You are only as old as you feel

The inerTRAIN fitAGE™Assessment is a comprehensive, multi-dimensional tool that will help you track your success as you improve your health and fitness! It correlates your current level of fitness with that of a healthy person at a given age.

Complete the entire assessment at the same time and in the order specified for the best results. Please note: this mini version of our assessment will calculate an estimated fitAGE since it does not include all of the dimensions, so your true fitness level may not be accurately represented. inerTRAIN clients have access to the full assessment and our system will track your progress over time.

To learn more about each test, click on the next to each measurement.

fitAGE™ Assessment


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Push-Up Test

Do as many push-ups as possible in one minute. This test will show your upper body pushing strength.

Begin on your hands and knees, placing your hands on the floor about shoulder-width apart with palms flat. Extend your legs straight while resting on your toes. Make sure your hands are directly under your shoulders and not out to the sides. Keep your body in a straight line from the top of your head to your heels. Bend your elbows and lower your body until your chest touches the floor. Then, push yourself back to starting position. Keep your torso and legs tight; don’t let your hips droop down. As you are going down, lead with your chest and not your head.

If these are too difficult, modify them by doing them off your knees instead of your toes. But, if you do them this way your score will be lower.

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Sit-Up Test

Do as many sit-ups as possible in one minute. This test will show the strength of your abdominals and lower back.

Start by lying on the floor with your knees bent 90 degrees and your feet anchored under something sturdy. Your hands should be over your ears lightly holding your head. Squeeze your stomach, push the small of your back into the floor, and curl up high enough for your elbows to touch your knees. Don’t pull on your neck or head when curling up and roll down your spine as you lower your upper body to the floor.

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Squat Test

Do as many squats as possible in one minute. This test will show your lower body strength.

Stand in front of a chair or bench approximately 17" high with your feet shoulder-width apart and your toes pointed out slightly. Face away from the chair or bench. Squat down and lightly touch the chair with your butt before standing back up. A good-sized chair is one that makes your knees form right angles when you are sitting.

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Sit & Reach

Starting position:

  • Sit on the floor with your back and head against a wall, legs fully extended.
  • Place your hands on top of each other, stretching your arms forward while keeping the head and back against the wall. With your hands touching the floor between your legs.
  • Put the end of the tape measure at the tips of your fingers. This becomes zero or starting point.
  • Slowly bend and reach forward as far as possible, sliding your fingers along the tape.
  • Hold the final position for two seconds.
  • Record the distance reached to the nearest 1/2 of an inch.

Repeat the test 3 times and record the best distance.