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Performance and Fitness Test

The first step of successful training is based on the current fitness and health status. This is the first prerequisite for developing a functioning, injury-free training plan based on the data obtained.

All test will be integrated in a training plan to reach the max. performance of your body. Regularly check-ups (every 6-12 month) will show us the increasing success. 

VO2 max Test

VO2 max is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption measured during incremental exercise; that is, exercise of increasing intensity.

Conconi Test

The Conconi Test is a sports medicine test intended to measure an individual's maximum anaerobic and aerobic threshold heart rates. The test measures a person's heart rates at different loads (e.g. faster speeds on a treadmill).

Spirometry Test

Spirometry (spy-ROM-uh-tree) is a common office test used to assess how well your lungs work by measuring how much air you inhale, how much you exhale and how quickly you exhale. 

Heart Rate Variability Test (HRV-Analysis)

Heart rate variability increases during relaxing and recovering activities and decreases during stress. Accordingly, HRV is typically higher when the heart is beating slowly and decreases as the heart beats more quickly. In other words, heart rate and HRV have a generally inverse relationship. The method shows the stress moments in body and is the base of a professional performance training.

Blood Test

The special blood test shows us the real body and health condition and gives us the status of all necessary values, like Blood cells, vitamins, minerals, …

Lactate Test

The lactate threshold is the maximal effort or intensity that an athlete can maintain for an extended period of time with little or no increase in lactate in the blood. It is an effort or intennsity and not a specific lactate level.  We use it temporarly to measure the exact poit from aerobe to anerobe phase.