Performance Testing


Performance Testing

Performance testing is an important aspect of a performance-oriented training plan. We use advanced sports science technology to conduct a comprehensive performance profile measuring an athlete’s physical capacity across the areas of mobility, stability, strength, muscular endurance, power and agility.Performance testing uses reliable and quantifiable data to identify strengths and weaknesses, highlight asymmetries and potential injury risks, and determine the missing links in an athlete’s physical development and performance.

Our Athlete Performance Testing is open to athletes of all levels from all sports.

What is involved?
All athletes will receive a performance report detailing their results and identifying areas for improvement.

We use a range of simple tests from which we create an Athlete Performance Profile that identifies key performance metrics.



Mobility and Stability Screening
Muscular Endurance Testing
Isometric Strength Testing
Force Application Profiling
Detailed Performance Report

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Mobility and Stability Screening

This is an assessment of an athlete’s range of motion and also involves analysis of their mobility and stability throughout basic functional movements.

Muscular Endurance Tests

This tests an athlete’s physical ability to perform basic functional strength tests.

Maximal Strength Capacity

We conduct upper and lower body isometric strength tests to determine the maximum amount of force an athlete can produce relative to their body mass.

Dynamic Strength Index (DSI)

This is known as the strength:power ratio and refers to the ratio between an athlete’s maximal strength capacity and how much of that strength they are able to use to produce power during ballistic movements (force application).

Reactive Strength Index (RSI)

This analyses an athlete’s jump reactivity by measuring their ability to absorb, transfer and produce force. It targets an athlete’s stretch shortening cycle (quick reactivity).

Asymmetry Profile

Our battery of tests compares single limb and double limb abilities while also identifying any deficiencies or asymmetries of concern. This is particularly useful for identifying any increased injury risks.

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