Fitness & Health Assessment.

It is well known that physical activity has many important health benefits including increased longevity, quality of life and improved mental wellbeing (1). Knowing your current health and fitness level will allow you to determine what is required and how to improve.

Once we identify your current health status we are better able to design and implement a physical activity programme in a safe and effective way that will maximise your health benefits.

(1) Kodama S, Saito K, Tanaka S, Maki M, Yachi Y, Asumi M, et al.. Cardiorespiratory fitness as a quantitative predictor of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular events in healthy men and women: a meta-analysis. JAMA. 2009; 301:2024–2035

Our Fitness & Health Packages

Basic consultation determining coronary artery disease risk factor assessment.

 

Test items include:

  • Total cholesterol, HDL, triglycerides and blood glucose (HbA1c)

  • Blood pressure

  • Anthropometric measures of height and weight (BMI), and waist circumference)

Exercise consultation with basic health and fitness assessment, programme design and delivery.

 

Test items include:

  • Blood pressure

  • Anthropometric measures of height and weight (BMI), and waist circumference)

  • Graded exercise test

  • Programme design and delivery

A detailed analysis of coronary artery disease risk factor assessment.

Test items include:

  • Total cholesterol, HDL, triglycerides and blood glucose (HbA1c)

  • Blood pressure

  • Anthropometric measures of height and weight (BMI), and waist circumference)

  • DXA bone density and body composition analysis

  • Graded exercise test to estimate aerobic fitness and exercise intensity

 

Additional training programme design and delivery is optional (additional $550)

Contact Us

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Email:

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Active Kids Enquiries

Phone:

Email:

(852) 3910-2612

csehealth@hku.hk

HKU B-Active, 1/F Novum Place

460 Queen's Road West

Shek Tong Tsui, Hong Kong

(852) 2872-1204 / 2872-1205 

activecse@hku.hk

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