Comprehensive Fitness Assessment

A student meets with a Health Promotion team member to discuss their fitness goals.

This comprehensive fitness assessment, available to students, faculty, staff and their spouses, will help to determine your current level of fitness.

A series of resting and exercising assessments will help establish baseline measurements that can then be used to set goals, monitor performance, and assess progress throughout your exercise program. Following your assessment, you will receive a computerized, age-adjusted fitness profile displaying your results. Based on these results, a SPARTANfit staff member will work with you to establish a tailored 3-month goal-oriented fitness and wellness plan.

For more information or to schedule a fitness assessment, please email SPARTANfit at

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The following assessments are administered:

Resting Assessments

  • Heart Rate
  • Blood Pressure
  • Height and Body Weight
  • Body Composition Analysis (utilizing bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) or skinfold measurements)

Exercising Assessments

  • Cardiorespiratory Fitness (utilizing a computerized bicycle ergometer)
  • Muscular Strength
  • Muscular Endurance
  • Flexibility

Cost  (Per Individual)

Student/Student Spouse:

Initial Assessment: $20
Follow-Up: $10

Faculty/Staff and Spouse: 

Initial Assessment: $40
Follow-Up: $20

For more information or to schedule a fitness assessment, please email SPARTANfit at

Email SPARTANfit




Here's what past participants had to say about their fitness assessment experience:

  • 97% of participants said the assessment was of value and benefit to their personal health, fitness and wellness.
  • 94% of participants said the assessment encouraged them to start working towards developing a healthy lifestyle habit(s). 


This is an excellent program for anyone wanting to increase their fitness level. Program staff take time to listen to your personal goals, affirm your progress and help you set achievable goals for your fitness journey. Plus, it's fun!

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