Vitality Assessment is an innovative physical exam which is dynamic and functional. The value of this evaluation is that it provides results in multiple categories of: cardiovascular, pulmonary, mobility, muscle fitness and body composition. As the client is guided through this interactive examination, results are scientifically calculated into the client’s health/physiologic/performance "age." We term this: “Vitality Age”. Vitality Ages range from 20 (best) to 80 (worst). The difference of one’s chronological age vs the vitality age is the key. If the vitality age is older than the chronological age, the client is prematurely aging. Vitality Age results can be used to: prompt medical test, diagnosis and treatment; start lifestyle modification such as a better diet and smoking cessation; and guide more focused training, such as pulmonary training. Repeat testing in 6-12 months should reveal improvement by a younger vitality age thus adding vitality years to the clients life via the above measures. This assessment offers valuable unprecedented information to both elite athletes and/or patients with multiple medical conditions.
Myometrics™ training uses synchrony of our newly engineered training techniques and modalities in combination with more traditional training to yield stronger myofascial units and joints (i.e. muscles, fascia, tendons and ligaments) with more endurance, flexibility and balance. Additionally, myometric training reduces “overtraining” which is a leading cause of poor athletic performance and injury. Injury prevention is a key focus. Our health and performance training and camps are built upon the myometric philosophy.
Pulmax™ and Airobics™ are VitalityPro's innovative pulmanary training systems. Our testing of many elite athletes revealed a categorical pulmonary weakness as compared to their cardiovascular and other fitness indices. Both Pulmax™ and Airobics™ have statistically improved the pulmonary fitness of athletes and nonathletes.
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