Transcend Lifestyle Assessment


Transcend Lifestyle Assessment

We use a professional grade coaching tool (Firstbeat bodyguard 2 monitor) to produce a comprehensive Lifestyle Assessment report. The Lifestyle Assessment is a complete health and wellness report that links lifestyle, performance, resilience and wellbeing.
The unique heart rate variability data reveals information on how the body responds to and perceives daily stressors over a 24 hour period. The recommended duration for the Lifestyle Assessment is 3 days (to reflect both work and leisure). It also measures the body's ability to recover, quality of sleep and level of physical activity.
Based on the data we are then able to map out which areas of your life may require some adjustment and attention in order to reach optimal performance and wellbeing. Our innovative approach to achieving exceptional wellbeing combines objective information from the Lifestyle Assessment with mindfulness, emotional intelligence, performance and wellbeing coaching.

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A Personalized data driven approach to Performance, Health and Wellbeing

  • 3 day Lifestyle Assessment (72 hours)
  • The Bodyguard 2 monitor creates a physiological map of your life using HRV data
  • A detailed journal is kept alongside the lifestyle assessment to provide context and markers for the report and debrief
  • Manage stress, enhance recovery, exercise effectively
  • See the whole picture from a holistic perspective (work, leisure, sleep and movement)
  • Data that drives lifestyle and behavioural changes in a SMART* way
  • Moving you from 'feeling' to 'knowing'
  • Quantifying stress, recovery, exercise, sleep and resilience in powerfully visual way
  • Repeat testing available to see if your on the right track
(*SMART = Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timed)  

Who are Firstbeat? 

Firstbeat is one of the leading companies in the world for using physiology analytics to quantify stress, recovery and physical activity accurately, for individuals, corporations and professional sports teams across the world. It was founded in 2002 from the background of state-of-the-art research in physiology, mathematical modelling and behavioural research originated from a researcher called Professor Rusko.  Physiology research was conducted on the autonomic nervous system and athlete overtraining at the Finnish Research Institute for Olympic Sport in 1990.
Since then the research has evolved into methods for quantifying athletic performance and recovery using heart rate variability (HRV). The research has now extended into assessments for non-athletic people who can benefit from understanding more about their wellbeing and health factors through HRV.

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