The described effects will be coupled with in vivo detectable biomarkers and exercise simulation will be performed

Resting tests, meal effect analysis, determination of performance staircases, resting cycle measurements are performed.

Test time 180 min

Medical and specialist examination

Blood sampling, ECG, ECG HRV and blood gas analysis

MOXY – muscle oxygen saturation measurement

Polar H10 heart rate monitoring and power step by step HRV

Ergospirometry: per breath metabolic function parameters, VO2max. measurement, aerobic threshold measurement.

Analysis covers:


Unlike routine staged performance diagnostic tests, the screening also examines the underlying hormonal changes and the circulatory and respiratory compensation they induce, and assesses the aerobic or anaerobic characteristics of the metabolism.

Performance is measured individually on a treadmill, including analysis of the effects of food, by determining heart rate zones, monitoring respiration and circulation, blood gas analysis, muscle oxygen saturation measurement and ergospirometry.

Why so many extra tests? Without respiration and circulation, fat breakdown cannot be efficient. Our studies have shown that aerobic metabolism helps to efficiently break down fat, but as our lifestyle and eating habits change, the role of aerobic metabolism is pushed to the background and the energy building provided by anaerobic fat breakdown starts to work in our daily metabolism.

Since the anaerobic metabolic pathway corresponds to an emergency response left over from the evolution of the body, its frequent operation triggers a storage process in the body. A sign of this is the appearance of stubborn abdominal obesity or seemingly unreasonable fluctuations in performance.

Therefore, it is not enough just to diet more strictly, just to exercise more.

To improve performance, a well-planned and proportioned diet, adequate exercise volume and lifestyle reform are necessary.

It is legitimate to ask how this can be sustained in our current living conditions if the previous ones were also burdensome and mostly ineffective?

Performance diagnostics will show us the effective amount of exercise and the heart rate and intensity at which it needs to be performed to make our athletes more effective.

The key is that the body is designed to run an aerobic metabolism and the fluctuations caused by improper lifestyle, excessive dieting, training or self-imposed restrictions lead to a permanent regulatory disorder like a squirrel wheel.

Part of the programme is to identify these faults, such as a bad start to the day, a lack of breakfast, its inadequate composition and a lack of exercise in the morning as opposed to long workouts in the afternoon or evening. Our personalised results will also highlight these and take into account individual aptitudes, needs, co-morbidities – e.g. respiratory problems, dietary requirements – in addition to laboratory variations.

Our coaches can help you prepare and can also monitor objective results of a recommendation based on results, e.g. performance improvement, HRV improvement, through guided exercise planning and home “remote monitoring”.


Validated and since tested at the University of Physical Education, this proprietary analysis method with an internal medicine approach highlights endurance development and muscle adaptive zone performance limits, provides this in tempo, duration and heart rate zone, and in professional cases, is suitable for daily ECG HRV with exercise performance monitoring.

The system is based on achieving the most optimal state of respiration and circulatory fat breakdown, which is influenced by nutrition, respiration, muscle oxygenation and a number of hormonal factors. Our studies have shown that aerobic metabolism contributes to efficient fat breakdown, but that the rate of this can be significantly reduced in parallel with sub-optimal choice of diet and exercise.

The aerobic lifestyle, which has been pushed to the background by changes in lifestyle and dietary habits, is replaced by energy training provided by anaerobic fat breakdown, which is not an efficient form of energy production in the development of either elite or amateur athletes. This is the basis for the prolonged recovery after certain training sessions or competitions, which can be monitored non-invasively and objectively after a systematic assessment.

The recommendations based on this innovative method are not intended to fundamentally upset the athlete’s lifestyle, but the necessary changes will lead to a return to long-term performance.

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