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Fitness Tests

We offer a variety of health and fitness tests, available to anyone. University employees and members of the U Alumni Association qualify for "University" prices. Click on our offerings below to learn more.

Individual Tests Community Price U Employee Price U Student Price
Aerobic Fitness - submaximal $70 $60 $30
Aerobic Fitness - maximal (VO2max) $105 $90 $50
Lactate Threshold $105 $90 $50
Body Composition Analysis (Bod Pod) $35 $30 $15
Body Composition Analysis (skinfold caliper) $35 $30 $15
Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) $40 $35 $20
A1c Only $35 $30 $20
Testing Packages Community Price U Employee Price U Student Price
Total Lipid Profile (cholesterol) & Glucose Screening $35 $30 $25
Total Lipid (cholesterol) & A1C Screening $45 $40 $30
General Fitness Testing Package $90 $80 $40
Biometrics Testing Package (glucose) $40 $35 $25
Biometrics Testing Package (A1c) $50 $45 $35
Performance Testing Package $130 $100 $60
Total Health/Fitness Package $105 $90 $60
Sports Performance Package $180 $150 $80
Total Health, Fitness & Nutrition Package $170 $140 $75
Wellness Coaching Package $240 $200 $120
Weight Management Package $155 $140 $90


What If I Need to Cancel My Appointment?

Please call us to let us know at least 24-hours in advance and we can reschedule your appointment.

What Kind of Testing Is Best For Me?

Every individual has different needs, goals, etc. Please feel free to call PEAK at 801-585-7325 to ask about the types of testing that best fit your personal needs.


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