ExerciseWell Assessments

Why have an ExerciseWell Assessment?

Our ExerciseWell assessments helps identify potential issues before they become more serious health concerns. They also give us the necessary information needed to write you a personalised exercise and wellness programme. 

It is essential to have an initial assessment before joining one of our memberships. However, you do not need to become a member to have an assessment with us. 

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After your assessment, you will receive an individual summary report of your results, a personalised exercise and wellness plan. You can then join one of our monitored exercise training and wellness coaching memberships. We will write you a personalised exercise and wellness plan based off your assessment results, and your current health needs and goals. 

We also offer follow-up assessments after 3, 6 or 12 months to track your progress and monitor health changes overtime. 

Comprehensive Health Assessment

This is the assessment you will complete if you would like to join one of our memberships.

  • Resting health measures - blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen saturation, blood sugar reading, cholesterol

  • Lung function testing

  • Body measurements - waist:hip ratio, body fat %, girth measurements 

  • Assessment of exercise risk factors

  • Lifestyle discussion - nutrition, sleep, stress 

  • Strength and balance testing

  • Resting ECG (heart rhythm)

  • Cardiovascular exercise test – with ECG monitoring to measure heart health and fitness


Custom Assessment

We can customise the assessment process to suit your particular health concerns and goals. 

Safety Assessment

This assessment is for those who want to assess their safety before starting an exercise plan.

  • Blood pressure

  • Resting heart rate

  • Oxygen saturation

  • Blood sugar reading

  • Risk factor assessment

  • Resting and exercise ECG (heart rhythm monitoring)


Muscle & Joint Pain Assessment

This assessment is for people who have chronic or recurring pain and injury.

  • Injury history discussion

  • Pain assessment & education

  • Movement pattern analysis

  • Strength testing

  • Diagnosis of injury