Metabolic Testing; Which is Best for YOU?

Metabolic Testing; Which is Best for YOU?

Our recent webinar about Metabolic Testing was co-hosted by Connie Sol, PhD, of the Science of Fitness.  Find out which test is best for you by watching this recorded webinar.  It has all the details you need to decide.

Our webinar was so well-received that I decided to share the information publicly.

Use this link to watch recording:

Click HERE to learn more and select your package.

Triathlon Package $499
Bike to Run MEP; Obtain MEP on bike, rest then obtain MEP in run to determine fueling efficiency and supplementation needs.

Blood Lactate Threshold $299
Determine lactate threshold to obtain maximal heart rate, lactate threshold, training zones.

Combo VO2/MEP $449
Both tests in one session.

Combo MEP & Blood Lactate $479
Both tests in one session.

Metabolic Efficiency (MEP) $399
Measures efficiency of energy burning; ratio of fat to carb as the intensity of exercise increases. Guidance provided on how to implement findings to your training.

VO2 Max $299
Measures maximal capacity to deliver blood to working muscles. Includes lactate threshold & training zones.

Also, listen in to this recording of an actual Metabolic Efficiency and Lactate Threshold Results and Review as well as details about how to use the test results and nutritional timing.

I invite you to schedule a call with me today or, text me at 786-586-6057 to request an appointment.

Erinne Guthrie is a USA Triathlon Level II Certified Coach since 1999 and Chief Motivating Officer at Full Circle Coaching, LLC since 2010. She has been training, racing and coaching triathletes since 1997.  She is also a CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 3, USMS Master’s Swim Coach, Motivational Speaker, Mom and much much more.

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