BODY COMP AND BMI ASSESSMENT
Learn your body composition (ratio of body fat to muscle) and and BMI (Body Mass Index) by having these tests performed by a certified fitness specialist. You may schedule an appointment by contacting either branch.
Our Fitness Evaluation includes blood pressure and heart rate readings, height and weight, Body Mass Index, body composition, cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and a detailed computer printout of results. This vital information is for everyone of all stages of fitness and all different ages from 12 to 90.
Personalized one-on-one nutrition counseling with our dietitians on staff. Whether you are trying to lose weight or enhance your athletic performance, we can help you reach your goals. In a 1-hour session, you will receive in-depth nutrient analysis of your current diet, structured meal plan based on your nutritional needs and detailed evidence-based nutrition instruction. Have your favorite recipe analyzed for healthy improvements. Call 715-841-1830 for more information.
DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM
Based on effective efforts researched by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program will help you learn about and adopt the healthy eating and physical activity habits that have been proven to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. View DPP program brochure here!
We offer 16 core sessions with subsequent monthly support delivered over a 12 month period, in a small group setting. Participants will learn strategies for eating healthier foods, increasing physical activity and making other changes that will improve overall health and well-being.
Contact Becky Zelent at 715-841-1822 for more information.
Contact the Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance (DPCA) to check whether program is a covered benefit in your plan 1-800-237-4942
***Participants should either show prediabetes diagnosis from physician or have fasting blood/glucose level between 100-125 mg/dL or 2-hour plasma glucose between 140-199 mg/dL.