Science for everyone.

Want to improve your general health, transform your body composition, or take your performance to the next level using a data driven approach? We got you.

Applied sport science is not only for professional or olympic athletes. Bring precision to how YOU go about living and training.

Benefits of Testing:

    • Design customized nutrition and training plans
    • Measure your strength, power, balance, symmetry, breathing, HR, body temperature, muscle function and more using lab grade force plates and sensors
    • Track your VO2 max, a key indicator of aerobic fitness and endurance performance
    • Use your thresholds to inform your training and racing strategies
    • Use personalized training zones based on your physiology and fitness level
    • Optimize your training and racing plans to maximize your performance and minimize the risk of injury 
    • Track changes in your fitness and performance over time 
    • Assess the effectiveness of your training plan and make adjustments as needed
    • Set realistic goals for your fitness and performance
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The right test for the right person at the right time.

We are committed to helping our clients use the best testing protocols to answer their key performance related questions.

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Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Test

    • Gain insights into your body’s unique energy needs
    • Optimize your nutrition and fitness plan to match your metabolism
    • Achieve your health and fitness goals faster and more efficiently
    • Understand the impact of age, weight, and other factors on your metabolism
    • Make informed decisions about your daily calorie intake
    • Track changes in your metabolism over time
    • Maximize your weight loss efforts with precision and accuracy
    • Improve your overall health and well-being with a personalized approach to nutrition and fitness
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Spirometry Test

    • Measure your lung capacity and how forcefully you can exhale.
    • Monitor your lung condition and breathing performance.
    • Determine if you are breathing an appropriate amount of air.
    • Identify respiratory limitations holding back your performance.
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Movement, Exercise, and Performance Tests

We use force plates and force gauges to measure strength and power while jumping, hopping, landing, balancing, pulling, pushing, hanging, or gripping with one or both limbs. We will help you do the right test to get the answers and results you need. Discuss these with your PT or coach during your 1-on-1 treatment or coaching sessions.
    • Countermovement Jump

    • Reactive Strength Index

    • Isometric Mid-Thigh Pull

    • Squat Jump

    • Hops

    • Hop and Return 

    • Drop Jump

    • Land and Hold

    • Force-Time Analysis

    • Isometrics

    • Squat Assessment

    • Push Up

    • ASH Test

Our certified practitioners provide all Functional Movement Systems screens, tests, and assessments. Discuss these with your PT or coach during your 1-on-1 treatment or coaching sessions.

• Functional Movement Screens (FMS)

• Y Balance Tests (YBT)

• Fundamental Capacity Screens (FCS)

• Selective Functional Movement Assessments (SFMA)

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We do a wide variety of exercise tests that go by many different names.

    • Graded Exercise Test (GXT)
    • VO2 Max Test
    • Threshold Test
    • Incremental Step Test
    • Ramp Test
    • Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test (CPET)
We have the equipment to measure your speed, power, heart rate, breathing, muscle activity, core body temperature, and more, simultaneously.
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Here are some of our most popular and useful protocols, all of which include a Spirometry Test:

All tests include a report, raw data, and a consult to review the results.



• There is a 5-minute warm up, followed by an increasing workload every 1-2-minutes until exhaustion, followed by a 5-minute recovery.

• Can be performed on a variety of training equipment (e.g., treadmill, bike, rower, assault bike)

• Provides maximum VO2, heart rate, minute ventilation, respiratory frequency, and tidal volume.

• Provides personalized HR, power, or speed training zones, ventilatory thresholds (VT1 and VT2), and workout guidelines.

• Serves as a feedback loop to measure progress over time.

• Helps identify cardiovascular, respiratory, or metabolic limitations needing to be addressed with training and nutrition.

• If you want a VO2 Max Test, this is the protocol we recommend.


• This test is almost exactly the same as the Short Step Test above, except the workload is gradually increased in 3-minute or longer increments until exhaustion.

• If you want the most accurate aerobic threshold (VT1) for dialing Zone 2 training, this is the protocol we recommend.



• Consists of a 4-minute effort phase, followed by 1 minute of complete rest.

• This sequence is repeated at increasing intensities with the 8th pair of efforts at your threshold (e.g., functional threshold power [FTP], speed, or HR).


• Consists of a 5-minute effort phase, followed by 1 minute of complete rest, followed by another 5-minute effort phase at the same intensity, and another 1- minute rest before increasing intensity.

• This sequence is repeated at increasing intensities with the 3rd pair of efforts at or slightly higher than your threshold (e.g., functional threshold power [FTP], speed, or HR).

• There is no need to push this test to failure. When you can’t comfortably maintain the intensity, the test is over.

Don’t waste time guessing what your exercise sessions and training program should be. Let us help you identify the most important things to train, design your training program, and guide you through the process.