Who should obtain a Fitness Assessment?
People of all ages interested in creating/maintaining overall wellness. For example:
- Grandparents eager to stay active with children and grandchildren.
- Jr. and Sr. High School Student Athletes interested in gaining a competitive edge over competitors or perhaps fellow teammates vying for a starting position or scholarship.
- Recreational athletes and individuals eager to climb Mt. Rainier, or other mountains.
- Individuals who want to improve health and fitness, and/or decrease the need of certain medications.
What is a Mountain Time Wellness fitness assessment?
Comprehensive 1 ½ hour, one on one interactive session with Jillene M Lund, PT, OCS, CMP, designed to determine the clients whole body level of physical fitness, one of the key components of wellness. Upon completion of all four phases, Jillene will have thoroughly evaluated & explained to the client; their current baseline level of physical fitness, along with valuable suggestions for further wellness enhancement.
Phase I: ~ 15 Minutes. Subjective Assessment- Gathering client’s input regarding their physical status, emotional well being, and personal wellness.
Phase II: ~ 45 Minutes. Physical Assessment- Objective assessment of client’s blood pressure, height, weight, body fat percentage, posture, walking pattern, core, upper & lower extremity strength and flexibility, balance, and cardiovascular endurance. Assessment focus is individualized according to the client’s personal wellness goals discussed in Phase I.
Phase III: ~ 15 Minutes. Data Analysis- Analysis of assessment data gathered in Phases I & II. Results are detailed in an easy to read data sheet and fitness assessment summary.
Phase IV: ~ 15 Minutes. Consultation - Thorough explanation of phases I – III, data sheet and fitness assessment summary. Written recommendations of additional health services and what components are suggested to enhance the client’s wellness.
How much does a Fitness Assessment cost?
1 1/2 hour Fitness Assessment: $150
Includes: Phases I -IV as described above.
¾ hour Fitness Re-Assessment: $75
Includes: Phases I – IV, with an emphasis on changes since initial Fitness Assessment.
Why choose Jillene to perform your fitness assessment and re-assessments?
Jillene's knowledge base includes seven years of undergraduate and graduate musculoskeletal and neuroanatomy training, four years of undergraduate psychology training with an emphasis in health psychology to promote wellness behavior, and after physical therapy school she has continued her education and passed examinations to be certified as a physical therapy orthopedic specialist and certified Mulligan manual therapy practioner. Her experience includes 7 1/2 years of healing musculoskeletal injuries and empowering individuals towards wellness behaviors. A licensed Physical Therapist is required and best suited to provide an accurate baseline of whole body fitness, to identify physical and functional impairments (such as weakness, decreased flexibility, decreased cardiovascular endurance, balance impairments, etc), to establish measurable personal wellness goals, to create from assessment data a personalized wellness/fitness program, and to evaluate progress towards meeting personal wellness goals. It is especially important to have the knowledge base, skill level, and experience of a physical therapist if you have had a previous injury, and/or have a complicated medical history in order to prevent further injury.