FitQuest results

Case study:
John Williams, 41 years old

John is a keen hill walker has just joined his local gym to try and improve his fitness and loose a little weight in the process.

John's first FitQuest session results are promising, indicating he has average fitness for his age with an FQ Index score of 101, but we can see where there is some room for improvement.

The FitQuest measurements support John's claims as a keen walker. His lower body endurance is his best result, followed closely by lower body strength, balance and cardiovascular fitness.

From the results, we can see that John's focus areas (to help improve his fitness) could concentrate around his upper body strength and endurance. Also, John's explosive power and speed ability falls below the average and may require attention.

    100 is age/gender average

  • Lower body endurance
  • Balance
  • Lower body strength
  • Cardiovascular fitness
  • Explosive leg power
  • Upper body strength
  • Upper body endurance
  • Speed ability

  • FQ index
Upper Body Strength Icon

Upper body strength

This result is calculated from the Press ups task.

Upper Body Endurance Icon

Upper body endurance

This result is calculated during the Press ups task.

Lower Body Strength Icon

Lower body strength

This result is calculated from data collected during the Jump and Step tasks.

Explosive Leg Power

Explosive leg power

This result is calculated from the Jump task.

Speed Ability Icon

Leg speed ability

This result is calculated from the Step task.

Lower Body Endurance Icon

Lower body endurance

This result is calculated from the Step task.

Motor Sensory Control Icon

Motor sensory control

This result is recorded and calculated from the Balance task.

Cardiovascular Fitness Icon

Cardiovascular fitness

This result is calculated from the Recovery task.

Weight Icon

Body weight (optional)

This result can be gained during the Recovery task.

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