Strength training is a great extension to the BodyAge system for lowering the body age with a detailed workout routine.
Step 1: Fitness assessment
The Fitness assessment gives an extensive description of club member’s current condition including the three main physiological areas of strength, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility and also the assessment of body composition and blood pressure. This information works as an excellent basis for the strength training program.
Step 2: Strength training program
With Strength training you can easily design a personalized workout including sets, reps, and starting weights, or either choose exercises from our extensive library. This extension helps create a personal strength training program that is unique to every club member, based on their individual fitness and personal objectives of gaining more strength and muscle mass. All of this information can be quickly and easily transferred to the club member’s Polar FT80 using the Polar FlowLink data transfer unit.
Step 3: Follow-up
After a few weeks of training, the club member comes back to download their training files from a Polar training computer into the BodyAge system. In this reassessment, the club member gets a progress report and additional instructions for continuing the training for another BodyAge test. This will keep club members motivated and keep them coming back to your club.