The Lab
Where Science meets Fitness
Your Fitness plan should be as unique as your biology
Hyper-Personalized Nutrition Programming
Discover your Limitations...
And break through them.

1. Know Your Exact Numbers

We can tell how many calories you are burning while you are resting or working. No more guessing. You have a unique metabolism so why shouldn't you have a unique plan.

2. Discover Your Personal Fitness Zones

See where you burn the most fat and what this means for your fat loss goals. Construct a peronalized fitness plan to bust through your training plateaus.

3. Get A Personalized Meal Plan

One of our Registered Dieticians will provide you with a fully customized 30 day meal plan catered to any style of eating. Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian, even intermittent Fasting. Halal or Kosher... No problem. Our AI app will even help you shop for your groceries on Amazon.

4. Real-Time Adjustments

Your life changes from day to day, so why are you eating the same everyday? Ever plan to workout but couldn't make it to the gym? With our AI technology, your meal plan will automatically adjust based on your caloric output.

Measure Up Your Health
Get a customized health report to see where your excelling and where you are lacking. With this report we will discover limitations in your structure and/or functionality. From there we can make custom recommendations to your training based on your evaluation.
Metabolic Reports
What We Measure
CARDIO FITNESS
This metric describes how well conditioned the heart is and if it poses a limitation to the ability to workout. The value of this metric is based upon your VO2peak as well as the trendline of the amount of oxygen your heart pumps into your body per heart beat (VO2/HR) as intensity increases. A low VO2peak in combination with a flattening of VO2/HR early on during the exercise will reduce the score of this metric. Sedentary lifestyle and lack of cardiovascular exercise or excessive weight training will lower the score of this metric. HIIT and Cardio training will improve it.
RESPIRATORY FITNESS
This metric describes how well conditioned the lungs are and if they pose a limitation to the ability to workout. The value of this metric is based upon your VO2peak as well as the trendline of the amount of oxygen your lungs pump into your body per breathing cycle (VO2/BF) as intensity increases. A low VO2peak in combination with a flattening of VO2/BF early on during the exercise will reduce the score of this metric. Sedentary lifestyle and lack of cardiovascular exercise or excessive weight training will lower the score of this metric. HIIT and Cardio training will improve it.
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BREATHING & COGNITION
This metric shows the extent to which your breathing is affecting the ability to think and react rapidly. A high breathing frequency at the onset of exercise in combination with low CO2 levels during exhalation are a sign of hyperventilation which negatively impacts oxygen delivery to the brain and therefore the ability to think and react rapidly. More than 10% of people chronically hyperventilate without knowing it and are reducing their cognitive capacity through incorrect breathing. Breathing exercises at rest and during exercise are the most effective way to improve the score of this metric.
BREATHING & MOBILITY
This metric describes the extent to which breathing affects strength, posture, and the likelihood of developing mobility problems. A high breathing frequency at the onset of exercise in combination with low CO2 levels during exhalation are a sign of hyperventilation. Apart from impacting cognitive capacity, hyperventilation also causes loss of abdominal pressure which leads to loss of support in the lower back. Hyperventilation is the strongest predictor of myoskeletal problems such as lower back pain. Breathing training during exercise and resting conditions is the most effective method to improve the score of this metric.
TYPE I & II MUSCLE COMPOSITION
This metric provides an estimate of the balance between Type I & II muscle fibers in the body. The value of this metric is based on mechanical efficiency recorded during the initial stages of the protocol. Type I muscle fibers, AKA slow twitch fibers, are the types of muscles utilized during continuous activities like running or walking. They utilize fat as the primary fuel source and are energetically efficient meaning they utilize less calories when producing a given amount of movement. Type II muscle fibers, AKA fast twitch fibers, are the types of muscles utilized during explosive activities like weightlifting or HIIT training. They utilize carbs as the primary fuel source and are energetically inefficient meaning they utilize more calories when producing a given amount of movement.
FAT BURNING EFFICIENCY
This metric is a measure of the mitochondrias’ ability to utilize oxygen and burn fat as a fuel source. Fat burning efficiency is highly correlated with cellular health. The value of this metric is based on the heart rate at which you attain the crossover point in relationship with the maximum and starting heart rate during the test. Sedentary lifestyle and lack of cardiovascular exercise or excessive weight training will lower the score of this metric. Low to medium intensity cardio training in zones 2 and 3 will help you improve it.
METABOLIC EFFICIENCY
This metric is a gauge of caloric burn during movement and whether one is burning more or less calories than the average person of the same age, gender, and weight. This metric does not provide an indication of how high or low resting metabolic rate is. The value of this metric is based on mechanical efficiency recorded during the initial stages of the protocol. Caloric restriction, chronic dieting and excessive cardio training are among the most common factors that reduce the value of this metric. Strength training in combination with refeeding cycles will improve the score of this metric.
AEROBIC HEALTH
This metric is a gauge of the ability to workout at high exercise intensities, which helps burn more calories. Aerobic health is also a strong indicator of overall health and the likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease. The value of this metric is based on VO2peak. Sedentary lifestyle and lack of cardiovascular exercise or excessive weight training will lower this score. HIIT and Cardio training will improve the score of this metric.
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