Diagnostic

The diagnostic of the musculoskeletal system and the cardiovascular system is frequently done. This is necessary in order to determine your current condition. Based on these data’s your individual training program will be designed and training progress can be objectively determined.

  • Individual movement analysis

During the movement analysis your mobility and stability during movement will be determined. Possible muscular imbalances or asymmetries will be detected and corrected during the training sessions. In contrast to the strength diagnostic in the movement analysis no single muscles or muscle groups are tested but whole body movement patterns. If simple movements (e.g. deep squat or push up) cannot be done without restrictions the body will compensate in order to fulfill the movement.  A strength training without a proper movement analysis in advance may lead to physical problems such as muscle tightness or even pain. Therefore the aim of the movement analysis is to determine the weakest link in different movement patterns (e.g. deep squat or push up) and to improve this link so that complex movements can be done without limitations.

  • Strength diagnostic

The strength diagnostic is built upon the movement analysis. Basic muscular strengths and weaknesses will be determined. Depending on your training goal (e.g. weight loss or building muscles) the volume and intensity of your training program will be set. A continuous checkup of the strength parameters guarantees an optimal adjustment of your training program so that you achieve your training goals as efficient and fast as possible.

  • Endurance diagnostic

The function of your cardiovascular system will be determined.