Physiological Testing

Body Fat Analysis, E3 Endurance

Body Fat Analysis


E3 Endurance utilizes a state ofthe art Tanita scale to determine Weight and Body Fat Percentage. This scale will also register segmental data of what percentage of body fat is stored where on your body. The scale supplies 19 separate values and also keeps track of your weight loss progress.



E3 Endurance uses KORR metabolic cartResting Metabolic Rate


E3 Endurance uses the KORR metabolic cart to accurately determine one's Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR). Your body consumes a fixed amount of oxygen per calorie burned. Based on your oxygen consumption, the machine then figures the exact amount of calories you are burning.



E3 Endurance, VO2 Max TestingVO2 Max Test


V02 Max is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption as measured during incremental exercise. Maximal oxygen consumption reflects the aerobic physical fitness of the individual, and is important determinant of their endurance capacity. V02 results will supply individuals with various thresholds, training zones, calories burned at specific heart rates and substrate utilization at specific heart rates.



Functional Threshold Power TestingFunctional Threshold Power (FTP) Testing


Functional threshold power, or FTP, is the maximum power you can maintain through an hour’s effort without fatiguing. Your FTP provides a solid basis for any power meter-based training program, because your level of effort when exercising at a given intensity depends upon your power output relative to your power at FTP. When your power output exceeds your FTP, you’ll fatigue quickly. When your power output is just below FTP, you’ll be able to maintain it much longer. At E3, we perform FTP Tests in our Compu Trainer multi rider studio. Once we determine athletes’ FTP, we can best set up their power training zones for those utilizing a power meter in their training or for purposes of training specifically during our Power Based training classes at E3.

Body Fat (BF) Analysis
RMR + BF + Fueling Plan
V02 Max (Cycle, Run or Row)
Function Threshold Power (FTP)