The Steady State concept

The basic prerequisite for achieving your ideal level of health and therefore life satisfaction is a condition known as the “steady state”, where your physiological parameters are in balance. A combination of regular exercise, a proper diet and your personal stress management will get you there.

Analysis of status quo

The first step involves comprehensive, basic medical diagnostics:

  • Patient medical history
  • Blood status and urine analysis
  • Body fat measurement
  • Measurement of physical capacity –strength, endurance,
    mobility and body stabilisation
  • Patient dietary history

Definition of target/time horizon

What do you want to achieve or change? How much time will you spend on that goal? Possible health goals:

  • Strengthening the immune system
  • Muscle build-up to improve overall metabolism
  • Boosting mental performance
  • Optimising interaction of foods, nutrients
  • or medicines
  • Improving digestion

After your stay

Upon leaving, you will receive a health file with your medical test results, personal  diet plan and individual trainings, as well as an app for your personal training programme and exercises at home, which also allows trainers to monitor progress and provide feedback (with video instructions).

Retest/adjustment

What does the programme do? What are your initial results? Is any adjustment necessary? The process involves an interaction of targeted  interventions and monitoring measures until you have attained your personal goal.  

Steady State

This balance of your physiological  parameters, such as blood lactate levels, oxygen intake or hart rate, will allow you to perceive your health as your individual wellbeing, and enable you to adjust to  internal and external changes at all times  in the future.