Care for the Temple: There is a saying of the ancient Romans - "mens sana in corpore sano," which is Latin for "in a sound body rests a sound mind." Our health and bodies need to be treated like temples and considered sacred if we hope to live life fully and completely. Regular exercise will not only improve our health, it will help us think more clearly, boost creativity and manage the relentless stress that seems to dominate our days. And research has proven that exercise will not only add life to our years, it could add years to our life - hence the age old saying "Health is the Greatest Wealth!"
MANTRA, the First Life Style Health Club of Kolkata, and the leading Health Club chain in North Kolkata, whose prime focus being on increasing this critical 'wealth', makes a resolution to spread "Health is the Greatest Wealth" awareness amongst the Mantra Members.
In view of this, for the first time Mantra introduces Health & Fitness Assessment Facilities for its esteem members. The very purpose of this programme is to help members assess the status of their health essentially via health and fitness assessment to derive and asses the Health Asset Value (HAV).
Through Six Exclusive Health and Fitness Assessment Programme, we will assess your health and fitness level and provide you with a monthly Health Asset Value (HAV) report... With the help of this report you can easily track down Your progress and can easily be alert if any significant changes is coming in to your body. This exclusive HAV report will encourage you
Through general medical assessment, conducted periodically, we would be storing with us some medical information of the members like blood pressure, pulse rate, oxygen saturation level, visual acuity etc. Such information will not only help you and your trainers to moderate your activity level but will also give fair idea about your general medical condition.
|Normal Visual Acuity||Further Evaluation Required|
|6/6 and 6/9||6/12, 6/18, 6/24, 6/36, 6/60 & <6/60|
Strength, Endurance and Feasibility are the three main pillars of our physical fitness. Through General Fitness Assessment we assess your Strength, Endurance and Flexibilities and rate your fitness level accordingly.
Anthropometric Measurements used for adults usually include, height, weight, waist to hip ratio and percentage of body fat and body girth measurement. These measurements are then compared with reference standard in order to assess weight status and evaluate the risk for various diseases.
MANTRA is always committed to quality. Since its inception. Proper and scientific guidance to all our members is our motto. For this purpose Mantra conducted a two year research with the help of DR. Prodip Chakraborty(Physiotherapist) and Mr. Subhabrata Bhattacahrjee. (Life style Motivator) .The outcome of this research is a unique orthopedic- physiotherapeutic screening report. Through OPS mobility and flexibility of the major joints are being assessed by physiotherapist. This screening would customize your training schedule. The workout chart which would be generated from this ORTHOPAEDIC-PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC SCREENING would be absolutely tailor-made for you.
Usually we do blood test for detecting some disease condition. But Mantra believe in prevention is better than cure. With that belief as a preventive measures, we suggest our members to adhere periodical blood test procedure according to doctor advice. Through our soft ware support we keep all blood test report in a systematic way, so that you can easily track down your medical history.
Medical report is a living document that tells the story of a patient and facilitates one has enjoyed with each encounter he or she had with respective health professional(s). With our software support we preserve all your medical record(s) systematically, so that whenever it is required, you can easily access it.
One study of 18,000 Harvard alumni found that every hour spent on exercise added three hours to the participant's lives. Few investments will yield a better return than time spent on physical fitness. Remember: "Those who don't make time for exercise must eventually make time for illness."