Cardiorespiratory Fitness (CRF) sheds light on how well you can perform in a variety of physical activities and how well you are able to burn the calories you consume. CRF is related to weight management, functional capacity, human performance, and metabolic efficiency, and is the strongest predictor of all-cause and disease-specific mortality.
The RLP Clinical Fitness Assessment, with Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Jody Miller, includes two 30-minute sessions during your week at the Ranch, and one 30 minute session virtually as a follow up to your Ranch visit.
During session one, Body Composition and Aerobic Capacity are assessed.
Body Composition is assessed using the skinfold caliper method with measures taken at several sites on the body (thigh, triceps, subscapular, supra-iliac and abdomen).
Aerobic Capacity (METS) is assessed using a sub-maximal cycling protocol. Guests ride a Schwinn AirDyne to a predetermined target heart rate. Heart rate and blood pressure are monitored.
During session two, a summary of your results and personalized nutrition and exercise recommendations will be provided.
During session three, coaching and support follow up is offered.
Appointment availability and Sign-ups for your Clinical Fitness Assessment can be found in the Main Lounge… or contact Concierge to connect with Jody Miller directly.
Clinical Fitness Assessment package – $397.00 *plus tax
Jody Miller, Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist will provide both the Assessment and Coaching Follow up. Jody works with women and men of all ages to help them achieve weight loss and fitness goals, ultimately reducing the risk of chronic disease. Jody’s specialty is behavior change and sustainable life-long, non-diet approaches addressing an array of health concerns including but not limited to Hypertension, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Chronic Pain, Pregnancy, Infertility, Menopause, Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis and Osteoporosis.
Jody is a member of and received the Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist credential from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). She is a member of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Association (CEPA), IDEA Health and Fitness Association, and has received the Exercise is Medicine EIMä designation