A History of Exercise Testing
When you do not have the energy you want, need or know you should have it can become frustrating. That feeling of, “I’m not my best self,” is debilitating and exhausting.
What you may not know is that your body responds differently to stress than any one else’s. Yes, there are “experts” on the television and in health magazines prescribing workout disciplines which may seem well and good, but those exact recommendations could very well be what’s holding you back from experiencing results. In a worst case scenario, those workout plans could be damaging your health and perpetuating the problem.
Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing, CPX for short, is a highly personalized workout test that gives you the information you need to understand how YOUR body responds uniquely to various levels of stress, or exercise. This test is not new but in years past having the ability to take a test at a primary care facility just couldn’t happen because of the space required to house the equipment.
At Warner Family Practice we have brought CPX to Chandler, Arizona and it’s available to you today. While the test may be prescribed for some in order to detect potential disease or illness, others (such as runners and competitive athletes) can benefit from CPX to gain the competitive advantage over their peers.
In this short clip, Dr. Merle Turner from Warner Family Practice in Chandler, Arizona explains the history of CPX in a very brief segmentation to help bring you up to speed on this technology. It is natural to have questions after watching this video so we’ve made the entire webinar replay available to you. Read more below.
You want more energy, you want to improve your health, you want your heart to be in better shape and bottom line, you want to feel better tomorrow than you did today. Learn about CPX and how it may be the solution you’ve wanted all along.
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