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VO2max testing for exercise professionals using fit.test. You are an exercise professional, but do you have mastery over aerobic fitness testing and programming for your clients? If not or you are not sure, then fit.test (https://myfittest.com.au/) will provide you with some simple, powerful and easy...

There are literally hundreds of aerobic fitness tests available. I had the same problem and decided to develop fit.test for my own practice that solved alot of problems. fit.test uses a SINGLE GENERIC APPROACH that builds in all of the following benefits: test protocols that...

fit.test provides a better method than the Bruce protocol for VO2max testing on a treadmill. fit.test will empower you as an exercise professional to provide a premium service for your clients in aerobic fitness testing (VO2max) on a treadmill. Hi, I'm Steve Selig, PhD, the...

Aerobic fitness (VO2max) is more than about fitness: it is about health too. VO2max is the maximum amount of oxygen that your body can use per minute and is the main measure of aerobic fitness. VO2max is also a very important measure of health, especially...

fit.test provides exercise professionals with a powerful tool to track changes in VO2max over time. The data is reliable, valid and individualised and provides easy to use and interpret reports. ...

Olivia, we're going to do a personalized exercise test on the cycle ergometers, we're not using look up tables or published protocols. This is a test designed specifically for you, so we're going to start at a level you can start easily. Now we're going...

fit.test provides for an individualised STEP test to estimate VO2max. Exercise professionals can vary the step height (higher for fitter and taller individuals), is multi-stage and does not rely on the faulty heart rate recovery methods of the well known step tests. ...

How exercise professionals can use the 2020 ESC guidelines part 4: arrhythmias including atrial fibrillation and atrial and ventricular tachycardias, long QT and Brugada syndrome; implantable cardioverter defibrillators In part four of my summary of the 2020 European Society of cardiology guidelines for exercise professionals, I’ve...

Aortic stenosis for exercise professionals: estimating safe systolic blood pressures before and during exercise In the fourth part of my series on aortic stenosis for exercise professionals, I have provided a simple table that will guide you in how to work with clients with aortic stenosis...

Atrial fibrillation and exercise: what some of the literature says This post is on the topic of exercise and atrial fibrillation (AF) directed for exercise professionals and I’ll be talking about what some of the literature concerning causes and triggers of AF, including in response to...

Atrio-ventricular nodal (AVN) blocks for exercise professionals: part 2: categories of AVN blocks and indications and contraindications for exercise, continued; case study 2 In the second of my two part series on atrioventricular nodal blocks (AVN blocks) for exercise professionals, I have continued to summarise the...

Atrial septal defect (ASD) and patent foramen ovale (PFO) sometimes cause hypoxia and can even cause a stroke: using a haemodynamic approach to understand the physiology and its implications for exercise The topic of this blog is on atrial septal defects (ASD) and patent foramen ovale...