Individualized & Data-Driven Programs.
Objective & Quantifiable Outcomes.

NeuroForce 1 utilizes medical-grade diagnostic testing to provide an objective & data-driven approach to optimizing human wellness & performance. Baseline collection of applicable health and performance biomarkers allows for the development of completely individualized programs and objective improvement monitoring.

Baseline Testing

All diagnostic tests are medical grade and noninvasive (do not require blood or physical manipulation). Diagnostics will be utilized to establish reference data, and then repeated intermittently to objectively quantify improvements (compare before & after data).


Body Composition

Objective measurement of body fat, muscle and water to avoid crude estimations and equations such as scale weight or BMI and provide objective progress tracking.

Muscular Symmetry

Evaluate symmetry for deficiency assessment/targeted therapy. Muscular symmetry is extremely important for nearly every aspect of life ranging from pain to optimizing athletic performance, but is typically overlooked due to lack of expertise and/or assessment availability.


Objective measurement and on-going tracking of current and chronic hydration habits.

Fluid Distribution

Noninvasive assessment of cellular fluid and overall electrolyte balance.

Inflammation/Lymphatic Health

Noninvasive assessment of systemic edema, inflammation and overall lymphatic health, which is correlated with performance, risk of chronic health conditions & risk of injury.

Phase Angle

Objective measurement of how healthy an individual is where it really matters, on the inside of the body. Phase angle is considered to be the best noninvasive marker of cellular nutrition status and risk of various health conditions.



Objective analysis of biomechanical and movement related deficiencies that will lead to atypical neural priming, cause pain and ultimately lead to deficiencies.



Objective assessment of reaction speed & cognitive decision making. Determine deficiencies in cognitive function, vision or hearing that may be limiting overall quality of life or athletic performance.


Arterial Elasticity/Health

Quantitative measurement of the flexibility/suppleness of the arteries (which carry blood away from the heart) to assess for cardiovascular/circulatory health.

Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

Quantitative assessment of autonomic nervous system balance (sympathetic versus parasympathetic balance) which indicates the body’s ability to respond to stress, as well as recover from previous stressors (mental and physical).

Stress Resistance

Quantitative assessment of the body’s ability to deal with/recover from physical (health condition, rigorous exercise, injury/surgery) or mental stress.



Heart rate, blood pressure & pulse ox (SpO2) at rest, progression, max exercise & recovery. These vitals are typically only performed at rest in the medical field, missing important health/performance concerns such as exercise-induced issues.

Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

Quantitative assessment of an individual’s metabolism for individualized & data-driven nutrition. Determine the exact number of calories and macronutrient breakdown an individual should consume to reach their goals (avoid generic 2000 kcal diets).

Pre/Post Pulmonary Function

Slow vital capacity (SVC), Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) and Maximum Voluntary Ventilation (MVV) to assess for obstructive, restrictive and neuromuscular pulmonary abnormalities that may be limiting performance, causing symptoms or limiting quality of life.

Exercise Capacity (AT/VO2max)

Objective assessment of functional capacity (anaerobic threshold & VO2 max) which is defined as the ability to perform everyday tasks without limitation. AT & VO2 max are also considered to be among the best predictors of athletic ability and risk of cardiovascular disease.

Individualized Programs

All program recommendations are based on physiological data including any deficiencies measured during the baseline assessment that may be limiting performance.

  • Data-Driven Body Composition Management
  • Precision Macronutrient Breakdown
  • Food Lists & Recipes
  • Optimal HR Training Zones
  • Exercise Recommendations to Target Deficiencies
  • Frequency, Duration & Intensity
  • Recovery
  • Injury¬†Prevention
  • Injury¬†Recovery

Objective Outcomes

Intermittent re-testing of health & performance biomarkers allows for objective & quantifiable improvement monitoring. Data collection also allows for adaptive adjustments to treatment and training recommendations to avoid plateaus associated with static training programs.