and shoulder stability during a combined upper and lower extremity movement.
SCORING: Scored from zero points up to three points. No score means that pain was felt during the movement. A score of one indicates that the movement was not completed to the range of motion required to assess the movement. A two shows that the full range of motion was displayed, but some imbalances were noted. A three indicates a flawless score.
INDICATION: A low score can indicate poor stabilization of the trunk and core, compromised scapular and hip stability, or limited hip and knee mobility.

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