“A method to assess your fitness level and define your workout programme.”
SPORTMED was created in 1986 by the Austrian doctor Klaus Bliemegger to facilitate the supervision of persons who wanted to enjoy sport activities, make a diagnosis and advise them on their workouts.
This method can be used to measure a person’s performance and medical condition and thus raise awareness about his or her health and create an appropriate programme.
OBJECTIVE: Define a personal workout programme in line with your capacity to make an effort which varies depending on the chosen activity. A heartbeat analysis is one of the indicators used to measure your stamina.
|BEING ACTIVE RHYMES WITH HEALTH|
|The World Health Organisation (WHO) has developed a programmed aimed at improving human health through daily physical exercise: “Active living for all.” It helps improve the quality of life of individuals, prevent non-transmissible diseases and reduce the risk of excess weight and thus increase life expectancy. This approach promotes individual or collective exercise for recreation or competition.|
- Observe the heart rate curve
- Analyse the heartbeat
- Define the effort/load ratio
- Define the point of abandonment.
“Improve your quality of life and your health on a daily basis.”
|ENCOURAGE CARDIOVASCULAR EXERCISES|
|Regular physical exercise reduces the strain on your heart and cardiovascular risks. It enhances your physical capacity, muscle strength, flexibility and motor coordination. Moderate cardiovascular exercise provides a better quality of life and well-being. It will reduce the risk of premature death, diabetes, high blood pressure, intestinal cancer, depression and anxiety.|
Coaching TO MEASURE
It helps determine the load capacity threshold (resistance to stress) and makes it possible to compare between persons. The fitness level is always related to age and gender. The long-term objective would be to reach level 5 for every person who wants to maintain an optimal level and limit cardiovascular risks.
In this method, a unit of movement is expressed in points and corresponds to a quantity of kCal to be burnt during the physical activity.
Every sportsman follows a programme with a number of SPORTMED points to be reached. The individual programme for cardiovascular training takes 10 weeks, sticking to the intensity, duration and frequency set, two to three times per week. The points are earned by performing activities of predetermined intensity. The intensity of the training varies according to the defined objectives, either weight loss or improved stamina.
CHECK-UP in 12 WEEKS
|Preliminary interview + tests||€79||€63|
|Check-up in 12 weeks||€63||€51|
|Body composition test||€15||€12|
|CARDIO WATCH HeartRateCoach||€159|
These rates, inclusive of VAT, valid as of 1 January 2016, cancel and replace previous rates.
Management reserves the right to change the rates, programme and services without notice. Non-contractual photographs.
|For information and reservation, inquire with a coach or the Fitness Reception|
(+352) 23 666-666 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In collaboration with MONDORF Domaine Thermal, CMCM is launching the Mondorf Plus programme, a prevention-based health programme in line with our 2017 priorities set at the the Journée de la CMCM (11/2016).
Mondorf Plus is a custom 12-week programme that focuses on getting back in shape. With more than 20 activities to choose from, participants will receive personal coaching (Sportmed) as well as several professional assessments over the course of 12 weeks.