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How Fit Are You Really? Take These 4 Simple Tests To Find Out

Women's Health—May 8, 2017

Women's Health featured HSS sports performance specialist Pamela Geisel MS, CSCS and her insight on how to test a person's fitness levels.

For cardio, testing how efficiently the body uses oxgen is how to determine someone's level of aerobic fitness. "Also known as VO2 max, it's directly linked to superior heart health, exercise recovery, and overall fitness potential," said Geisel.

Read the full article at WomensHealthMag.com This article was also featured in the May 2017 print issue.

 

 

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