Athlete Baseline 

How do you know if you are progressing or not? 

Athletes around the world do their due diligence. They check their baseline. Work hard. And in time set themselves a new baseline.

But they don't just measure their reps or the weight. They measure their entire baseline.


What's in your entire baseline?

Here is the breakdown:

  1. Your current numbers: Reps, weight amount, time
  2. Your goal numbers: Reps, weight amount, time
  3. Vital signs: heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, height and weight
  4. Special Testing: BMI, Body Fat Percentage, Visceral Fat Percentage, Skeletal Muscle, Resting Metabolism, Nerve System
  5. Additional Testing: Omega-3 and Vitamin D

A Starting baseline would be:

  1. Your current numbers: Reps, weight amount, time
  2. Your goal numbers: Reps, weight amount, time
  3. Vital signs: heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, height and weight
  4. Special Testing: BMI, Body Fat Percentage, Visceral Fat Percentage, Skeletal Muscle, Resting Metabolism, 

Get Tested

Be a true athlete and get your baseline set! Schedule an initial testing here at The Specific Chiropractic Center.

We have partnered with certain Crossfit Locations and Gyms to provide Starting Baselines for only $29! See below for the times and locations. 

Locations:


Vitals

Heart Rate

Blood Pressure

Respiration Rate

Height + Weight


Special Testing

BMI: BMI is a number calculated from your weight and height. Although it does not measure fat directly (like body fat %), it can be used as a screening tool to identify possible health concerns.

Body Fat Percentage: While having too much fat may be unhealthy, having too little can be just as unhealthy. Tracking your body fat % lets you know you're losing the "right" weight.

Visceral Fat Percentage: Visceral fat is found in the abdomen surrounding your vital organs. Since it's not visible to the eye, it can go undetected. Excess of visceral fat may lead to high cholesterol, heart disease and type 2 diabetes. 

Skeletal Muscle %: The more skeletal muscle you have, the more calories your body will burn because muscle burns 22% of all calories. Skeletal muscle is important to prevent rebound weight gain and maintaining strength. 

Resting Metabolism: A minimum level of caloric intake is required to sustain your body's everyday functions. Knowing your resting metabolism will help you properly plan your diet according to your weight loss or maintenance needs.

Nerve System: Your muscles, your ability to coordinate movement, and every other function in your body relies on a well-working nervous system. Strength and fine m


Labs

Vitamin D Levels

Omega-3 Levels