Assessment & Performance

Canyon Ranch exercise professionals are among the best in the world, and they can be invaluable in helping you establish or refine a customized exercise routine – no matter what your current fitness level. Book a consultation to get your exercise questions answered by true experts.
Note: Dress for exercise, including footwear.

“What should I do?”
Our graduate-trained exercise physiologists are knowledgeable in the science of exercise and can assess your preferences, health history, goals and needs and design a program just for you.

“Am I doing this right?”
Our highly trained and certified personal trainers can work through your program with coaching and demonstration, so you can experience each movement and exercise to take home.

Discover Your Fitness Age

How old you are and how old you feel may be two different things. Your physiological age is an indication of how well your body is holding up with the passage of time. You’ll benefit from knowing your fitness age by implementing a personalized plan to prevent premature aging.

Part I – An exercise physiologist will administer the following tests: 50 minutes.

  • Body composition to assess lean muscle mass
  • Submaximal treadmill test to determine aerobic capacity
  • Muscle strength and power testing, including upper and lower body
  • Evaluation of balance
  • Reaction time testing

Part II – An exercise physiologist reviews your test results and designs an individual fitness plan to improve your fitness age. 50 minutes.

  • $390 for Parts I and II
Metabolic Exercise Assessment

Discover your aerobic fitness level (VO2 max) and learn how many calories you really burn when you work out. This service is recommended for people who want to change body composition, learn the most effective way to burn body fat, determine aerobic threshold, increase stamina and fitness or improve sports performance.

Part I – An exercise physiologist administers a submaximal exercise test while you exercise on your choice of cardiovascular exercise equipment: elliptical trainer, rowing machine, stationary bike or treadmill. 50 minutes.
Note: This test cannot be performed in a pool.

Part II – After analyzing the data, your exercise physiologist will explain your results and design an exercise program to maximize your workout and enhance your training program.
50 minutes.

  • $390 for Parts I and II
Agility & Balance Evaluation & Training

Good balance and agility are essential to fitness and safety. Whether you want to improve athletic performance, prevent falls or would simply like to move with sureness and grace, our experts can help. An exercise physiologist will evaluate your balance and agility and design a take-home plan.

  • $155 for 50 minutes
Healthy Flexibility

Work directly with an exercise physiologist who will identify your specific needs and develop a customized stretching program to improve your posture, mitigate injuries, enhance freedom of movement or improve functionality.

  • $155 for 50 minutes