Assess for success
Great news: If you are looking for the right place to stop your nagging injuries, build a bulletproof athletic foundation, and lay the groundwork for years of healthy functional fitness, you are in the right spot.
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Step 2: strength Assessment
Whether you want to do your Strength Assessment with the watchful eye of a CrossFit9 personal trainer, or the convenience of remote coaching, we've got you covered!
We have two assessments we use with our athletes to create a functional diagnosis. Like a doctor uses a medical diagnosis, your functional diagnosis will help your coaches make customizations to your warmups, workouts, and recovery with new layers of helpful information about your body.
Step 1: The Range of Motion (ROM) Assessment
The Range of Motion (shortened to ROM) Assessment tells us about the flexibility and mobility across the major joints of your body. We'll also note any painful spots. This lays the groundwork for your coaches to craft your workouts in a way that is customized to your needs.
This takes less than 15 minutes, and it's super easy. We do ask that you schedule it when you have not yet worked out. We need to know how you feel when you're not warmed up.
Did we mention the ROM Assessment is FREE? Schedule here!
Step 2: The Strength Assessment
Do you know your max Single Arm Farmer Carry? How about your Front Rack Step Up?
And how the heck do the answers help you get out of pain and bust through plateaus, anyways?!
In short, our Strength Assessment uses familiar movements as tests. The results help your coach identify strength imbalances in your body and determine where your biggest opportunities for improvement lie. That means we can turn your programming into a custom-made plan that perfectly fits your needs.
The best part: You have options on how to complete your tests, including:
• One-on-one or small group training
• On your own as homework
• As part of an individual programming plan
You may have heard us call this assessment by different names: Strength Balance, Strength Ratio, etc. They all refer to the tests in our Strength Assessment.
Sound good? Let's get started!
Frequently Asked Questions
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Whether you're unsure if this is a good fit for your needs or you have additional questions, let us know!
You knew it was coming. So here's the fine print.
We're not doctors, and we'll never pretend to be, even on TV.
Assessments and programs issued by our coaches are for athletic performance use. They are not intended to diagnose or treat any specific injuries or conditions. They are not a replacement for the advice and care of a trusted medical practitioner.