Workout Smarter Not Harder

Maximize your efforts at the gym by taking both your RMR test and VO2 Max test. These tests give key information that will steer both your diet and workouts towards your goal.


The RMR test tells you the number of calories your body needs. This test also reveals the percentage of fats and carbs your body uses as fuel. Once you know your caloric number, a diet can be set that includes the right amount of fats, carbs and proteins so that you can reach your weight loss or weight gain goal.



The VO2 Max test tells your training zones based on your heartrate. Knowing what zone to train in is important in regards to your goal. Whether your goal is losing body fat, burning carbs, training for an endurance event or gaining muscle, knowing where your heart rate is during your workout is key.


Make the most of your workouts and get real lasting results by knowing your personal numbers.

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